Le 19/12/2010 17:34, Miroslav Šulc a écrit :
>>> I'll apply only changes in source xml files.
>> cool, thanks. i have more patches on my disk, and planning to make a
>> patch for other stuff too, like the capitalization of titles (and
>> uncapitalization of image labels), tagging ui objects etc ... just need
>> to know what is supposed to be the right style for the docs as it is not
>> obvious to me yet.
I have several English books and in all, title are capitalized. Image
legends are not capitalized, excepted when they they refer to a command.
Example: "The Save as Brush dialog, showing a sample brush".
>> also, i agree with you that the fixes should probably be done only in
>> src dir, the translation teams will get them once they update their po
>> files as it affects also msgid items. i have no idea how much it will
>> break their work as the msgid values will be new and will not match what
>> comes from the main xml files. from this point of view patching also
>> msgid lines would be better, but it's a question whether some inner po
>> logic will not be broken by that.
Modifying msgid strings manually is nonsense.
A normal workflow is:
- git pull --rebase
This will update, in your repo, src/*.xml files and synchronize po files
if another translator made changes in them.
- make pot-xx
This updates pot files according to changes in xml files.
- make po-xx
This updates your po files: msgid strings are updated and marked with a
"#, fuzzy" comment.
>> up to that, the changes are just in english language, so it affects
>> either the untranslated texts or the msgid lines, not their translations.
> just as thinking about it, please let me know what way you wanna apply
> the patches. if you wanna change just src files, i can adjust the
> patches. i used mostly grep and sed for these patches so they were fast
> to create, but there were also cases with one line ending with "the" and
> following line beginning with "the" so some changes were not that trivial.
Patches are applied to the src/*.xml files.
> also, as these issues occur both in gimp-help-2-6-0 and in master, in my
> opinion they should go first to branch gimp-help-2-6-0 and then should
> be merged to master (and after that master should be searched for any
> ommitted cases), but i noticed there is quite a lot (exactly 9) unmerged
> changes between gimp-help-2-6-0 and master so i am not sure you port
> everything from 2.6 branch to master. up to that, some changes, though
> not merged from the branch, are in the master anyway, which confuses me
> even more :-)
Don't worry about gimp-help-2.6.0.
We work on master only. Our boss, Roman, periodically makes a new
release of this help (which is always behind the master...)
> after this, i can adjust the patches and prepare the rest of patches (i
> have total 10, just 6 are at bugzilla atm) and i will know how to
> prepare the rest.
Please send patches directly to me, so that I am not obliged to retrieve
them from Bugzilla.
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