Firefox OS 1.4 branched: 1.4: releases/gaia-l10n/v1_4, 2.0: /gaia-l10n

Hi,

I've just branched the 1.4 efforts for Firefox OS.

The /gaia-l10n repos you worked on for the past 12 weeks are now aiming 
at Firefox OS 2.0, for at least 6 weeks.

Your work and fixes for 1.4 shall go to /releases/gaia-l10n/v1_4/.

I've migrated your work for 1.4 onto those repositories, unless you're 
petercg or civas, you guys landed stuff on those repos, you'll figure it 
out.

If you've pushed in the past hour, I might not have it.

I'll follow up when I have pushed the update to en-US.

Axel
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.... and I just pushed 2.0 to /gaia-l10n/en-US.

350/60 strings, and I'd recommend that you look at the facebook stuff 
first, because those just moved from being part of one to being their 
own new file.

Flod, Theo, more tips and tricks? (Asking the two, because they 
translated 2.0 behind the scenes in the last 6 weeks)

Axel

On 4/29/14 2:21 PM, Axel Hecht wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I've just branched the 1.4 efforts for Firefox OS.
>
> The /gaia-l10n repos you worked on for the past 12 weeks are now aiming
> at Firefox OS 2.0, for at least 6 weeks.
>
> Your work and fixes for 1.4 shall go to /releases/gaia-l10n/v1_4/.
>
> I've migrated your work for 1.4 onto those repositories, unless you're
> petercg or civas, you guys landed stuff on those repos, you'll figure it
> out.
>
> If you've pushed in the past hour, I might not have it.
>
> I'll follow up when I have pushed the update to en-US.
>
> Axel

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Axel
4/30/2014 5:43:10 PM
Il 30/04/14 19:43, Axel Hecht ha scritto:
> Flod, Theo, more tips and tricks? (Asking the two, because they 
> translated 2.0 behind the scenes in the last 6 weeks)
Some notes from what I remember:

  * there are some empty manifest.properties files (e.g. /callscreen).
    It's expected (there are no strings to localize at the moment), you
    need those file to make tools happy.
  * shared/facebook/facebook.properties used to be
    apps/communications/contacts/fb/facebook.properties in 1.4, you can
    just move the file in the new position (if you work directly on
    Mercurial).
  * there's one group of strings changed without new ID, the original
    en-US message seemed clear enough
    https://hg.mozilla.org/gaia-l10n/en-US/rev/edf4078db9bb
     From a quick look at Transvision most locales seem already correct,
    but you may want to double check that.

Francesco

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Francesco
4/30/2014 7:06:24 PM
On 4/30/14 9:06 PM, Francesco Lodolo [:flod] wrote:
> Il 30/04/14 19:43, Axel Hecht ha scritto:
>> Flod, Theo, more tips and tricks? (Asking the two, because they
>> translated 2.0 behind the scenes in the last 6 weeks)
> Some notes from what I remember:
>
>   * there are some empty manifest.properties files (e.g. /callscreen).
>     It's expected (there are no strings to localize at the moment), you
>     need those file to make tools happy.
>   * shared/facebook/facebook.properties used to be
>     apps/communications/contacts/fb/facebook.properties in 1.4, you can
>     just move the file in the new position (if you work directly on
>     Mercurial).

Feel free to ping one of us if you'd like help with moving the file.

Or just

hg mv  apps/communications/contacts/fb/facebook.properties 
shared/facebook/facebook.properties

Axel
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Axel
4/30/2014 8:36:36 PM
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