On Nov 19, 2012 12:04 AM, "Dayle Parker" <dayleparker(a)redhat.com
> On 11/17/2012 06:51 AM, Daniel Cabrera wrote:
>> The Spanish team has finished the translation of the Fedora
>> Virtualization Getting Started Guide , but I'm not able to publish
>> it. I mean, I can publish it but only in English.
>> I've also tried to publish the Dutch and Japanese versions, with the
>> same result.
>> Any Help?
>> Thanks in advance, regards,
>> Daniel Cabrera (es)
> Hi Daniel,
> Thanks for the email and for all of your team's translation work! I
think as the doc maintainer it's my job to publish it (please correct
me if I'm wrong).
> Good news and bad news:
> Good news: I was able to publish the Dutch translation [or at least
run through the commands in 'Publishing a document':
without any errors -- where do I verify this has been successful?
> Bad news: I hit an error using this command (which was successful in
Dutch and English) when publishing the guide in Spanish, plus a
different issue in Japanese:
> publican build --embedtoc --publish --formats
epub,html,html-single,pdf --langs LANGUAGE_CODES
> I might be wrong, but it looks to me like an XML error in the
Introduction file - possibly in the xref?
> Merging es-ES/Introduction.po >> en-US/Introduction.xml ->
> not well-formed (invalid token) at line 4, column 238, byte 402:
> <!DOCTYPE para PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN"
> <para>Fedora contiene paquetes y herramientas que soportan una
variedad de entornos virtualizados. La virtualización de Fedora
suministra el desarrollo en fases prevías para la virtualización en
Red Hat Enterprise Linux. vea <xref linked=”chap-Guía de Inicio de
Virtualización-Productos”/> para más información sobre los productos
de virtualización disponibles con Fedora.</para>
> If anyone can help, please let me know.
> Thanks so much,
> Dayle Parker
> Content Author
> Engineering Content Services
> Red Hat Asia Pacific -- Brisbane, Australia
> dayleparker(a)redhat.com <mailto:email@example.com> | irc: dayle
That xref tag looks suspicious. It should read ' <xref linkend= ' not
I'd also test to make sure the spaces in that target don't break the
link, just because it isn't the convention I'm used to. I wasn't even
aware that we translated the id= and xref= strings, so this second
concern could be misguided.
Thank you to Pete and Tomoyuki for helping out. :)
I was able to publish the Japanese translation without a problem and
it's now online.
I've gone into the es-ES .po files and fixed the XML issues and have
been able to publish normally.
Thanks to all the translation teams for your great work!