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Re: intro/organization

Please... It'll give me a good example of what I did wrong..

On Fri, Jul 23, 1999 at 05:17:37PM -0400, James A. Treacy wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 23, 1999 at 11:58:17AM -0700, Darren O. Benham wrote:
> > Honestly, I'm not sure.  I was just putting slices into the english file so
> > that when it was done, it'd be easy to i18lize.
> > 
> Sorry. I said I'd do this a while ago and didn't.
> The way I had planned on implementing this type of file is as follows
> (easily generalizes for other cases):
>   <lang>/intro/organization.wml:
>   contains the translation of any text (prose) in the page. This text
>   shouldn't change very often. It contains no slices. This file #includes
>   english/intro/organization.body file.
>   <lang>/intro/organization.body (I originally suggested *.data):
>   contains all the define-tags (which use slices to translate all
>   the phrases used) and all uses of the define-tags. For a large
>   page these could be split into seperate file as is done with the
>   vendors page.
>   This is the part of the page that will change more frequently. 
>   When a new person takes on a job, only this file needs to be
>   changed. All the translations will be updated at the next make
>   run. The only time translators need to modify this file is when
>   first translating the page (to translate the slices) and when
>   a new slice is introduced.
> If you'd like, I'll reorganize the page along these lines and set up
> the Swedish translation.
> Jay Treacy

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