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translating_sympa [2017/06/10 10:23]
ikeda@conversion.co.jp
translating_sympa [2017/09/28 10:56]
david.verdin@renater.fr
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 The easiest way to translate Sympa user interface is to use site for translation. The easiest way to translate Sympa user interface is to use site for translation.
 <box> <box>
-Translate Sympa : [[http://​translate.sympa.org]]+Translate Sympa : [[https://​translate.sympa.org]]
 </​box>​ </​box>​
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 +{{:​wiki:​00-pootle-top-new.png?​768|Translate Sympa top page}}
  
 These are the steps to follow to translate Sympa user interface: These are the steps to follow to translate Sympa user interface:
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 At first, you must create your account. ​ This can be done by clicking the "Sign In" on the top page then following a link "Sign up as a new user". At first, you must create your account. ​ This can be done by clicking the "Sign In" on the top page then following a link "Sign up as a new user".
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 +{{:​wiki:​00b-pootle-signup-new.png?​768|Sign up dialog}}
  
 ==== Choose a project and language to translate ==== ==== Choose a project and language to translate ====
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 When you log in, you find the three projects used for the Sympa translation:​ When you log in, you find the three projects used for the Sympa translation:​
  
-    ​* Sympa user interface: All the web interface and the messages, either sent by mail or displayed in logs; + * Sympa user interface: All the web interface and the messages, either sent by mail or displayed in logs; 
-    * Sympa online help: The help sections displayed by the web interface. + * Sympa online help: The help sections displayed by the web interface. 
-    * Terminology:​ A set of frequently used word upon which translators **must** agree prior to start translating anything else in Sympa;+ * Terminology:​ A set of frequently used word upon which translators **must** agree prior to start translating anything else in Sympa;
  
-{{wiki:​01-pootle-home.png|Pootle home page}}+{{wiki:​01-pootle-projects-new.png?768|Translation projects}}
  
 ==== Choose a language ==== ==== Choose a language ====
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 When you click on a project name, a page is displayed showing all the sub-project,​ one by language, hosted in the site. They are displayed in a table whose columns give details about how much work has been done for each language already. When you click on a project name, a page is displayed showing all the sub-project,​ one by language, hosted in the site. They are displayed in a table whose columns give details about how much work has been done for each language already.
  
-{{wiki:​02-pootle-langs.png|Pootle langs presentation in a project}}+{{wiki:​02-pootle-langs-new.png?768|Pootle langs presentation in a project}}
  
 ==== Go to the editing functions ==== ==== Go to the editing functions ====
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 In this page, by clicking on the language name, you will reach yet another page which is the true entry point to translation. This page contains informations about each file of the project. In this page, by clicking on the language name, you will reach yet another page which is the true entry point to translation. This page contains informations about each file of the project.
    
-{{wiki:​03-pootle-project.png|Project home page for a specified lang}}+{{wiki:​03-pootle-project-new.png?768|Project home page for a specified lang}}
  
 If you selected "​Browse"​ in the top menu, you can see several links. Shortly: If you selected "​Browse"​ in the top menu, you can see several links. Shortly:
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   * you can use the "​search"​ form to go directly to a particular string you want to translate.   * you can use the "​search"​ form to go directly to a particular string you want to translate.
  
-{{wiki:​04-pootle-edit_functions.png|Project editing function}}+<​!-- ​{{wiki:​04-pootle-edit_functions.png|Project editing function}} ​-->
  
 ==== Translate ==== ==== Translate ====
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 If you selected "​Translate"​ in the top menu, at the preceding step, you will reach a page similar to the one below: If you selected "​Translate"​ in the top menu, at the preceding step, you will reach a page similar to the one below:
  
-{{wiki:​05-pootle-translate.png|Project translation}}+{{wiki:​05-pootle-translate-new.png?768|Project translation}}
  
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 ==== Updating an existing PO file ==== ==== Updating an existing PO file ====
  
-Let's consider Sympa was previously translated in your language and you wish to update the translations (translating new strings, updating changed translations,​ fixing errors,​...). You should download the latest version of the PO file from the [[https://guthub.com/​sympa-community/​sympa|source repository]]. Your favourite PO editor will help you find the untranslated and fuzzy strings.+Let's consider Sympa was previously translated in your language and you wish to update the translations (translating new strings, updating changed translations,​ fixing errors,​...). You should download the latest version of the PO file from the [[https://github.com/​sympa-community/​sympa|source repository]]. Your favourite PO editor will help you find the untranslated and fuzzy strings.
  
 <!-- Once you have finished the translation job you should send the new PO file to [[sympa-authors@renater.fr]]. --> <!-- Once you have finished the translation job you should send the new PO file to [[sympa-authors@renater.fr]]. -->
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 ===== Translating Sympa for a new language ===== ===== Translating Sympa for a new language =====
  
-The only extra job, compared to PO updates, is to create a new PO file. Download the latest version of the sympa.pot file from our [[https://guthub.com/​sympa-community/​sympa|source repository]]. Rename sympa.pot to LL.po (where LL is gettext locale name of your language) and initialize the headers (manually or via your PO editor).+The only extra job, compared to PO updates, is to create a new PO file. Download the latest version of the sympa.pot file from our [[https://github.com/​sympa-community/​sympa|source repository]]. Rename sympa.pot to LL.po (where LL is gettext locale name of your language) and initialize the headers (manually or via your PO editor).
  
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