Re: can the ddtss verify if really there are changes on a revision?
On 8/22/06, Fernando Cerezal <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Hi, im using the ddtss with spanish team. Twice i have done initial
revisions that had no changes with previous version. May be this happens
if somebody press the wrong button?
If somebody press "accept with changes" but he/she doesnt do changes.
Can the ddtss do a diff to verify that there are changes?
How it is now, if the description has reviews, they are lost if somebody
press the wrong button.
Basically, no diff is taken from between when there is no translation
and the first translation. I thought showing diffs from a field full
of <trans> to actual text looked a bit silly.
If you press "accept with changes" but don't actually change anything
it preserves the old diff. So no, the diff doesn't get lost just
because someone pressed the wrong button.
So what you're seeing is probably just the very first translation of a text.
Hope this helps,
Martijn van Oosterhout <email@example.com> http://svana.org/kleptog/