[wp-polyglots] Still some issues packaging

Mark Thomas Gazel markgazel at gmail.com
Thu Jun 24 19:32:10 UTC 2010

I guess you're right.

When choosing:


The Project dropdown gives me two options:

Development (trunk)
3.0 and 3.0.x

The suggested filename in both cases is:


That sounds a little too experimental or like a nightly build. Of
course I could change the filename, but it I just want plain 3.0.

Why isn't branch an option under Project? Or something similar.

It seems like Subversion-options works the way I expect. But since the
.po-files comes from Subversion and not GP I have to manually export
the .po-file from GP and upload it to the /tags 3.0 folder.

And then build the package.

I could probabaly make that work, but it seems a little backward.

I do remember you writing, that I should import the .po into the 3.0
project. But that seems a little backward too.

So should I just export from GP and upload to subversion and then package?



2010/6/24 Nikolay Bachiyski <nb at nikolay.bg>:
> On Thu, Jun 24, 2010 at 10:52, Mark Thomas Gazel <markgazel at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi
>> I've managed to hardcode the /dist-files with the danish translation.
>> Then I branched and tagged the trunk folder into branches/3.0 and tags/3.0.
>> Eagerly I went to da.wordpress.org and made the package. Settings chosen:
>> translate.wordpress.org (dist/ files will still be taken from Subversion)
>> ---
>> Locale-branch:
>> tags/3.0
>> ---
>> Project:
>> Blank
> Why do you use a blank project? This is where the translations will be
> taken from and it makes sense that you get a Invalid source error.
> Happy translating,
> Nikolay
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