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RE: Doc potfile 99% changes

From: Lübbe Onken <l.onken_at_rac.de>
Date: 2005-12-19 10:45:29 CET

Hi Simon,

> I just tried the new NAnt build for the doc potfile, and the file
> order has changed, meaning that almost every line is rewritten.
> Is this a one-off change?

No, the Nant scripts sort the files in yet a different order than the batch

> Will it depend on the PC that creates the potfile for the order?

Possibly. But I had already found a way to solve this, but had problems
implementing it with the updated version of xsltproc.

The new way to create the pot file will be to profile the entire xml sources
into one xsl file and then create the .pot file from there. The big
advantage will be that the entries in the pot file (and the entries in the
.po files) will be in the same order as in the docs and not in the order in
which they are found in the file system. A possible disadvantage (if it's a
disadvantage at all) will be that we have one .pot file per application,
like TortoiseMerge.pot and TortoiseSVN.pot. I can merge these two into one
doc.pot file again, but what do you and the other doc maintainers think
about this?

What is better:
1) one doc.pot and one .po file per language for the entire docs?
2) a .pot file and language .po file per application?

> Is there an easy way to include the buildtools dependency
> from the level
> above?

As a Korean customer said to me a few weeks ago "I don't understand prease
exprain" :-)

- Lübbe

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