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Mazze

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on: January 04, 2021, 12:49:40 PM
I've created a script which compares the required version (i.e. the version which an application/module etc. tries to open) with the version of the existing CT files. The result is in this table:

https://github.com/aros-translation-team/translations/wiki/Progress

The following cases are highlighted:
  • n/a i.e. CT misses at all
  • version in existing CT file is lower than the required version

It might be a bit difficult to participate if you haven't worked with Git before but alternatively you can send your CT files to our Slack channel.



Telematix

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Reply #1 on: January 04, 2021, 07:28:24 PM
I have been playing with flexcat and I have several questions.

When the ct file has been generated via flexcat (flexcat keyshow.cd NEWCTFILE=spanish.ct) it has the following header:

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## version $VER: <name>.catalog <ver>.<rev> (04.01.2021)
## language nolanguage
## codeset 0
;
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Those values <ver>.<rev> are the version and revision of the CT file for the languaje or are the values of the application being localized?
If the latter, how can I get the right values?



Mazze

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Reply #2 on: January 04, 2021, 08:43:46 PM
The <ver> part must match with version which the application tries to open. You can find the value either in the column "Required Version" in the table which I've linked above, our you can look in the git repository. For keyshow it would be https://github.com/aros-translation-team/keyshow. You can find in the file "catalog_version.h" the right version number.
The <rev> part starts for new CT files with 0 and should be increased every time the CT file is updated.



Telematix

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Reply #3 on: January 08, 2021, 10:05:22 PM
I have updated several files and created a few more that were missing on the spanish catalog.

What should I do to commit the changes?



Mazze

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Reply #4 on: January 09, 2021, 01:40:16 PM
The catalogs are in Git repositories at https://github.com/aros-translation-team

There are 3 possibilities:
a) You tell me your Github user name. I'll invite you. You can work directly with the Git repositories.

b) You create Github forks of the catalog repositories and create pull requests.

c) You send the CT files to mrustler  gmx de