[Xfce-i18n] daily translations builds ?

piotr maliński riklaunim at gmail.com
Sun Apr 30 18:37:21 CEST 2006

There can be separate packages for translations like KDE has ->
kde-i18n. If we build packages with *mo translations files for each
language distro maintainers could convert them to their linux/unix
packages easily. They would just overwrite/update existing

2006/4/30, Daichi Kawahata <daichi at xfce.org>:
> On Sun, 30 Apr 2006 15:06:46 +0000
> piotr maliński wrote:
> > There are tools like ant or phing that can "build" packages
> > of something. Why not use them to make daily (or other) builds
> > of translations - for each language there would be a package
> > with *mo files with correct names ready to fetch-extract-use :)
> > What do you thik about it?
> Hmm, just out of curiosity, can each distributions provide
> `only translation updates' module? That is, a translation
> might be revised in daily-basis even in the stable release
> (like 4.2 branch), however it has to wait til the next major
> release.
> That's a reason I'm using Xfce of out-of-controlled on IRIX,
> that is, when I happen to see the typo. & mis/bogus-translations
> etc. I can immediately fix them from the source but the others?
> My long time wondering...
> Then back to the topic, an opinion from an armature of current
> packaging system, is it hard to do in the current distribution
> mechanism instead of using such updater you recommend? Anyway,
> it may probably be good idea for me.
> Regards,
> --
> Daichi
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