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From Andre Fischer <>
Subject Re: Localized build breakers
Date Mon, 17 Jun 2013 07:15:14 GMT
On 15.06.2013 09:29, janI wrote:
> On Jun 14, 2013 11:45 PM, "Ariel Constenla-Haile" <>
> wrote:
>> Hi Jan,
>> On Fri, Jun 14, 2013 at 02:40:23PM +0200, janI wrote:
>>> The change comes from me, after  a discussion on the dev list and was
>>> applied as agreed.
>> IIRC you asked about x-comment, not about x-no-translate (this one is
>> the root of the build breaker).
> not thst it shall be a long discussion,:-)  but I did ask for quite a
> number of changes, like removing non en-us entries, cleaning duplicate
> en-us text entries and a couple of x- problems.
>>> BUT never the less, since it is a build breaker, it needs to be
> reverted.
>> There is no need to the revert the whole commit, only two files, see
>> and the attachments
>> there.
> only reverting 2 files is a lot easier, thx for the advice.

Looks like Ariel has already done the proposed review. Good news that 
only two files have to be reverted.

>> Keeping comments and splitting long lines may be an enhancement (see
>> ) but there is
>> no need to revert that.
>> And the error with CaptionOrderNumberingFirst
>> comes from the
>> original commit that forgot to mark this as x-no-translate (this flags
>> the string as not-extractable by localize so that it does not appear in
>> the sdf file, nor is merged back)
>>> Ps. the commit is old, so at least it underlines my request from earlier
>>> that we regulary build languages in buildbot.
>> I do build with --with-lang="en-US es" and the bug didn't show up
>> until the translation was integrated (rev. 1489712 from June 5th).
>> Building languages in the buildbot is a nonsense if there is no
>> periodical integration of localization.
> I agree with you, but I have the opinion that localization should be
> integrated just as frequently as source changes. My target with l10n is
> still that pootle changes moves automatically to svn (maybe with a delay of
> a day).
> If we dont build with-lang regulary we dont see if e.g. rejuvenate01
> changes breaks in a language build, so its not only the translated text
> that makes a difference.

I have understood Ariel's comment so, that he wants to add periodical 
integration of localization data, not to remove --with-lang builds.  If 
my assumption is correct, then the two of you want the same thing.  And 
I agree with that.


> rgds
> jan i
>> Regards
>> --
>> Ariel Constenla-Haile
>> La Plata, Argentina

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