mass Makefile commit
If you wondered about my mass Makefile commit in the german directory,
I've found an easy way to check for outdated Makefiles and I'd like to
share it with you all:
for i in `find german -name Makefile `; do
if [ -n "$(diff `echo $i | sed 's/^german/english/'` $i)" ]; then
cp `echo $i | sed 's/^german/english/' $i
Personally I just did an echo of the outdated Makefile in the if part
to be able to check that file - but I guess it should be save to do this
non-interactive (any it doesn't commit it automatically anway).
I would sugguest translators to run this script every now and then to
check their directories every now and then....
P.S.: Maybe it would be useful to add an output of that to the
stattrans.pl script or such. Just a first idea.
-!- Gromitt_ is now known as Gromitt
<Getty> oh scheisse, gromitt wird wach
<Getty> da hab ich jetzt soviele lines gemacht in den letzten 24 std.
<Getty> und jetzt kommt der wieder ;) -- #debian.de