Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 635293
Translation pull-in request
Last modified: 2012-08-16 15:55:50 EDT
Please pull in latest translations to easy Fedora 13 -> 14 upgrades. Thank you.
...and allow beta testing for translations too :-)
(In reply to comment #0)
> Please pull in latest translations to easy Fedora 13 -> 14 upgrades. Thank you.
I've got no idea what that means.
I made and submitted czech (cs.po) preupgrade translations of PO files for F13/14 (via translate.fedoraproject.org) in few past weeks, but the preupgrade-1.1.8-1-fc13 I'm trying to use in my up-to-date F13 installation has no czech translations bundled in at all. So I'm asking to pull in current translations (ie into the current preupgrade package) to benefit from latest translations work (for all languages of course). This may be a bug in your build process though.
Could you please pull the translations now, for F13 and F14 packages?
You just need to run
tx pull -af
And than update the package, not so hard, is it?
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