[Bf-committers] Arabic translation support in the UI script
dfelinto at gmail.com
Wed Oct 5 21:41:07 CEST 2011
Hi Yousef ,
Blender is no longer storing the .pot file in trunk. The reason is that this
file changes a lot, and is really easy to rebuild running the scripts in the
Would it help if I send you the latest blender.pot and the ar.po resulting
from that? You would still need to run a .po merge.
Maybe we could take the resulting trunk ar.po, clean all the msgstr and then
use the merge_po.py scrip.
The script was written by Sergey, CC here.
@Sergey, is that right? any other suggestions here?
By the way, here  you can find my new take in the arabic_to_utf script.
There are a few changes making it to look more python-like (I got some of
your changes there). The result will still differ from your take on it. The
reason(s) is: (1) I believe I need to check for both side-connections, not
only the start. (2) since your 1st script it seems you didn't check whether
the char itself can connect to the left/right (always checking only the next
chars). (3) if you don't increase (g) inside the loop for
the laaam/laaaa/laaahz/.... you will end up processing the following char
* I'm not so sure about the (3), but the (1) and (2) reflects the little I
understand of the arabic language (reading your code + wikipedia + help from
2011/10/4 Yousef Hurfoush <bat3a at msn.com>
> @ Dalai
> i finished translating the 1st milestone in ar.po (~1000 phrase), and i'd
> like to update it in the trunk:
> the problem is that it is based on pot file which was before the new
> generated ar.po
> another issue is that this we are re-translating the file from zero,
> and the one in the trunk is about 5000 fuzzy translated misplaced words
> so i need an empty .pot template and i can't generate it the old way!
> can you provide me with an empty ar.po file i could work on?
> and can i merge my translated file into it without errors
> here is the new translation:
> and a screen shot in blender:
> thanks in advance
> Yousef Harfoush
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