[WG: I18N & L10N] Committing translation that is many files
bkirschn at umich.edu
Tue Aug 5 06:10:58 PDT 2014
Neal - you can commit all the i18n files in one command:
svn commit dir-1 dir-2 dir-3 etc -m 'SAK-26266 Hindi translation'
But before you can do this, you'll need to make sure to run 'svn add …' for any new files (likely all of them), as well as updating the default supported languages, compile and run some simple sanity tests. I usually do this with some simple shell scripts. I can help with this if you'd like - just let me know.
On Aug 4, 2014, at 11:29 PM, Gao Jun <gaojun at fudan.edu.cn> wrote:
> Hi Neal,
> May be it's better to use an IDE to help you. Unzip it to an existing
> trunk source folder, and commit it with IDE (subclipse for example).
> In my opinion, if this is the first Hindi translation, I think it's
> acceptable to commit them in a single patch.
> And for latter updates, it's not a good idea to commit so many files in
> a single patch.
> With Chinese translation, I separate them by tools.
> Though this method will create many issues, it will be useful while
> tracking, rolling back and cooperation.
> Gao Jun
> 于 2014年08月05日 11:10, Neal Caidin 写道:
>> [sakai-dev and i18n]
>> Hey all,
>> I have a question about
>> https://jira.sakaiproject.org/browse/SAK-26266 - Hindi translation
>> It is many properties files zipped up, so if I unzip, I get many files
>> that require committing. Is there a simple way to add these files to
>> trunk in one command ? Or is it more common to have a single patch file
>> containing the many files (which seems like it would be the simplest way)?
>> What is the best way for me to proceed? Or should I ask the contributors
>> to submit in a different format?
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