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Subject: [freeciv-i18n] Re: Contributing with translations
From: MKD <claudiomkd@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2006 23:27:23 +0300
Reply-to: claudiomkd@xxxxxxxxx

>> I also use ispell to check my mistakes.
> Can you tell me how you do *that*?
> Christian
Well, I just use ispell when translating long strings, but you just need 
to install ispell and then, do something like:

cat es.po | grep msgstr | sed "s/msgstr//" | sed "s/\"//" | sed "s/\"//" 
 > file

And then:

ispell file

Or you can make your own script to filter the plain text and then pass 
ispell. Or even enter the phrase directly to ispell in the command line.

Of course this is about long strings, short messages usually don't need 
this since you can easely see if there's an error or not.

P.S.- When I finnish the Perl script, I'll post it, if it works.. 
because I thought it's gonna be so easy, but it's not that easy. Anyway, 
msgfmt is really good.


Claudio M. Camacho

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