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Re: Including separately distributed translations in deb




"Torsten Marek" <shlomme@gmx.net> wrote in message 435F916A.7080203@gmx.net">news:435F916A.7080203@gmx.net...

Hi,

eric itself is arch: all, the this would not be a problem. Still, if I created
an eric-i18n package, I would have to merge all the separate translation
tarballs (one per language) into one package. Is there a best-practice for this?

IANADD, but it seems to be fine to merge the translation tarballs. However perhaps to make things easier, as the end package would have only limited resemblence to any upstream package, is to package the translations as a 'native' package. That is perfectly valid. It is a question a what saves you the most work.

greetings

Torsten

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