New i18n repositories
mg at lazybytes.net
Sun Jul 26 05:35:08 CDT 2009
Martin Geisler <mg at lazybytes.net> writes:
> Hi everybody,
> I've moved the repositories for i18n updates:
> * http://bitbucket.org/mg/hg-i18n-stable/
> * http://bitbucket.org/mg/hg-i18n/
I suggest waiting a little bit before you begin updating your
translation for the hg-i18n repo.
A couple of weeks ago, I changed all the strings in crew to fit in 78
characters (f8e25885d975 and the following commits).
A week later, that change was made obsolete with the new minirst parser
for docstrings (c9c7e8cdac9c). I therefore re-wrapped everything at the
original 70 characters yesterday (16f4cfc69e4f), but those changes are
still in crew. They will enter hg-i18n when Matt pulls them into his
Now that we're using reST syntax for the docstrings, you no longer have
to break the lines at 70 or 78 characters -- it will be done on display.
You still have to be careful about the indentation, though.
The small '::' that you see sprinkled around here and there are also
important: they mark the following block as a literal block. So please
double-check your translations to make sure you and minirst agree :-)
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