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From: Peter Volkov <pva@g.o>
Subject: Re: Documentation/website in git?
Date: Sun, 19 Sep 2010 22:15:33 +0400
В Вск, 19/09/2010 в 14:47 +0200, Tobias Heinlein пишет:
> Peter Volkov wrote, on 09/19/2010 01:37 PM:
> > Yes, translators. And there was no discussion yet. Grand plan is to use
> > transifex and everything more or less works (testing version is on
> > transifex.gentoo.ru) 
> 
> transifex looks promising, but it uses gettext/.po files. How does that
> work for our GuideXML stuff? Do you convert them manually?

This is done with customized xml2po script. For that you need to grab
xml2po-gentoo from Azamat's overlay [1]. po files are semi-manually
generated at the moment but it's possible to run cron for that. Makefile
for transition is here [2].

[1] http://github.com/winterheart/iceland
[2] http://git.gentoo.ru/gentoo-doc-doc/tree/

BTW, all cookies should be sent to Azamat :)

-- 
Peter.



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