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[opensuse-translation] Stats mesage count discrepancy with bootloader.po (10.3)
  • From: "Carlos E. R." <robin.listas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 12 Nov 2007 21:39:10 +0100 (CET)
  • Message-id: <alpine.LSU.0.9999.0711122124480.6329@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Hi!

We have noticed an error in the stats page for the Spanish tranlation that may unveil a deeper problem.

The stat page <http://i18n.opensuse.org/stats/openSUSE-10.3/es/yast/index.php> has this data:

Package Translated % Untransd %
Fuzzy % Total

installation.es.po 200 63 % 88 28 % 26 8 % 314
casa-ats.es.po 12 12 % 65 67 % 20 20 % 97
bootloader.es.po 74 100 % 0 0 % 0 0 % 74 <===
product-creator.es.po 230 83 % 36 13 % 9 3 % 275
samba-server.es.po 250 94 % 14 5 % 0 0 % 264
sound.es.po 222 96 % 7 3 % 2 0 % 231



But my own data (which is the data in our svn tree for the 10.3 branch (not trunk) is different for one file:

fuzzy untranslated total
installation.es 88 26 314
casa-ats.es 65 20 97
bootloader 53 324 381 <======
product-creator.es 36 9 275
samba-server.es 14 0 264
sound.es 7 2 231


After examining that huge difference, it turn out that the bootloader.pot file in 10.3 is quite larger that the .pot file in trunk (I have run "make update-po" on the es tree days ago, as you know).

I look in the "de" stats, and they are quite different, and correct:

bootloader.de.po 381 100 % 0 0 % 0 0 % 381


"fr2 stats also says "381" total messages.


Why then does the stat page say "74" for the Spanish version? That data seems to come from the trunk tree.

- -- Cheers,
Carlos E. R.
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