Disappearing translations and maintaining consistency over branches
edi.werner at gmx.de
Sun Nov 28 16:04:22 GMT 2021
Dnja 28.11.21 16:29:12 CET, Karl Ove Hufthammer napisa:
> Edward Wornar skreiv 28.11.2021 15:08:
> > Good points. I tried summit yesterday and it seemed to work. But a mail
> > from the server this morning told me that I had commited a directory
> > $KDEREPO/trunk/l10-kf5/hsb/messages/emplates
> > (yes, emplates) where the whole directory tree got duplicated and
> > submitted/ added once more.
> > I haven't edited any of the files - I have only set KDEREPO and L10NLANG -
> > and just followed the instructions on the web page so I am not sure what
> > has happened (it looks like a typo in a script to me). Does anybody have
> > an idea what has happened here?
> Hmm, strange. I have just tried running an
> posummit scripts/messages.summit hsb scatter
BTW\ This command only works when I am in $KDEREPO/trunk/l10nsupport
And yes, it regenerated 'emplates' again (which I have deleted meanwhile).
Her is a snippet of the output from scatter, emplates start with phonon-
<+ /home/edi/kderepo/trunk/l10n-kf5/hsb/messages/yakuake/yakuake.po hsb/
Just to check (~/kderepo is my $KDEREPO):
edi at stary-mak:~/kderepo$ find ./ -iname emplates
> operation, and everything worked fine. And the scatter operation is the
> only operation that should add files to ‘$KDEREPO/trunk/l10-kf5/hsb/‘.
> What is the output of ‘svn status’ when you‘re at the top-level folder
> (kde/) before and after running the scatter operation?
Right now, after yesterday's scatter it says:
edi at stary-mak:~/kderepo$ svn status
> The only other thing I can think of, is that the folders somehow got
> accidently created when you ran the original bash commands. Do you use
> bash or a different shell (e.g. dash). What does ‘echo $SHELL’ return?
I never use anything else.
Thanks for your help, more of it is appreciated ...
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