Translation file in import queue needs review

Asked by Peli

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A .pot file is in the import queue over three weeks already. Maybe some manual intervention is necessary?

Also, I have read that direct bzr import may be quicker than uploading a tar-ball. Is this still true?

If yes, is there a possibility to specify a directory in the trunk that contains all translations? We have quite a few templates:
I would like to put all templates in a subdirectory of trunk, e.g.
so that our trunk (which already has quite a few directories) would not become too confusing. Or do all translation directories have to be immediate children of trunk/ ?


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Best Henning Eggers (henninge) said :

I approved the template for you.

Yes, importing from a bazaar branch skips the manual review, so that it is quicker when adding new templates. The import from branch simply searches the tree for *.pot files and imports them, so you can place them anywhere you want. PO files will be identified by their directory matching that of the template, which means that your proposed structure would work.

Hope I could help.

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Peli (peli0101) said :

Thanks Henning Eggers, that solved my question.

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Thomas (roundcube) said :

My translation files (.po) always end up in the import queue as "Needs review" after every update on the Bazaar branch. The language assignments are kept but I have to choose the template every time again. The folder structure is built as described in the "translations import policy" and thus the template should be matched automatically, right?. What am I doing wrong?
See for folder structure.