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Bug#218570: marked as done (autopartkit: Debconf templates polishing)



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Subject: autopartkit: Debconf templates polishing
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Package: autopartkit
Severity: normal
Tags: patch d-i

(d-l10n-english folks, there's some work for you below..:-)....autopartkit
is a debian-installer module

Explanations follow:

-_Description: Select the device to partition (the install device)
- Choose the disk which has the free space required (column Free) to install
- Debian GNU/Linux. If there's not enough free space, space can be
- liberated by resizing the FAT partitions (column FreeFat indicates how much
- space will be freed by resizing the existing fat partitions).
+_Description: Device to partition:
+ Please choose the disk which has the free space required (column
+ Free) to install Debian GNU/Linux. If there's not enough free space,
+ space can be liberated by resizing the FAT partitions (column FreeFat
+ indicates how much space will be freed by resizing the existing fat
+ partitions).

Short desc--> follow my own "Debconf templates Style Guide" document...

Long desc : my English skills are too low, but I have the feeling this is
not perfect English....May someone have a look at this?

 Template: autopartkit/confirm
 Type: boolean
 Default: false
-_Description: Are you sure you want to automatically partition the disk ?
+_Description: Really use the automatic partitioning tool?

More compact question for helping translators..:-)

  This will destroy the partition table on all disks in the machine.
  REPEAT: THIS WILL WIPE CLEAN ALL HARD DISKS IN THE MACHINE!
  If you have important data that are not backed up, you may want to
  
Does it wipe out ALL hard disks or only one?  
  
 Template: autopartkit/error
-Type: note
-_Description: An error occured during the previous operation.
+Type: error
+_Description: An error occured during the previous operation

Error template, so "error" type.

Short desc is a title, so no ending dot.

 Template: autopartkit/refuse
 Type: note
-_Description: The partitioner will not work.
- This version of the autopartitioner is not elaborate enough to handle the
- partitioning of the selected disk. It will partition only an empty disk or
+_Description: Automatic partitioning impossible
+ This version of the autopartitioner cannot handle the
+ partitioning of the selected disk. It may partition only an empty disk or

The "will not work" sounds a bit "spoken" language to me.

I also suggest to remove the "not elaborated enough"....just give facts-->we
cannot handle too complicated partition schemes.

  If you want to continue the installation process, switch to the second
  console (ALT+F2), partition the disk as you like using parted and the
- other tools available, and then mount all your partitions in /target.
+ other available tools, and then mount all your partitions in /target.
  /target is the root directory of your new system, so your root partition
  will be mounted on /target and your /usr partition must be mounted on

Looks better to me.

 Template: autopartkit/notenoughspace
-Type: note
-_Description: The disk doesn't have enough space.
+Type: error
+_Description: Not enough space on disk

Error template.

Short desc-->title


  The autopartitioner makes some assumptions about partition sizes, and
- because of that it requires at least 3Gb of free space. It appears that
- you don't have that much space.
+ because of that it requires at least 3Gb of free space. The free space
+ on this disk appears to be below this limit.

Is this better English? I guess so...but I may be wrong..:-)

- If you really want to install, you'll have to make some free space
- available, or you may relaunch this program and select another disk with
+ If you really want to install, you'll have to free some space.
+ You may alos launch this program again and select another disk with
  more free space.

Ditto.


 Template: autopartkit/success
 Type: note
-_Description: The partitioning has been successfully completed.
+_Description: Successful partitioning

Short desc==title

 Template: autopartkit/partition_table
 Type: text
 Default: /etc/autopartkit/default.table
-_Description: File containing the requested partition table
+_Description: File containing the requested partition table:

This is a prompt, so use a colon.

 Template: debian-installer/autopartkit/title
 Type: text
 #  Item in the main menu to select this package
-_Description: Automatically partition hard drives (unsafe)
+_Description: Automatically partition hard drives
 
Well, when the user chooses this option in main-menu, (s)he then gets a
warning. So, imho, the "unsafe" mention is a bit useless. Moreover, this
adds some pressure to translators for fitting their translations in the 58
characters limit main-menu has for choices.

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--- templates.ori	2003-11-01 09:26:23.000000000 +0100
+++ templates	2003-11-01 09:54:21.000000000 +0100
@@ -1,11 +1,12 @@
 Template: autopartkit/choose_device
 Type: select
 Choices: ${CHOICES}
-_Description: Select the device to partition (the install device)
- Choose the disk which has the free space required (column Free) to install
- Debian GNU/Linux. If there's not enough free space, space can be
- liberated by resizing the FAT partitions (column FreeFat indicates how much
- space will be freed by resizing the existing fat partitions).
+_Description: Device to partition:
+ Please choose the disk which has the free space required (column
+ Free) to install Debian GNU/Linux. If there's not enough free space,
+ space can be liberated by resizing the FAT partitions (column FreeFat
+ indicates how much space will be freed by resizing the existing fat
+ partitions).
  .
   Device   Model               Size   Free   FreeFat NbPart
  .
@@ -14,7 +15,7 @@
 Template: autopartkit/confirm
 Type: boolean
 Default: false
-_Description: Are you sure you want to automatically partition the disk ?
+_Description: Really use the automatic partitioning tool?
  This will destroy the partition table on all disks in the machine.
  REPEAT: THIS WILL WIPE CLEAN ALL HARD DISKS IN THE MACHINE!
  If you have important data that are not backed up, you may want to
@@ -22,23 +23,23 @@
  restart the installation later.
 
 Template: autopartkit/error
-Type: note
-_Description: An error occured during the previous operation.
+Type: error
+_Description: An error occured during the previous operation
  You may be able to continue. Here is some more information :
  .
  ${error}
 
 Template: autopartkit/refuse
 Type: note
-_Description: The partitioner will not work.
- This version of the autopartitioner is not elaborate enough to handle the
- partitioning of the selected disk. It will partition only an empty disk or
+_Description: Automatic partitioning impossible
+ This version of the autopartitioner cannot handle the
+ partitioning of the selected disk. It may partition only an empty disk or
  a disk with no more than 2 FAT partitions (and no extended partitions or
  other non-FAT partitions).
  .
  If you want to continue the installation process, switch to the second
  console (ALT+F2), partition the disk as you like using parted and the
- other tools available, and then mount all your partitions in /target.
+ other available tools, and then mount all your partitions in /target.
  /target is the root directory of your new system, so your root partition
  will be mounted on /target and your /usr partition must be mounted on
  /target/usr.
@@ -47,14 +48,14 @@
  disk.
 
 Template: autopartkit/notenoughspace
-Type: note
-_Description: The disk doesn't have enough space.
+Type: error
+_Description: Not enough space on disk
  The autopartitioner makes some assumptions about partition sizes, and
- because of that it requires at least 3Gb of free space. It appears that
- you don't have that much space.
+ because of that it requires at least 3Gb of free space. The free space
+ on this disk appears to be below this limit.
  .
- If you really want to install, you'll have to make some free space
- available, or you may relaunch this program and select another disk with
+ If you really want to install, you'll have to free some space.
+ You may alos launch this program again and select another disk with
  more free space.
 
 Template: autopartkit/debug
@@ -66,21 +67,21 @@
 
 Template: autopartkit/success
 Type: note
-_Description: The partitioning has been successfully completed.
+_Description: Successful partitioning
  The required partitions have been created and mounted on /target. You can
  now continue the installation process.
 
 Template: autopartkit/partition_table
 Type: text
 Default: /etc/autopartkit/default.table
-_Description: File containing the requested partition table
+_Description: File containing the requested partition table:
  The automatic partitioning will be created using the partitions and
  sizes specified in this file.
 
 Template: debian-installer/autopartkit/title
 Type: text
 #  Item in the main menu to select this package
-_Description: Automatically partition hard drives (unsafe)
+_Description: Automatically partition hard drives
 
 Template: autopartkit/createfs-progress
 Type: text

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Subject: Bug#218570: fixed in autopartkit 0.65
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Source: autopartkit
Source-Version: 0.65

We believe that the bug you reported is fixed in the latest version of
autopartkit, which is due to be installed in the Debian FTP archive:

autopartkit_0.65.dsc
  to pool/main/a/autopartkit/autopartkit_0.65.dsc
autopartkit_0.65.tar.gz
  to pool/main/a/autopartkit/autopartkit_0.65.tar.gz
autopartkit_0.65_i386.udeb
  to pool/main/a/autopartkit/autopartkit_0.65_i386.udeb



A summary of the changes between this version and the previous one is
attached.

Thank you for reporting the bug, which will now be closed.  If you
have further comments please address them to 218570@bugs.debian.org,
and the maintainer will reopen the bug report if appropriate.

Debian distribution maintenance software
pp.
Petter Reinholdtsen <pere@debian.org> (supplier of updated autopartkit package)

(This message was generated automatically at their request; if you
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Format: 1.7
Date: Sat,  8 Nov 2003 11:40:12 +0100
Source: autopartkit
Binary: autopartkit
Architecture: source i386
Version: 0.65
Distribution: unstable
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Debian Install System Team <debian-boot@lists.debian.org>
Changed-By: Petter Reinholdtsen <pere@debian.org>
Description: 
 autopartkit - Automatically Partition Hard Drives (unsafe) (udeb)
Closes: 212919 218570 218599
Changes: 
 autopartkit (0.65) unstable; urgency=low
 .
   * Make it possible to run the postinst script standalone.
   * Stop providing created-fstab, and comment out the code to generate
     /target/etc/fstab. (Closes: #212919)
   * Improve debconf templates.  Patch from Christian Perrier.
     (Closes: #218570)
   * Improve progress bar template text. (Closes: #218599)
Files: 
 968e6c909083b26e263eafe7a4d46d9a 686 debian-installer standard autopartkit_0.65.dsc
 572e8deb3f4a3acac24602eaa411b123 151291 debian-installer standard autopartkit_0.65.tar.gz
 80d2d9215d480226d08bfbe04f6b8bb1 17662 debian-installer standard autopartkit_0.65_i386.udeb

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