Is it corrent that no package links are listed, if filter is set to: german, all packages, main, all?

Asked by Dennis Baudys on 2010-10-06

In Nightmonkey, if you set the filter to

German, All Packages, Main(!), All (translated and untranslated), No search term

there are NO package links displayed. I just wonder if this is a correct behavior because there are many untranslated strings in the package descriptions in »main« in the Ubuntu DDTP. Maybe it is a bug or is it related to the recent and passed deadline for translations (string freeze) because Maverick 10.10 will soon be distributed?

Thanks in advance,

Dennis

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István Nyitrai
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2010-10-12
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2010-10-06
Best István Nyitrai (sianis) said : #1

Hi!

I've just discovered this problem. There is a problem in the exported po files from the Launchpad. Entries in po files don't contain information about theirs packages, so we can't parse theses files now. I reported it to mvo (maintainer this po files), he is on it.

Dennis Baudys (thecondordb) said : #2

Hi István!

Again, thank you.

Dennis

István Nyitrai (sianis) said : #3

Hi!

Nightmonkey should be working correctly for now. Could you please confirm it?

Thank you!

Dennis Baudys (thecondordb) said : #4

Hi István!

Am Dienstag, den 12.10.2010, 07:47 +0000 schrieb István Nyitrai:
> Nightmonkey should be working correctly for now. Could you please
> confirm it?

Nightmonkey seems to be working again. The links to the package
descriptions are now displayed for »main«.

Thank You very much!

Regards,

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Dennis Baudys (thecondordb) said : #5

Thanks István Nyitrai, that solved my question.