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>Marcin Kasperski <Marcin.Kasperski@softax.com.pl> writes:
>> I'd recommend organizing some process of notifying translators
>> about changes (there is single subversion package of english
>> texts but a few translations which are to change). Maybe
>> something like daemon regularly generating .pot file, checking
>> for the amount of changes since previous notification was
>> generated and sending some notification to subversion-dev or to
>> translators when a lot of things changed? Or, otherwise, the
>> decision that messages should not be changed between beta and
>> final release - and the habit of reviewing translations every
>> time beta is published?
I had your request in a large pile of mails to respond to. It took
me a while to get through.
>Can someone describe in pseudocode how this should work, and what
>dependencies such a tool would have? I could try to code it up in
>Python and install it as a hook.
I was thinking of a weekly update as a cron job or something like
that. I don't see the need for every commit which changes a _()
to be followed by a series of commits to the language files.
The msgattrib program (available in GNU gettext) can be used to
filter messages wich certain attributes. I believe there are
three attributes which together indicate the state of the translation
I suppose it is possible to script these stats as:
$ make gnu-locale-po-update
$ msgattrib --untranslated -o - de.po | grep '^msgid "' | wc -l
$ msgattrib --only-fuzzy -o - de.po | grep '^msgid "' | wc -l
$ msgattrib --only-obsolete -o - de.po | grep '^msgid "' | wc -l
The output might look something like this:
Subversion translation file state reminder
xx untranslated messages
yy fuzzy messages
zz obsolete messages
And send these stats to a list. Which list would be suitable for
that? That way, anybody wanting to contribute could subscribe to
that list and be notified automatically.
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Received on Wed May 26 23:53:45 2004