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test of debconf po files and some questions...



Hello Joey, hello i18n

I make the first files from the ddtp db. 

Please look at http://ddtp.debian.org/debconf/maintainer and you will
see a list of all package maintainers with debconf templates. On the
pages you will find a list of debconf po file links. 

The first file
http://ddtp.debian.org/debconf/maintainer/93sam@debian.org.html as
example:
!+ * nas/templates-de.po   0/2/2 9/9 translated
!nas/templates-ja.po       0/0/2 0/9 translated
!nas/templates-pt_BR.po    0/0/2 0/9 translated
!nas/templates-pt_PT.po    0/0/2 0/9 translated
!nas/templates-fr.po       0/0/2 0/9 translated
!...

the '+' means: there are some new translation from the DDTP
the '*' means: all debconf descriptions are translated

the first number block means: 
 - number of translations in the last sid package
 - number of translations from the DDTP
 - number of debconf descriptions from the last sid package

the last number block means:
 - translated po texts
 - total number of po texts


The file http://ddtp.debian.org/debconf/maintainer/ALL_finished.txt is a
list of all maintainers with new and full translated debconf templates.
http://ddtp.debian.org/debconf/maintainer/ALL_unfinished.txt include all
maintainers with new debconf templates translations. 

Are this list ok (understandable)?


Please can someone test some po files? Maybe someone can write a guide,
how a package maintainer can use this po files and how he can move from
the old debconf templates to the po files. Maybe someone have some
links?!

Joey: If you remove the '.po' from the links, you will get the old
  debconf templates files. Now I don't add the encoding to this files.
  Make debconf-mergetemplate problems if I add the encoding in this old
  files? (like Description-de.ISO-8859-1: xxx)

If someone have questions, comments, please mail. Thanks for your help.

Gruss
Grisu
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