[Psi-Devel] Git language archives online
schwarzerf at gmail.com
Sat Sep 5 18:04:23 PDT 2009
just to keep you posted.
I uploaded the l10n archives some time ago and just ran my update scripts
successfully for the first time.
Author: Script Kiddy Jr <scripty-jr at psi-im.org>
Date: Sun Sep 6 00:41:43 2009 +0200
The access control is quite strict now (I hope) since I don't get it all
completely as yet. Only scripty-jr (a system user that runs lupdate) and I
have write access. I have to figure out, how to control who can do non-
fast-forward commits before I can open it for other people.
However, feel free to clone all languages and have a look at it (... and
make suggestions if you like).
git clone git://pv.et-inf.fho-emden.de/git/psi-l10n-all-ro
git submodule init
git submodule update
or clone single languages with
git clone git://pv.et-inf.fho-emden.de/git/psi-l10n-xx
where "xx" is your language code, e.g.
git clone git://pv.et-inf.fho-emden.de/git/psi-l10n-de
The lupdate script will from now on be run every Monday at 00:05 CET, so
Sunday night if you want to say it like that.
(If someone knows how to start a cronjob after the hwclock, please tell me.
Then the cronjob will follow GMT.)
If you want to work on your language, you can just commit to your local Git
archive, create a patch with "git format-patch origin" (one file per commit
is created) and send these files to me.
It is a good habit to keep the first line of the commit message in English
because it might be shown in applications and email subject lines which
might have problems with characters other than ASCII.
If you are not familiar with Git yet, clone nevertheless and then send the
files you modified.
If you do not have the possibility to clone with Git, say so. Currently
there is no way of accessing the files without Git but I am planning to use
gitweb as a web frontend which would make it possible to download the files
with your webbrowser.
I will write some tutorials on how to use Git here soon but not today and
put them to the wiki. :)
Note that this is all pretty basic now but will hopefully evolve over time.
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