The latest message after installation - where can I translate it?
malditoastur at gmail.com
Mon Oct 5 14:17:08 BST 2009
Hi to all
When I need to find or correct a string, I download the language pack
After that, I uncompress the package, and search the desired string with
find . -type f | xargs grep 'the_string_you_want'
....Sometimes is very useful to find quickly untranslated strings.
The only problem is that downloading the package you can find a lot of
*.po files, but not all of them.
i.e: for en_GB language, the folder contains 1116 files, and at least
karmic translations are 1638 files. So you can't find 522 files on it.
"debian-installer" or "bootloader" are two of them...
It would be great if exists the possibility of download the whole
package. Then you would find all strings you need to translate. ¿It's
possible to do that? (Maybe is a better way to do it, but i didn't know
El llu, 05-10-2009 a les 11:47 +0200, Mikel Pascual escribió:
> oh, you're right.
> I remembered it being in deb-inst, but it's indeed in ubiquity-debconf
> On Mon, Oct 5, 2009 at 11:38 AM, Bruno Patri <bruno.patri at gmail.com>
> Le lundi 5 octobre 2009 11:33:35, Ricardo Pérez López a
> écrit :
> > El lun, 05-10-2009 a las 11:27 +0200, Mikel Pascual
> > > that's in debian-installer. Download the po file, and
> there'll you
> > > find it
> Hi Ricardo,
> This is in ubiquity-debconf template:
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