[Xfce-i18n] testing the trunk

Mişu Moldovan dumol at gnome.ro
Mon Mar 20 21:29:25 CET 2006

În data de Ma, 14 mar 06 la 12:20, Rimas Kudelis a scris:


> But here's my question - is there a simple and quick way to test
> things  I translate without messing up an already working system? I  
> mean, it would be nice to have something like a nightly XFLD CD (is  
> this project  forgotten?) at least for testing purposes. As a user of  
> Ubuntu Dapper Drake (oops, I did it again!), I already have a lot of  
> unstable stuff in  my computer, and I don't feel like wanting to add  
> even more mess to all  this. Any ideas?

Hi Rimas,

Testing your translations is always a good idea. I've also installed  
Ubuntu Dapper Drake (but in a VmWare Player virtual machine) to test my  
translations for Gnome 2.14. I've noticed that it has the bleeding edge  
soon-to-be Xfce 4.4 from the projects SVN repository.

So, this is how I'll probably test my Romanian translations for Xfce  
4.4. If I somehow manage to refrain from installing Xfce 4.4 from SVN  
on one of my real machines (yes, it is *that* tempting...)

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