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Czech and Chinese webpages

Francisco Vila
Hello,

two new languages are ready to show at the web page.  Translator Pavel
Fric has completed the site and and, partially, the learning manual;
Ben Luo has translated most of node names and relevant strings.  The
code compiles perfectly in the lilypond/translation branch.  I am
hesitant to push this into master prematurely.  Is there a way of
reviewing both pages publicly as they currently are on its branch?

The merge of the branch into master works well in my system.

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Francisco Vila
2011/2/5 Francisco Vila <[hidden email]>:

> Hello,
>
> two new languages are ready to show at the web page.  Translator Pavel
> Fric has completed the site and and, partially, the learning manual;
> Ben Luo has translated most of node names and relevant strings.  The
> code compiles perfectly in the lilypond/translation branch.  I am
> hesitant to push this into master prematurely.  Is there a way of
> reviewing both pages publicly as they currently are on its branch?
>
> The merge of the branch into master works well in my system.
>

In the meantime:

  - we need to complete the 'translations = {' dictionary in
scripts/build/create-weblinks.py for the keys 'zh' and 'cs'.
  - the 'search' string in search-box.ihtml in zh/ and cs/ (copy it
from Documentation/ )
  - fill in the skeleton of zh/web/download.itexi at least, maybe others.

Thank you!
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Francisco Vila
2011/2/5 Francisco Vila <[hidden email]>:

> 2011/2/5 Francisco Vila <[hidden email]>:
>> Hello,
>>
>> two new languages are ready to show at the web page.  Translator Pavel
>> Fric has completed the site and and, partially, the learning manual;
>> Ben Luo has translated most of node names and relevant strings.  The
>> code compiles perfectly in the lilypond/translation branch.  I am
>> hesitant to push this into master prematurely.  Is there a way of
>> reviewing both pages publicly as they currently are on its branch?
>>
>> The merge of the branch into master works well in my system.
>>
>
> In the meantime:
>
>  - we need to complete the 'translations = {' dictionary in
> scripts/build/create-weblinks.py for the keys 'zh' and 'cs'.
>  - the 'search' string in search-box.ihtml in zh/ and cs/ (copy it
> from Documentation/ )
>  - fill in the skeleton of zh/web/download.itexi at least, maybe others.

Almost forgot: also add completion of
Documentation/lilypond-texi2html.init for $LY_LANGUAGES->{'cs'} and
$LANGUAGES->{'cs'} to the above list.
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Ben Luo
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Hi Francisco,

On Sat, Feb 5, 2011 at 5:40 PM, Francisco Vila <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>  - we need to complete the 'translations = {' dictionary in
> scripts/build/create-weblinks.py for the keys 'zh' and 'cs'.
>  - the 'search' string in search-box.ihtml in zh/ and cs/ (copy it
> from Documentation/ )
>  - fill in the skeleton of zh/web/download.itexi at least, maybe others.

I have sent three files in the past. What can I do now?

benluo


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Francisco Vila
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2011/2/5 Graham Percival <[hidden email]>:
> On Sat, Feb 05, 2011 at 10:25:35AM +0100, Francisco Vila wrote:
>> Is there a way of
>> reviewing both pages publicly as they currently are on its branch?
>

OK, here is a preview.
http://paconet.org/lilypond/out-website/website/index.html

May I merge and push?

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Francisco Vila
2011/2/5 Francisco Vila <[hidden email]>:
> 2011/2/5 Graham Percival <[hidden email]>:
>> On Sat, Feb 05, 2011 at 10:25:35AM +0100, Francisco Vila wrote:
>>> Is there a way of
>>> reviewing both pages publicly as they currently are on its branch?
>>
>
> OK, here is a preview.
> http://paconet.org/lilypond/out-website/website/index.html
>

Here http://paconet.org/lilypond/out-website/website/easier-editing.cs.html
and here http://paconet.org/lilypond/out-website/website/fdl.zh.html
we can see some mistakes.  Probably a missing @divEnd in the previous
section or something.

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Francisco Vila
2011/2/5 Werner LEMBERG <[hidden email]>:

>
>> Here
>> http://paconet.org/lilypond/out-website/website/easier-editing.cs.html
>> and here http://paconet.org/lilypond/out-website/website/fdl.zh.html
>> we can see some mistakes.  Probably a missing @divEnd in the
>> previous section or something.
>
> Another mistake on page
>
>  http://paconet.org/lilypond/out-website/website/index.zh.html
>
> is the `\input texinfo' at the bottom...

Yes, there were more and I removed them, still some left which I
haven't found.  The 'make new-lang' process put them there in skeleton
files and translators were respectful in not erasing them.

diff --git a/Documentation/cs/web/news-front.itexi
b/Documentation/cs/web/news-front.itexi
index 051795c..6339bf2 100644
--- a/Documentation/cs/web/news-front.itexi
+++ b/Documentation/cs/web/news-front.itexi
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-\input texinfo @c -*- coding: utf-8; mode: texinfo; documentlanguage: cs -*-
+@c -*- coding: utf-8; mode: texinfo; documentlanguage: cs -*-
 @c This file is part of web.texi
 @ignore

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Ben Luo
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Hi Francisco,

On Sun, Feb 6, 2011 at 4:46 AM, Francisco Vila <[hidden email]> wrote:

>>
>> OK, here is a preview.
>> http://paconet.org/lilypond/out-website/website/index.html
>>
>
> Here http://paconet.org/lilypond/out-website/website/easier-editing.cs.html
> and here http://paconet.org/lilypond/out-website/website/fdl.zh.html
> we can see some mistakes.  Probably a missing @divEnd in the previous
> section or something.
>
I made a mistake. I deleted last @divEnd in manual.itexi. Please
kindly find right file.

benluo

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Francisco Vila
2011/2/6 Ben Luo <[hidden email]>:

> Hi Francisco,
>
> On Sun, Feb 6, 2011 at 4:46 AM, Francisco Vila <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>
>>> OK, here is a preview.
>>> http://paconet.org/lilypond/out-website/website/index.html
>>>
>>
>> Here http://paconet.org/lilypond/out-website/website/easier-editing.cs.html
>> and here http://paconet.org/lilypond/out-website/website/fdl.zh.html
>> we can see some mistakes.  Probably a missing @divEnd in the previous
>> section or something.
>>
>
> I made a mistake. I deleted last @divEnd in manual.itexi. Please
> kindly find right file.

Thank you. Check the preview in a few minutes, I'm uploading it now.

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Ben Luo
Hi Francisco,

On Sun, Feb 6, 2011 at 8:30 AM, Francisco Vila <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Thank you. Check the preview in a few minutes, I'm uploading it now.
>

It seems work. I will translate others few by few.

benluo


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Ben Luo
hi Francisco,

I translated all items in manual.itexi. Please add this in trunk if possible.

I have another question, do I need to translate "words" in @ref{words}
and @rprogram{words}?

benluo

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Francisco Vila
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2011/2/6 Jan Warchoł <[hidden email]>:
> I see another problem here:
>
> http://paconet.org/lilypond/out-website/website/features.cs.html
>
> ("Spojení not a textu" column is too narrow)
> (WinXP, Chrome)

I see this, too. Firefox on GNU/Linux.  Looking at the code, what can be done?

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Francisco Vila
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2011/2/6 Ben Luo <[hidden email]>:
> hi Francisco,
>
> I translated all items in manual.itexi. Please add this in trunk if possible.
>
> I have another question, do I need to translate "words" in @ref{words}
> and @rprogram{words}?

in @ref{node_name},  you can leave it as is in English if the target
node name is also in English and the section is untranslated. If you
translated the section, translate the @node node_name as well and
change any @ref{} to it.  Just as you previously did in manuals, you
can translate the ref{} and the @node but leave the contents
untranslated.  Another option is to use the named variants of the ref
macros which allow you to link to a node with a visible text
customized so that it can be different from that of the node name
itself.

@ref{} is for sections in the same manual.

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Francisco Vila
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2011/2/6 Graham Percival <[hidden email]>:

> On Sun, Feb 06, 2011 at 07:33:15PM +0100, Francisco Vila wrote:
>> 2011/2/6 Jan Warchoł <[hidden email]>:
>> > http://paconet.org/lilypond/out-website/website/features.cs.html
>> >
>> > ("Spojení not a textu" column is too narrow)
>> > (WinXP, Chrome)
>>
>> I see this, too. Firefox on GNU/Linux.  Looking at the code, what can be done?
>
> Why the mao are there two images?  I suspect another @div problem,
> or a missing } somewhere.

There is a repeated code block.  Pavel, I can fix it but I would
prefer you to send me a new version of the file.


Thanks,
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