[Xfce-i18n] Opinions about translations.xfce.org
glezos at transifex.com
Mon Jan 27 06:23:48 CET 2014
Use the --auto-remote switch on init. For example, to download all files
tx set --auto-remote
tx pull -l nl
You can easily run the set command for all projects (only once needed).
This will create a good .tx/config file for XFCE. You can upload it on a
repo so that all translators can use it. Then they'll simply need to:
git clone ....
tx pull -l nl
On Sun, Jan 26, 2014 at 1:41 AM, Pjotr Vertaalt <pjotrvertaalt at gmail.com>wrote:
> One-click for all xfce translations of one language would be ideal.....
> In the meantime: how do I use Transifex Client?
> This is what I did:
> tx init
> pjotr at pjotr-TravelMate-P253 ~ $ tx pull -r xfce -l nl
> Exception: Specified resource 'xfce' does not exist.
> 2014-01-26 Besnik Bleta <bbleta at otenet.gr>
> Hello Dimitri,
>> Më 01/26/2014 05:06 AM, Dimitris Glezos shkroi:
>> The Transifex Client is convenient for this kind of tasks, to sync whole
>> dir trees with Transifex..
>> Would that work for you?
>> Really nice to see you following the discussion here. And I personally
>> have to thank you
>> once more, for all your help over the years.
>> I installed and tried tx yesterday. But I failed to get what I was
>> looking for. Obviously for
>> some error during setting up the environment. I might have succeeded, of
>> course, with
>> a bit of more patience...
>> The thing is that when you're used with one tool and that's available,
>> you tend to neglect
>> the others, especially when they give you troubles. My knowledge of git
>> is rudimentary,
>> but a "git clone" will fetch a whole project, requesting just 4 seconds
>> of my time,
>> leaving the rest to my translations. You need the URL? It gives you 3-4
>> choices of that.
>> No need to figure out which one is the right one for tx. If you want just
>> to download
>> anonymously, there you go, as it doesn't ask for any login details.
>> Committing my contribute later is easy as well.
>> It's not a big deal to make tx happy, but I believe we tend to focus more
>> on translating...
>> In my humble opinion, providing a one-click way of getting a tarball of a
>> whole directory
>> on Transifex would be a translator's dream come true.
>> Until then I'd be very grateful if you tell me the right URL to do that
>> for a given project.
>> Best regards,
>> Dimitri Glezos
>> Founder & CEO, Transifex
>> (sent from device prone to typos)
>> On Jan 25, 2014 3:48 AM, "Besnik Bleta" <bbleta at otenet.gr> wrote:
>>> M� 05/10/2010 04:15 PM, Nick Schermer shkroi:
>>> Only a small portion of the translators preferred the git/svn access
>>> I can't remember my choice and the reasons for that. But now I would
>>> beg to have git acces to update sq translation of the lot. Transifex is
>>> nice, but
>>> offers no fat tarball of the .po files. And then uploading single files
>>> huge projects... I just prefer to struggle with git push rather than
>>> through Transifex.
>>> Am I too late for this request?
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