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Re: [opensuse-translation] Problem with the verification scripts.
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On 2012-04-23 08:08, Alexander Melentyev wrote:
2012/4/21 Carlos E. R. <>:

Committee? It is just a script. Good file? Accept. Bad file? Reject the
upload. Based on single files, not on the whole commit.
I think Andrea meant "committee" as a person performing the commit.


As for selective commit: you clearly do not fully understand how
version control works. SVN commit is unary operation, transforming a
working directory from one [considered consistent] state to another
[considered consistent] state. Number of files is irrelevant here. If
you break a consistency criteria (msgfmt checks fail), then
transformation is incorrect, so the commit gets rejected. It is basic

Thanks, that explanation makes sense.

I would still like it could be disabled, though. But I can live with it.

P.S. How come you try to commit faulty files? Don't KBabel checks work
for you anymore?

The file was already faulty when I downloaded it. I have partially
translated it, and now that I discovered that it is a SLES only file I'm
not interested in translating it anymore. So I have added the "\n" to those
three bad strings and committed it.

The file was bad already because when modifications in the .pot file have
been added, it suddenly needed dots ending sentences or newlines and such.
Not my doing.

Which brings another point: Errors in fuzzy strings should not render a
file not "commitable". The file was correct in the reviewed strings, it was
incorrect in three fuzzy strings. That's a bug somewhere, IMO.

And I didn't notice because I'm using lokalize this time. When I finish a
file, I then review it again in kbabel, but as this one is not finished,
and I had two other finished files, I needed to commit.

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Cheers / Saludos,

Carlos E. R.
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