Re: New i18n scheme implemented
On Wed, Jul 10, 2002 at 10:23:43PM +0100, Peter Karlsson wrote:
> Denis Barbier:
> > + they depend upon updated .po file, to detect fuzzy entries
> Why should those script detect fuzzy entries, fuzzy entries are just
> for the translator. If the .mo file is outdated, there will just not be
> any strings to match against.
Good point :)
> I.e, the .po file should only be touch on the translator's side.
Ok, but how do they manage it? If translator runs 'make' to update his
.po file, this means that if for some reason 'make' is also run on
klecker.d.o instead of 'make install', .po files will be changed on
klecker.d.o. Looks hazardous, don't you think?
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