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Re: Changes section in stable

From: Francisco Vila
Subject: Re: Changes section in stable
Date: Tue, 10 Mar 2020 20:39:48 +0100
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Here is what Details page of Changes looks like in locally-built docs from stable branch, for every language.

ca: Split now leads to English version. Bigpage and PDF links give 404.

cs: Split in English, Bigpage and PDF are 404 now

fr: Split and Bigpage are now translated. PDF is in English (the link text is but the URL is changes.pdf)

it, ja: Split and Bigpage are now translated. PDF is in English

hu, zh, nl, pt: Split in English, Bigpage is 404, PDF is in English.

es: translated

So at least one works. I'd like to see how this all is carried to the online version once it is uploaded. I cross fingers.

I initially thought it was all a matter of correct macro choice in web/manuals.itexi;


  @unnumberedsec [Changes in English]
  @translationof Changes

one should use


where LL is your language, _if_ your sources are translated.

But to my surprise, ja/web/manuals.itexi has


with no -ja suffix (!)

So at least in this case, it must be in macro *generation*, not in macro *invocation* where the magic happens.

Still lost in this labyrinth. Stay tuned

Should I stick to translations list only for this?

El 8/3/20 a las 20:32, Francisco Vila escribió:
> Hello, regarding to changes section in Stable, now online:
> English looks perfect, obviously.
> Links in Català give 404>
> cs, de, fr, hu, zh, nl, and ja links lead to English version> Spanish Split gives 404, Bigpage leads to an empty (titled) page
> and PDF link leads to a empty (titled) PDF. Sources are translated.
> Italiano looks perfect. As in English, Split and Bigpage look the same
> because there is no sectioning in the original.

Francisco Vila, Ph.D. - Badajoz (Spain) ,

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