Re: Important (again): some D-I translation work seem somewhat doubtful
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Frans Pop wrote:
> On Tuesday 26 September 2006 10:33, Clytie Siddall wrote:
>> Could we check placeholders (like the msgfmt variable check) on
>> commit, and reject files until they're fixed? (GNOME runs msgfmt on
>> commit, for example.) Committers who aren't the original translator
>> would send the file, with error message(s), back to the translator.
> The checks are rather too complex to do on commit, however, the checks
> _are_ done daily and the results published on , so it is pretty easy
> for translators to check for errors in variables and a few other types of
> errors e.g. the day after they commit a translation update.
Maybe a system like websec could be implemented for these checks, so
translators receive notifications when such \/\/\/ error appear?
> Columns: "Suspect variables" and "Specific checks"
"Imagination is more important than knowledge" A.Einstein
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