[wp-hackers] translate.wordpress.org for plugins?
burobjorn at gmail.com
Tue Jan 18 09:51:00 UTC 2011
Note to self and perhaps other developers dealing with new versions and
translations. You may look into msgmerge (msgmerge is part of the GNU
gettext package) for dealing with new translations while using the old
translations as well. E.g.
msgmerge last-translation.po new-messages-list.pot > new-translation.po
See for more on msgmerge:
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On 12/10/2010 01:46 PM, Milan Dinić wrote:
> See my post on this issue:
> If you are interested, join the discussion.
> 2010/11/29 José Fontainhas<jfontainhas at gmail.com>
>> Remember that you can always download and install your very own GlotPress:
>> On 29 November 2010 05:30, Andrew Nacin<wp at andrewnacin.com> wrote:
>>> On Sun, Nov 28, 2010 at 5:52 PM, Alex Hempton-Smith<
>> hempsworth at gmail.com>wrote:
>>>> There are some plugins at [
>>>> http://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins], all from the
>>>> team it looks like.
>>>> Is there a timeline for when plugins hosted at wordpress.org can opt-in
>>>> be included at translate.wordpress.org? I'd really like an easy
>>>> like this for people to translate my plugin [
>>> There's no timeline, but this is something on the roadmap long-term.
>>> The only plugins on there currently are the importers, which until 3.0
>>> in core. They're still maintained by the core team.
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