where is the source?

Otto Kekäläinen ottolist at kekalainen.net
Wed Jan 12 14:30:22 CST 2005

> > > So, where is the source?
> >
> > It's spread over a number of source packages; the list is long. We are
> > going to be importing the installer's strings into Rosetta in the near
> > future, though, so if you could be patient for a little longer then that
> > will probably be simplest.
> >
> > If you really want the source packages, look through all the package
> > names in the Packages files in /dists/hoary/main/debian-installer/ and
> > do 'apt-get source' on a hoary system for all of them.
> In other words:
> wget -q -O-
> http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/hoary/main/debian-installer/binary-i
>386/Packages.bz2 | bunzip2 | grep-dctrl -nsPackage '' | xargs apt-get source

Ok, thanks. It's quite a few packages, and all the .po are scattered around, 
but yes this is basicly what I wanted to find.

I already know what the strings are that need translations, so maybe I'll try 
to do some "cat *.po | grep <string>" -script in order to find the exact 

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