[Xerte-dev] Re: Translations
patrick.lockley at googlemail.com
Fri Mar 30 16:22:46 BST 2012
Do you want to fix the PHP duplicate? Or should I?
On Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 3:17 PM, Tom Reijnders <reijnders at tor.nl> wrote:
> I've finished the Xerte Translation tool (almost, we still need some options
> to retrieve the actual files, but they are generated correctly)
> I've also included the translation of XOT.
> It's a lot: 2344 sentences (non-unique) for the pages, and 455 for XOT.
> The website can update the English objects from svn, so the English SVN is
> always the master. It will create the translated files based on the English
> files, replacing the translation from the database. It will also update the
> page templates and create all the necessary zip files for end-users to load
> the templates in a Xerte or a XOT installation.
> By the way Pat, there is a duplicat key in the
> websitecode/php/management/site.inc file (MANAGEMENT_SITE_ERROR_EMAIL is
> used twice for different things)
> If you want to have a look, go to http://xertetrans.xerte.org.uk, and login
> as guest/guest
> If you're interested in working on translation, please let me/us know.
> Tom Reijnders
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