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Re: Bug#432288: aptitude: german man page is outdated and thus fuzzy - shouldn't get installed

Quoting Gerfried Fuchs (rhonda@debian.at):
> Package: aptitude
> Version:
> Severity: normal
>         Hi!
>  The German translation of the manpage is outdated.  With po files the
> handling of outdated data is simple:  It gets marked fuzzy and not
> installed into the mo files, thus people get the English originial in
> that cases.
>  The same should happen with manual pages, too.  Outdated manual pages
> aren't that immensly helpful, and I hope the translators get notified
> about the updates.  Especially since aptitude now spits out something
> about safe-upgrade but that isn't covered at all in the German language
> manual page.  This is very confusing to the end users.
>  Thanks in advance for either gettting the manual page updated or
> removing it to not even more confuse the users.

Actually, it's just a matter of switching to PO for the german
documentation of aptitude..:-)

This has already been done for Japanese and French so, if someone
volunteers for reviewing/updating a huge 1400-strings PO file, that
could be done..:-)

Hint: our po4a-wizard, Nicolas François can certainly switch the
current german translation pf aptitude XML files to po4a...:-)

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