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Re: translations

From: John Mandereau
Subject: Re: translations
Date: Fri, 27 Nov 2009 01:06:15 +0100

Le jeudi 26 novembre 2009 à 23:40 +0000, Graham Percival a écrit :
> Make sure that the texi2html is being called with the right
> arguments.  I think the relevant command is in make/doc-i8n-*.

Sure, but after my hacking texi2html currently dies at manuals in
English.  I'm about to remove the code that computes file names from
node names in the init file, since it hides the bugs of and mistakes in docs node names, and is a
potential source of broken HTML links; I'll just leave in a comment
pointing to Git history, for easier resurrecting of such a code in case
it's needed again.

> I'm surprised that you have this problem with filenames, though,
> since I'm pretty certain it was working a few days ago.  You *are*
> using texi2html 1.82 and not cvs, right?  And you did a make
> distclean and make doc-clean and stuff?

Yes, IIRC I've got broken HTML filenames in translations for months.
I'm so pissed of with this that I'm currently dealing with my disgust of

> web+intro, download+manuals, community?  in that order?

I agree with the order, but I'm for grouping Web+intro+download, then
manuals together with the tutorial (it's useless translating manuals
pages without committing some translated portion of a manual), and
community in the 3rd priority level (with Fundamental concepts and
beginning of Usage).

> Dunno.  Believe me, I never put anything in the translations.

According to git history, you did :-)


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