Quoting Samuel Thibault (email@example.com): > > Sad news is that while splitting off keyboard-configuration from > console-setup, all the debconf templates translations got dropped. > > Good news is that we still have the old version in svn. Attached is a > patch which I believe will restore it properly without any work from > l10n teams: it was passed through l10n-sync. Below is the diffstat. The > removed lines are some backups what gettext kept in some of the files. > > Is it OK to apply? As written earlier, I'd rather have these changes kept out of packages/po currently and updates handled separately in console-setup/debian/po. I can do it the following way: 1) comment console-setup in packages/po/packages_list That will temporarily drop the package from the l10n-sync operations 2) apply your patch in a local copy of packages/po without committing this back to SVN 3) make the change in console-setup/debian/po/POTFILES.in (adding the needed line) 4) run debconf-updatepo for c-s 5) merge PO files from my local copy in 3) to console-setup/debian/po/*po 6) send a special call for translation updates in console-setup Then, after the release of RC1, merge the content of c-s/debian/po/*po back to packages/po and re-activate c-s in packages/po/packages_list That will make my life considerably easier for tracking languages missing completion for anything else than c-s.
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