Quoting Justin B Rye (email@example.com): > Christian Perrier wrote: > > Justin, could you have a look at it? > > Sure. After reworking the templates from your suggestion, here's the file I come up with. Pierre, translations are coming in already because the call for updates was sent. As we're re-changing the templates file, we'll need another call for translation updates. So, in short, don't commit anything right now. I will anyway come up with a full patch at the end of the final translation update round.
# These templates have been reviewed by the debian-l10n-english # team # # If modifications/additions/rewording are needed, please ask # firstname.lastname@example.org for advice. # # Even minor modifications require translation updates and such # changes should be coordinated with translators and reviewers. Template: apt-listchanges/frontend Type: select __Choices: pager, browser, xterm-pager, xterm-browser, gtk, text, mail, none Default: pager _Description: Method to be used to display changes: Package changes may be displayed by apt-listchanges in various ways. . pager : display changes one page at a time; browser : display HTML-formatted changes using a web browser; xterm-pager : like pager, but in an xterm in the background; xterm-browser: like browser, but in an xterm in the background; gtk : display changes in a GTK window; text : print changes to the terminal (without pausing); mail : only send changes via e-mail; none : do not run automatically from APT. . This setting can be overridden at execution time. By default, all the options except for 'none' will also send copies by mail. Template: apt-listchanges/email-address Type: string Default: root _Description: E-mail address(es) which will receive changes: Optionally, apt-listchanges can e-mail a copy of displayed changes to a specified address. . Multiple addresses may be specified, delimited by commas. Leaving this field empty disables mail notifications. Template: apt-listchanges/confirm Type: boolean Default: false _Description: Prompt for confirmation after displaying changes? After displaying the list of changes, apt-listchanges can pause with a confirmation prompt. This is useful when running from APT, as it offers an opportunity to abort the upgrade if a change is unwelcome. . This can be overridden at execution time, and has no effect if the configured frontend option is 'mail' or 'none'. Template: apt-listchanges/save-seen Type: boolean Default: true _Description: Should apt-listchanges skip changes that have already been seen? A record of already displayed changes can be kept in order to avoid displaying them again. This is useful, for example, when retrying an upgrade. Template: apt-listchanges/which Type: select __Choices: news, changelogs, both Default: news _Description: Changes displayed with APT: Please choose which type of changes should be displayed with APT. . news : important news items only; changelogs: detailed changelogs only; both : news and changelogs.
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