[CentOS-docs] Anaconda Slides Translations

Thu Jan 22 16:18:32 UTC 2009
Alain Reguera Delgado <al at ciget.cienfuegos.cu>

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Ralph Angenendt wrote:
> Alain Reguera Delgado wrote:
>> I'll start pointing translation paths to 5 in the rendering environment
>> to start rendering.
> What would be more important for me at the moment (well, after you did
> that) is a short HowTo which I can give to the translators.
> Let me see:
> ----%<----%<----%<----%<----%<----%<----%<----%<----%<----%<----%<
> svn co https://projects.centos.org/svn/artwork/
> cd artwork/trunk/Translations/6/Themes/Anaconda/Progress/Slides-1/$lang

Here we change that 6 to a 5 (we are translating CentOS-5 not 6).
Something like:

cd artwork/trunk/Translations/5/Themes/Anaconda/Progress/Slides-1/$lang

> vim *.sed
> Add to those sed files 
> s/=TITLE=/Willkommen bei CentOS =VERSION=!/
> s/=TEXT1=/Your text here =VERSION=!/
> And so on up to TEXT6 (and look in ../../Slides-1/$lang for what is
> there now.
> Do that for all slides.
> Add s!=VERSION=!5! to the end of all files. Add
> s!=URL=!http://www.centos.org/! to all files also?
> Don't remove the line with IMAGEFILENAME if it is there?

They should be only present in Slides-2 translations.

> cd artwork/trunk/Themes/TreeFlower/Anaconda/Progress/Slides-2
> Run "render.sh $lang"
> cd artwork/
> svn commit
> ----%<----%<----%<----%<----%<----%<----%<----%<----%<----%<----%<
> Is that halfways correct? 

Yes. That should work.

> The paths are still wrong in the svg files, that has to be fixed
> also - except if you are able to render *all* files with the correct
> char sets.
> It still tries to look for files under /home/al/Desktop/CentOS
> Can we correct that somehow?

Yes. I'll try to fix that before anything else.

> Oh, and the colors are *way* off after I rendered. See here:
> <http://oerks.de/~ralph/broken.png> - is that because of the broken
> image path?

I think so. That should be the background image path that is broken.

> Do I see it correctly that I only need to edit the stuff under Slides-1
> and it automatically renders that text into Slides-2 also?

Yes that's it. Slides-2 images use the text translations in Slides-1
plus those in Slides-2 (after Slides-1's has been applied).

Best Regards,
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Alain Reguera Delgado <al at ciget.cienfuegos.cu>
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