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Re: fixing website translations

From: Federico Bruni
Subject: Re: fixing website translations
Date: Mon, 22 Aug 2011 00:57:41 +0200

Il giorno ven, 12/08/2011 alle 09.07 -0700, Graham Percival ha scritto:
> On Fri, Aug 12, 2011 at 05:27:53PM +0200, Francisco Vila wrote:
> > 2011/8/12 Federico Bruni <address@hidden>:
> > > Il giorno ven, 12/08/2011 alle 16.49 +0200, Francisco Vila ha scritto:
> > >> > Processing web site: [it]
> > >> > WARNING: Unable to find node 'Text editor support' in book usage.
> > >> > WARNING: Unable to find node 'Troubleshooting' in book usage.
> > >> > WARNING: Unable to find node 'Why does the syntax change?' in book
> > >> > usage.
> > >> >
> > > I gave a quick look at 2.14.2 doc and couldn't find any broken link
> > > (from Usage or from Learning Manual). Except for a broken link in the
> > > appendix A of LM; but it is not related to the warning above.
> Given that the documentation is different from the web site, I'm
> not convinced.

AFAIK, in the website there's not any link to any node in Usage.
So I can't understand why 'make website' prints this warning.

> > Apparently, the 'Warning: unable to find x in book y' messages do not
> > lead necessarily to broken links. IMO they are a side effect of old,
> > unused code.
> FFS...!  other languages have managed to fix these.  For that
> matter, you don't even need to read the language to fix these
> problems!
> - we no longer have "text editor support" in Usage.  What has that
>   node been renamed to?  Go update the name.
> - ditto for the other two.

Are you sure? git grep says the opposite.
What I'm missing?

> If you can't remember anything like this, then go look in the
> archives for the other 4 or 5 times I've complained about similar
> problems.  Translators fixed those ones fairly quickly; either ask
> them how they did it, or look at the git history to find out how.

Mmmmmh, I'll try but I think it won't be easy.  I haven't found any
specific discussion so far.  It may be a stupid error, such a missing
brace } ?  There's any script which can help in finding such errors?

For example:

but the log was informative in that case...

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