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From "Marcus (OOo)" <>
Subject Re: Lost localisation files?
Date Tue, 13 Dec 2011 22:58:21 GMT
Am 12/13/2011 01:33 PM, schrieb Rob Weir:
> On Tue, Dec 13, 2011 at 6:59 AM, Ross Gardler
> <>  wrote:
>> Michael Bauer said, in another thread:
>>> - As a matter of urgency, some simple download site where locales that got
>>> stuck when OO Pootle went down can get their po files.
>> Are these really lost or did we get them in the code transfer?
> The localization files were stored in a separate Mercurial repository
> in the legacy project, not with the source code. When we migrated the
> source to Apache we put these into a the ooo/extras/i10n directory.
> You can see all the languages here:
> And in particular, Gaelic:
> Now it is possible that we're missing Pootle-specific files or
> databases for translation memory, etc.  If it wasn't checked into
> version control, then we probably don't have it.  But it looks like we
> have the actual translations.

As an addition:

There is a SDF file available from the OOO340 codeline that represents 
the 3.4 Beta codeline (therefore it's the very latest and greatest; this 
codeline found its ways to the Apache SVN repository):

So, if you are searching for the latest strings to translate and know 
how to handle SDF files, then you have here the most recent information.



>> Note that the ASF now has  Pootle server and it would be good if we
>> could get these files visible again.
>> Ross

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