Re: grisu and DDTS
On Fri, 5 Oct 2001, Michael Bramer wrote:
> you must only use a translated Packages file and you can use the
> translated descriptions.
> maybe you add one of this lines in your apt source lists:
> deb http://gluck.debian.org/~grisu/ddtp/aptable de/woody main
> deb http://gluck.debian.org/~grisu/ddtp/aptable de/sid main
> deb http://gluck.debian.org/~grisu/ddtp/aptable woody main
dpkg and apt will only show one description of a package. Not everyone on a
machine reads the same language.
It's nice that you are doing the storing of these translations, but if the
admin of a system limits the descriptions that dpkg has stored, I would be
none too happy with the admin.
> not anything. But this mails is about your package. It is a
> improvement. If you can't use it now, this is your problem. Like
> other wishlist bugs...
"If I can't use it now, it is my problem." How can I use it? You are saying
I have a choice in whether I use a translated description. However, there is
no choice, as dpkg and apt do not support it.