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Re: 'make publish' does not copy compendia

From: Ineiev
Subject: Re: 'make publish' does not copy compendia
Date: Fri, 04 Jan 2013 11:45:38 +0000

On 01/04/2013 11:11 AM, D. Barbier wrote:

Okay, I did not know how compendium files were generated, and looked
at GNumakefile.
I see your point now, but I am worried that does not
handle compendium.XX.po like GNUmakefile does.  This means that I
cannot update directly from our www-fr repository
when compendium.pot is modified, it has to be copied from www first.

It seems to me that compendium.XX.po (when present) should be handled
like regular POs, but the reports should ignore fuzzy and absent
translations. WDYT?

The recent discussion about unfuzzying let me wonder whether 'make
sync' should take input PO files from www instead of www-fr.

I think more details are needed here.

It currently takes three input files, $article.pot
and $article.$lang.po from www, and $article.$lang.po from team's
repository, and merges them in team's working copy; the translations
are expected to be merged this way:

* all current translations in team's repository remain untouched;

* when the translation from www is complete while team's translation
  is fuzzy or absent, the complete translation propagates to team's
  working copy;

* new messages are added from the POT; obsolete are commented out,
  and so on.

* when the translations in www and www-$lang are both current and
  different, an inconsistency is reported (in the `report' target).

I see, you are surely right, I should not bother updating since it is very unlikely that untranslated messages
appear in this file.  But the problem of syncing this file into our
www-fr repository still remains.

Can removing it from www-fr be a solution? is it essentially needed there?

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