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Re: translations

From: John Mandereau
Subject: Re: translations
Date: Fri, 27 Nov 2009 11:32:04 +0100

Le vendredi 27 novembre 2009 à 00:20 +0000, Graham Percival a écrit : 
> If you're talking about line 370 and onwards in
> web-texi2html.init, then they're already "removed" -- see the 
>   if (0 and ...)
> line?

They should not be removed, because proper working of translations use
functionnality provided by, and which is not
provided by the alternative code in the init file; therefore, I'll
remove the latter as soon as it becomes unnecessary, i.e. as soon as
this Python script produces correct node names.

> I'm really, *really* doubting this.  I've got plenty of
> files, and no index_xy.html files.

I can provide you a SSH access to my box (provided I have a public and
not too filtered IP address) if you don't believe me :-)

>   Granted, all the
> files begin with capital letters, but the general
> idea is there.

All HTML file names from Texinfo should be downcased for consistency,
doing otherwise would likely create broken links.

> I modified files to enable them to compile, but didn't *add*
> files.  Unless the general->web renaming counted as
> adding+deleting, rather than moving ?

Sorry, I had become a bit with Git, I should have invoked

git log -- Documentation/fr/{general,web}/news-front.itexi


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