Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 248345
Last modified: 2007-07-30 10:44:28 EDT
Is there an automatic rebuild for localized web page?
I commited some fixes 24H ago and I can't see its.
Alain, can you be more specific on which module you saw this and what times did
I was talking about translate.fpo, so, when I said "automatic rebuild for
localized web page", I was talking about the french version of the web site.
I just check now, I can't see changes I made yesterday
I just have tagged fr.po as LIVE.
Please check it again in a hour.
Now it's ok, I can see my last change.
But you don't answer my question ;-)
Are web pages automaticaly rebuild or its needed a human action?
Oups, I don't see it wasn't Dimitri speaking ;-)
Nowadays that needs a manual action.
For you tag your PO file as LIVE and it to be available at translation.fp.o in
little time, you need to follow some steps:
msgfmt -c <language>.po (certify that there are no errors in your PO file)
cvs ci -m "Log Message" <language>.po (commit it)
cvs tag -F LIVE <language>.po (tag as LIVE)
I guess Dimitris can have more information about automatic update translation of
our web site.
I don't understand, should I have to tag as LIVE everything I commit?
No. You *only* must do tag as LIVE the translate.fp.o PO file. You have to do
that temporarily until our system to be able to do itself.
My question was a little buggy ;-)
Should I have to tag as LIVE the fr.po file after everytime I commited it?
Everytime you commit fr.po for translate.fp.o *module*, you need to do the steps
said above in comment #6. So, in some minutes the web site will be with the last
version of french translation available for french users.
All modules, except the translate.fp.o module, doesn't need be tagged as LIVE.
I hope I'm more clear to you now. :)
Yes, now, it's clear ;-)
We should really try to put everything that could be useful to more than 1
people on the wiki, so that we can point there in the next occasion.
Alain, since you got the problem solved, maybe you could please publish these
info on the wiki? I think /wiki/L10N/Tools#Website is the place. Me (and
hopefully Diego too) will jump right in and add any information that might be