Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 889031
[FJ] Website should indicate whether a translation is older than the doc in the source language
Last modified: 2013-12-18 21:46:52 EST
Description of problem:
When a document has not been translated into a particular language, the menus of a Publican-generated website in that language point to the document in its source language and mark it as untranslated. However, documents that *have* been translated might not be up-to-date with the source language, perhaps significantly so.
The menus should indicate when a translated document is based on a version of the source document older than the one currently on the site.
This requires a database change as the DB does not currently contain this information.
Something like these might help:
HSS-QE has reviewed and declined this request. QE for this bug will be handled by IED.
Initial code changes done and checked in, need to agree on wording, layout, and exactly which labels will get modified.
Code, pot & po updates, and initial style checked in. Translations will need to be synced with Zanata.
Doesn't work in publican-3.9.9-0.fc19.t18.noarch -- I installed the RHEL Power Management Guide:
* version 1.0-25 in English
* version 1.0-23.1 in Japanese
No annotation appeared on the Japanese page
(In reply to Ruediger Landmann from comment #6)
> Doesn't work in publican-3.9.9-0.fc19.t18.noarch -- I installed the RHEL
> Power Management Guide:
> * version 1.0-25 in English
> * version 1.0-23.1 in Japanese
> No annotation appeared on the Japanese page
Moar information. Links to site displaying issue. Links to builds.
Did you build these from the original sources or from tarballs created from previous releases?
Tarballs from previous releases; I'll test the other scenario too.
Verified that this feature works in publican-3.9.9-0.fc19.t18.noarch as expected with packages built from source (rather than repackaged)