[WG: I18N & L10N] Committing translation that is many files
neal.caidin at apereo.org
Tue Aug 5 06:13:37 PDT 2014
I had an offline offer from Miguel Carro Pellicar , who also has some shell
scripts already handy, and has a lot of experience committing translations,
so I took him up on the offer.
On Tue, Aug 5, 2014 at 9:10 AM, Kirschner, Beth <bkirschn at umich.edu> wrote:
> 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.
> - Beth
> 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.
> > Cheers,
> > 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
> >> What is the best way for me to proceed? Or should I ask the contributors
> >> to submit in a different format?
> >> Thanks,
> >> Neal
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