2007/5/6, Doncho N. Gunchev <gunchev(a)gmail.com>:
On Saturday 2007-05-05 15:20:03 Xavier Conde Rueda wrote:
> I wanted to warn everybody about an the current POT file for
> system-config-rootpassword on the repository is outdated. This file
> has to be deleted and built again in order to get the most recent
> strings. After deleting it and updating the translations, I've found
> there are some new fuzzy and untranslated strings.
> Hope this helps.
Rebuild the .pot file - how and why? Shouldn't that be done from
someone @ redhat.com? Bugzilla?
My answers below:
rm -f system-config-rootpassword.pot
You need to have checked out the whole module (python sources, etc.),
not just po's.
I'm attaching the up to date .pot file, so you don't have to do the
previous steps. Just merge it with msgmerge.
Because there is an error on the Makefile rule; makefile rule is named
against system-config-rootpassword.pot. Since pot file is older than
makefile, it is not updated. I noticed it when I ran de test4 liveCD;
the application dialog has different strings than the ones on the
-- Shouldn't that be done from someone @ redhat.com? Bugzilla?
Yes, that's why I haven't commited the updated POT file, nor the
translations of the others languages; i'm not sure if I have commit
rights for makefiles, though. Anyway, updating the PO against the
attached POT will do the work for now.
I've also noticed there are strings not marked for translation on the
source code that are likely to be translatable:
self.msgLabel.set_text("The two fields did not match. Please try \nagain:")
self.securityBar.set_text("Security Level: Strong")
self.securityTooltips.set_tip(self.passwordEntry, "Remember that your
password should have at least 6 characters in length")
And I'm sorry, but I'm too busy translating Fedora docs and I can't
send bug reports or patches for this; hope the list mantainer can do
Hope this helps.
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