[Libreoffice] LibreOffice WikiHelp

Christian Lohmaier lohmaier at googlemail.com
Fri Nov 26 05:04:31 PST 2010

Hi David, *,

On Fri, Nov 26, 2010 at 1:56 PM, David Nelson <commerce at traduction.biz> wrote:
> On Fri, Nov 26, 2010 at 20:42, Christian Lohmaier
> <lohmaier at googlemail.com> wrote:
>> No - english (en_US) is defined within the sources, so english is the
>> "master language" and no translation.
>> But there is en_UK (but for most of the string it of course just falls
>> back to en-US)
> So where would the "root" editing of the source text be done?

In the actual sources, in git.
For help it would be
for other stuff like UI strings in the corresponding files that define
a dialog/the corresponding menu-entry.

> Where is
> the "definitive" version of the source texts that serves as the
> reference for all the international translations?

In the sources of LO.

> (Actually, I think that's the question currently being discussed in
> this thread...

Nope, the question is here on how to make helpcontent (that is usually
shipped with the product, i.e. what you get when you press <F1>) also
available on the web (as the current windows installer doesn't include
help at all)

> Hope you'll please excuse the redundant questions, I'm
> just trying to get up to speed.)
> (BTW, *where* is this Pootle web to be found?)

It would help to write why the answer:

http://pootle.documentfoundation.org/ (alias
http://translations.documentfoundation.org/ )

didn't make you happy...


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