On Wed, 2006-05-17 at 05:10 -0400, "Guillermo Gómez S." wrote:
Manuel Ospina wrote:
> In short, these are the steps:
> 1. Download the packages from the repository:
> export CVSROOT=:ext:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvs/docs
> cvs co docs
Done (docs-common and instal-guide in my workstation)
> 2. Change the OTHERS macro in the Makefile to include es:
> OTHERS = it pt_BR es -> done
> 3. Make a new PO file for es:
> make po/es.po -> done
> 4. Translate es.po using kbabek or gtranslator.
Tried some lines and went for a check with make html -es (following the
info at http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/DocsProject/Translation
Got some errors, and stopped translating:
Type 1 error
I/O error : Attempt to load network entity
warning: failed to load external entity
Are you able to reach that URL with a browser?
Type 2 error
No template for "/book/bookinfo/revhistory" (or any of its leaves) exists
in the context named "title" in the "en" localization.
You can safely ignore this warning, although anyone who wants to chime
in and/or quiet this warning down would be rewarded. (With additional
work, no less.)
Type 3 error
No template matches xi:include in book.
Type 4 error (final)
make: *** No rule to make target
needed by `es/fdp-entities.ent'. Stop.
We probably need an "es" translation for the entities. Go to
docs-common/common/entities, and read the README.txt there for
instructions on how to add a new locale. Once you perform those steps,
the entities will be there for everyone to use, so thank you in
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