[kde-edu]: update kvtml files via internet
fadef at gmx.de
Thu Jan 24 13:01:08 CET 2008
once more about kvtml. The most kvtml will evolve over time thus new
vocabularies will be added.
So here it comes... I'm learning russian in a course and once I had my laptop
with me and worked with parley. So everybody said wow cooool what is this
where can I get it? well that's no problem.
But the problem is with changes in the kvtml file like spelling errors AND
keeping the current grade of the lesson.
I don't know if anybody thought about this problem?
well I know that diff and merge are really powerfull but this won't do,
because of spelling mistakes: If I trained a word with the wrong spelling -
the corrected version sould loose all grades and practiced/wrong counts!
my Idea: extend the kvtml format with:
html link to latest version
uniqe identifier for each entry
download latest version,
compare each entry with same identifier
-- if change in vocabulary or prounaciation or wordtype don't transfer the
grades and wrong counts
-- else transfer ranking
replace old file with new one...
Well this will probably lead to some confusion if a well know vocabulary in
last grade moves down to last one, because of a unimportant spellingmistke in
the prounanciation but that's live.
Although this deletes of course all user changes - so we need another way to
let the user interact with the maintainer to EASILY report spelling errors.
Oh damm I just realized that there is a "merge" menu entry in parley is this
one supposed to Do what i described above???
So well I just want to share my voc files easily with friends to they can
pratice easily on their own. (they have (NO)^100 clue about what
kernel/*nux/kde is so they will have to wail till all apps will run unter
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