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Re: D-I L1 up to date yet?

Thankyou for your reply, Eugeniy :)

On 21/08/2005, at 9:32 PM, Eugeniy Meshcheryakov wrote:

If I just want to check out the vi.po file (my disk is a bit full
with translation projects, so I'm trying only to checkout the files I
need, the translation file and changelog where needed (not for D-I
L1), what command should I use, Eugeniy?

It seems that you cannot do this with svn. You can update only needed
files ('svn up vi.po' in directory with .po-files), but you need to
checkout entire directory first. (You can remove all unneeded files
after checkout, but svn will store copy for you ;))

Thankyou, that explains a couple of things that had puzzled me. I'll do exactly that.

It looks like the file listed in http may be more current than the
SVN/CVS, which is also the case at Gnome. Perhaps those status-page
files are already msgmerged...?

It may be true for some packages, but I have never seen this for d-i

It is odd. I'm also puzzled by the fact that the creation date of the PO file doesn't change when the original strings are changed: this is usually a good indicator of a file needing update. I've asked about this in another thread.

Я благодарю

Wrong language :-P

Sorry, I'm from the generation that automatically associates Kyiv with Russia (very tactless and insensitive of me: I apologize humbly : ( ). I need to update my geography: Kyiv is the capital of a culturally rich and distinct country with a proud history: the Ukraine. ;)

Вибаче, я не розмовляю українською мовою.

(I'm sorry, I don't speak Ukrainian.)

Я благодарю

Wrong language :-P


(Thankyou ;) )

I'm out of practice: the thing I keep forgetting is to use Shift-7 for the full stop. :D I also have trouble getting used to the printed characters: I taught myself the Cyrillic alphabet many years ago, but in script (handwriting), and I think the Cyrillic manual script is beautiful. Can you get fonts which try to show that?

(Not exactly on-topic, but we learn so much from each other here. We're very lucky to have such opportunities. :) )

from Clytie (vi-VN, Vietnamese free-software translation team / nhóm Việt hóa phần mềm tự do)

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