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From Rich Bowen <>
Subject Re: Started spanish translation of core.xml
Date Wed, 01 Dec 2010 12:38:25 GMT

On Dec 1, 2010, at 5:19 AM, iƱigo medina wrote:

> 2010/11/30 Rich Bowen <>
> No, it's easier than that.
> Since you have an svn checkout, you'll just need to go into that  
> checking, and then:
> svn update
> ... edit file ...
> svn diff > diff.txt
> Ok, but that makes sense when the initial commit has been made.  
> Isn't it?
> I still have version 0 since there is no commit to the trunk with  
> the file

Yes. And until that initial commit gets made, I suppose you can just  
re-send the updated file.

Our policy is that the translation needs to get reviewed by another  
Spanish speaker. I've been contacting some folks, but haven't yet  
received any positive responses. Perhaps there's someone on the list  
that can look over it?

> Another question: since I started making a copy of core.xml, when  
> this file changes
> (for instance, today) how are usually added those changes to the  
> translated file?

See Lucien's note.

Also, when you look at the version of that's in svn (once  
it's committed) it will list the svn revision at which it was last  
changed, and the version when the English was last changed, and you can:

svn diff -r 123:456 core.xml

to get the differences that happened in that time period.

Rich Bowen

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