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Re: 1.1 at transifex

Reply #15
Finished the translation of the danish 1.1 language pack.

By the way: the language downloader on the site still sends you 1.0.10 language pack and not the ones from 1.1 is this intended?

I recon you will want to add a dropdown at some point as more versions becomes available to download for 1.0.x -> 1.1.x -> 1.2.x etc

Or alternatively if you never overwrite strings in new versions but only add new ones, should just be able to have only 1 pack that also works for older versions. This is my preferred option, as more and more versions will become available it will quickly become a convoluted mess to manage multiple packs across different versions.

Re: 1.1 at transifex

Reply #16
Not sure If we can use the 1.1 files for 1.0, I feel there might be incompatible changes (no just deleted strings) inside the files..
I'll update the transifex config and the  zip file build soon, not sure how to do so *LOL*  
Thorsten "TE" Eurich
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Re: 1.1 at transifex

Reply #17
Validation.english.php
Code: [Select]
The %1$s field can only contain letters & dashes.

& ? maybe "and"?
Sorry for my English

 

Re: 1.1 at transifex

Reply #18
..so the result is pretty crappy, because everything is marked as translated even though it is not. :-\
Yep, that's what I discovered via file upload / browser , too.. We can't push all files, only fully translated or we'll get crap..
We were looking at the from the wrong side!
Instead of create a new repository for the new version, we create a repository for the old one and use the old repository for the newest version!
So we have the "main repo" that always contains master and several "archive 1.0", "archive 1.1", "archive x.y" with the old versions!
The main repo gets autoupdates and is always in sync and the strings are properly marked as translated/not translated, the old archives... who cares, are just for the history!
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