The KDE project which touches Localization [l10n] (and Internationalization [i18n])
Sat, Aug 10
How does this ‘fix’ https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=198872?
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Dec 17 2018
Human's life is short. Can we have a "grace" period (say 3 years)?
Dec 16 2018
I still object to this being merged, the actual problem has to be fixed, not workarounded in every single app.
QLocale().toString is the only thing that currently works. No other ways, like the recommended  ki18n*() with subs() or another formatting, do work.
Dec 5 2018
Uhm, the review landed already in the previous version (before some comments) and on master?
If this is targeted to Applications/18.12 as I think it is, the doc change would break the freeze. I'd suggest to leave out index.docbook from this change, and only fix it after merging the change into the master branch.
Use cmake versioning
(if you want more time to think about this, given that the tagging of Applications 18.12 is tomorrow, I'd suggest to bump the version to 2.1 on the Applications/18.12 branch now anyway)
The version should be definitely increased at this point.
As the new de-facto maintainer, I'd say that you can bump the version to whatever version you want.
Please change the version in DocBook as well
Dec 2 2018
Dead runners will surely be empty on the first load. You could still have had a locale change then.
Dec 1 2018
Nov 14 2018
No time and insight, sorry.
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Oct 1 2018
What about a reservation system within lokalize, a coordinator would be able to update a reservation status on each file from the Project View then commit the reservations to SVN.
Sep 29 2018
For me seems ok now.
Memory leak fix + limit to one KProcess at a time
Otherwise all seems ok for me.
Sep 28 2018
Sep 27 2018
I've made the following changes :
- Moved the config from project to application
- Set up default values for the command lines
- Gray out the option in the editor tab when pology is disabled
- Add a pop-up on success (else you don't know when it's over)
- Redirect error messages
- Escaping the file names with double-quotes (maybe that's where your problem is coming from, now the command line is output if you launch from a terminal so you should be able to try the command manually)
Sep 26 2018
As for displaying the results, having a separate ‘Pology results’ pane showing the results would be nice (click on an error to jump to the message with the error).
Thanks for adding support for this!
Removed useless condition