Re: Nu blir jag förvirrad

From: Swedish GNU/LI List (
Date: 1996-10-20 23:32:27

     List:     Swedish GNU/LI List
     Sender:   "Jan D." <>
     Subject:  Re: Nu blir jag =?ISO-8859-1?Q?förvirrad?     Date:     Sun, 20 Oct 1996 23:32:27 +0200 (MET DST)

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>      List:     Swedish GNU/LI List
>      Sender:   Johan Linde <>
>      Subject:  Nu blir jag förvirrad
>      Date:     Sun, 20 Oct 1996 22:45:26 +0200
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> Jag tänkte avvakta med den fortsatta översättningen av gcal tills version
> 2.20 med svenska helgdagar är färdig. Under tiden tänkte jag mig på något
> annat. Problemet är att på
> finns inga oöversatta po-filer. Vart har de tagit vägen? Ska inte de finnas
> där?
> Det rasslade till i brevlådan ikväll och det sades mig att po-filerna för
> gettext, tar och sharutils redan skickats in. Jag har inte hunnit titta på
> de filer som kom häromdagen, och tycker det gick undan väldeliga. Är det
> för sent att komma med synpunkter nu?

Kolla i po/pot istället.  I trans ligger översatta filer.
Här är ett meddelande som gick ut för ett tag sen (1:a Mars) som beskriver
strukturen på alpha.

	Jan D.

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