Re: [Gimp-docs] Please check a update file on https://l10n.gnome.org/module/gimp-help-2/

2013-07-20 Thread Marco Ciampa
On Tue, Jul 09, 2013 at 05:27:44PM +0900, Jihui Choi wrote:
 Hello, all.
 I'm Jihui Choi.
 
 I used to translate and maintain korean translation, but for the last
 several years I didn't.
 I'm gonna start again but I don't know where I should start from.
 Now it seems everyone works on l10n.gnome.org, right?

AFAIK no. 

We (I) appear there because the site reflects git commits.

 Btw, I uploaded a updated file on
 https://l10n.gnome.org/vertimus/gimp-help-2/master/appendix/ko
 https://l10n.gnome.org/vertimus/gimp-help-2/master/introduction/ko
 
 Please check these files out and commit. Thank you.

I think that it is better if you use git and then post here a patch
checking for validation of your translations with

make validate-ko

You have to install all the necessary tools to be able to build an html
version of the manual, of course.

If you need some assistance, please ask.

PS: it is easier if you use linux...

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Re: [Gimp-docs] Help building help.

2013-07-20 Thread Marco Ciampa
On Mon, Jul 01, 2013 at 05:36:50PM +1000, Roman Joost wrote:
 On Wed, Jun 26, 2013 at 05:04:10PM +0400, Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:
  On Wed, Jun 26, 2013 at 10:14 AM, Roman Joost wrote:
   On Thu, Jun 13, 2013 at 10:00:12AM +0200, Marco Ciampa wrote:
  
   Anyhow, perhaps it makes more sense to move to a epub/Kindle solution. I
   can relate to Marco here, since I'm also using my Kindle to read most of
   my books now. The Kindle format is even simiar to HTML. Not sure if
   there are already packages out there who go from DocBook to Kindle/epub.
  
  http://sourceforge.net/projects/docbook/files/epub3/
  
  However, note that eInk readers are, in my experience, quite inferior
  for technical reading. Anything that involves tables and color images
  is likely to make your head hurt :) OTOH, EPU is more than just for
  eInk readers. Tablets are OK :)
 Hm... sounds like we need a plan. Perhaps I'll create a bug in Bugzilla
 and we move the discussion there ...
 

Would you please post here the bug id when you have done?

Thanks!

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Re: [Gimp-docs] Help building help.

2013-07-20 Thread Marco Ciampa
On Tue, Jun 11, 2013 at 02:41:02PM -0400, john Culleton wrote:
 Elaborate things break more often then simple things. All I want is a
 Gimp Manual in pdf form for version 2.8. I can print this out, put it
 in a ring binder and use it as needed. What I got instead was a
 package with the guts of the manual in xml. I tried autogen, then
 ./configure, and then make.  Consistently I get these error messages:
 
 
 Making all in quickreference
 make[1]: Entering directory
 `/home/safe/Documents/gimp-help-2.8.0/quickreference' make[1]: *** No
 rule to make target `svg/gimp-keys-ca.svg', needed by `svg'.  Stop.
 make[1]: Leaving directory
 `/home/safe/Documents/gimp-help-2.8.0/quickreference' make: ***
 [all-recursive] Error 1
 
 Before I start hacking around eliminating references to the
 quickreference is there a standard solution to my problem?
 
 I don't want to spend days learning about docbook, wonderful though it
 may be. I have a project under way and I need to look some things in
 the manual.
 
 Anyone have a copy they are willing to share? Slackware 14 if anyone
 cares.
 

I have another error:

$make pdf-it
*** Making PDF (it) ...
Build the book set list...
xsltproc -o /tmp/tmpxAwlqk/doclist.txt --xinclude --xincludestyle doclist.xsl 
/home/marco/git-gnome/gimp-help-2/xml/it/gimp.xml
Build the listings...
xsltproc -o /tmp/tmpxAwlqk/listings.xml --xinclude --xincludestyle --param 
current.dir '/home/marco/git-gnome/gimp-help-2/xml/it' 
/usr/share/dblatex/xsl/common/mklistings.xsl 
/home/marco/git-gnome/gimp-help-2/xml/it/gimp.xml
xsltproc -o gimp.rtex --xinclude --xincludestyle --param current.dir 
'/home/marco/git-gnome/gimp-help-2/xml/it' --param listings.xml 
'/tmp/tmpxAwlqk/listings.xml' /tmp/tmpxAwlqk/custom.xsl 
/home/marco/git-gnome/gimp-help-2/xml/it/gimp.xml
XSLT stylesheets DocBook - LaTeX 2e (0.3.4-3)
===
literal: default template used in programlisting or screen
literal: default template used in programlisting or screen
Don't know what gentext to create for xref to: para (linkend=text-to-path)
Don't know what gentext to create for xref to: para (linkend=text-along-path)
Image 'images/toolbox/paths-transform-1.png' not found
Image 'images/toolbox/paths-transform-2.png' not found
Image '../images/tool-options/stock-gravity-east-24.png' not found
Build gimp.pdf
built-in module xetex registered
no support found for ifthen
no support found for ifxetex
no support found for fontspec
no support found for xltxtra
no support found for fontenc
no support found for ucs
no support found for inputenc
no support found for fancybox
built-in module makeidx registered
no support found for babel
no support found for cmap
no support found for db2latex
built-in module bibtopic registered
building additional files...
checking if compiling is necessary...
the output file doesn't exist
xelatex -interaction=batchmode gimp.tex

A possible reason for transformation failure is invalid DocBook
(as reported by xmllint)

Error: [Errno 2] No such file or directory
make: *** [pdf/it/gimp.pdf] Errore 1



but 
 log/it-xmllint.log 
contains
 it: no errors.

Any hint?

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