Subject: Re: About Finnish translations.
To: Daniel de Kok <email@example.com>
From: Amokrun <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/19/2004 01:02:15
Few things that came up. I'd like to ask before doing anything, as I
couldn't find an answer from the translation guide.
First of all, I'm assuming that the .xml files are the ones that need to
be translated and then converted into .html. Is the conversion process
handled automatically, or do I need to process them first locally and then
commit the resulting .html files?
The reason for asking has to do with the fact that the process of
converting the files seems to not work perfectly on most OSes I tried, not
including NetBSD. Few Linux systems simply couldn't process the Makefile
and the only BSD machine I had access to at the moment (running OpenBSD)
generated quite strange error messages. Even after playing with symbolic
links in order to get the make script to find everything, the parser
couldn't process the .xml files.
Does everyone else use NetBSD system for the conversion process, or am I
simply doing something wrong?
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