On Mon, 10 Sep 2007, Christian Prochaska wrote: > Since there has been some discussion about the stability of > translatable strings in the stable branch recently, I'd like to know > what's your opinion about updates of the SDL client in S2_1. > Personally, I'd like to keep the S2_1/2.1.x version in sync with the > trunk version as long as possible (or at least until 2.2 gets > released), since it's still missing basic features, has several > usability problems and it's unclear how well I'll be able to catch up > with future changes in trunk that might require bigger changes to the > GUI. It's also unclear if a 2.2 version will still compile and run on > a Pocket PC, which might not be the case anymore if memory usage > increases too much or if new dependency libraries are added that don't > compile or work on this platform. So, you see there are several > reasons to continue work on the SDL client in S2_1, but this will > surely break translation every now and then. If you consider this to > be a big problem, a possible solution might be to fork the gui-sdl > directory in S2_1 and leave one "as is" (fully translated, but hardly > updated) and the other one untranslated, but with regular updates of > all kinds. What do you think?
Once 2.1.0 is released, the string freeze in S2_1 will thaw, and you can do bigger changes to the gui-sdl code than you should do now, at risk of delaying 2.1.0 even further. IMHO. - Per Carpe noctem _______________________________________________ Freeciv-dev mailing list Freecivfirstname.lastname@example.org https://mail.gna.org/listinfo/freeciv-dev