[vbox-dev] The documentation is translated into French
mengualjeanphi at free.fr
Thu Feb 14 11:50:24 PST 2013
On Wednesday 13 Feb 2013 à 19:55:25 (+0100), Klaus Espenlaub wrote:
> On 13.02.2013 18:58, Sérgio Basto wrote:
> > Hi,
> > On Seg, 2013-02-11 at 15:48 +0100, Klaus Espenlaub wrote:
> >> https://www.virtualbox.org/vbox/log/trunk/doc/manual?format=rss&limit=300&mode=stop_on_copy
> > This link doesn't work
> > I see https://www.virtualbox.org/browser/vbox/trunk/doc/manual
> > but not rss form
> Sorry about the incorrect URL. The correct one is
Ah great! Indeed it didn't work but I thought it was that no changes were done,
hence not results. Now it works. It'll be more confortable to follow future
changes and apply them in the translation.
> > Seems that only timeline could have rss
> > https://www.virtualbox.org/timeline?ticket=on&repo-kBuild=on&repo-kStuff=on&repo-vbox=on&max=50&authors=&daysback=90&format=rss
> > Never understand why this trac don't have the links and possibilities
> > like others , I have to see in other trac what are the commands and copy
> > to VirtualBox trac.
> Me neither, have to ask someone who's currently on vacation why so many
> useful features are suppressed. They're all there, just hidden. I guess
> that it was an attempt to reduce the server CPU load, which should be
> far less of an issue since the migration.
> > we on rpmfusion already export french UserManual
> > rpm -ql VirtualBox | grep UserManual
> > /usr/share/doc/VirtualBox-4.2.6/UserManual.pdf
> > /usr/share/doc/VirtualBox-4.2.6/UserManual_fr_FR.pdf
> I guess that's the previous (incomplete) translation. Jean-Phillipe's
> new translation is for VirtualBox trunk, so has already some content
> which doesn't apply to 4.2.x.
Indeed. The translation has been started 2 years ago, but up-to-date now. One of
my problems was to decide to synchronize with some stable or svn release; I
choosed svn release. Now all future stable releases will have some proper
translation. The existing fr_FR contains files translated for an old
VirtualBox, older than 4.0 if I remember.
> Really looking forward to having the French manual as part of the next
> major release, and once we streamlined the processes more I hope it's
> actually possible without significant further effort to "backport" the
> translation to 4.2.x.
> We're appreciating every contribution which improves VirtualBox and
> provides value to its users, from translating the GUI or manual to
> providing well-done packages.
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