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Re: Accidental string changes in anaconda?



On Tue, 2004-03-09 at 10:01 +1000, Sarah Wang wrote:
> Jeremy Katz 写道:
> >On Mon, 2004-03-08 at 17:29, Christian Rose wrote:
> >>Ok, so why someone seems to have reverted all string changes that have
> >>happened the last months in anaconda beats me.
> >
> >Hrmm?  I haven't touched the .pot file recently (since test1-ish). 
> >Granted, I _should_ push what's current but I haven't recently.  There
> >haven't been really many changes at all, though.    Hrmm... actually, I
> >think I might see what happened -- it looks like I somehow missed
> >committing the changed anaconda.pot file when I updated stuff and then
> >sarahs remerged stuff last night.  
> >  
> >
> Oops! I thought pot is always the *master*... I thought I was doing the 
> right thing by keeping all po files consistent with pot files! All 
> translators are very keen to keep up with the master files. The current 
> status page showed that the total number of strings across all languages 
> are greatly varied. If we can't be sure the pot files are most up2date 
> how can we be sure the po files will be most up2date?

They're supposed to be.  Unfortunately, anaconda is "special" in how its
translations are handled which sometimes leads to bogons and things not
matching up and the like.  The problems with the manual process that is
anaconda translations...  I could probably write a nice paper on why
it's bad to try to split source and translations based on it ;)

> >Ugh.  I'll clean this up tonight after I get home as best as I can. 
> >It's going to require going back to the state of things before Sarah's
> >merging last night, remerge with what's in devel CVS and then push
> >again.  Which means that anything from today will be lost :/  I _think_
> >that's probably the best plan, though (you can always then go back a
> >revision to before my merging).
> >  
> Would it be easier just to push the updated pot files to 
> rhlinux.redhat.com each time when they are updated? Who wants to work on 
> outdated files?

I usually push it when I update it, I just managed to not commit or copy
or something last time.  For a while it was on my todo list to automate
the process a bit.  But with Fedora and the ability to be more open
about release stuff in advance, I've switched instead to the plan of
"push anaconda CVS to be public".  I just need to finish getting a few
things in order before I can do that.

> >Yet another reason why I need to finish getting to where I can put
> >anaconda's CVS repository in general on rhlinux.redhat.com and just be
> >done with this nonsense of duplicate CVS repositories for translations
> >:-)
> >
> That would make a lot of sense to have one single CVS repositories. Is 
> this the case for all other packages as well? Can we have automatica 
> sync if we must maintain two CVS repositories?

There are only a very very small number of things that are split like
this at this point.  And most are for hystorical reasons that will
slowly migrate over.  So I'm not sure how much it's worth putting effort
into setting up the automation at this point. 

Jeremy

PS Didn't get to cleaning up the anaconda stuff tonight...  I will take
care of it first thing in the morning.




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