[ros-dev] Idea for a new part in headers of .rc files

David Hinz post.center at gmail.com
Wed Oct 12 14:59:12 CEST 2005


Mark de Wit schrieb:

> Instead of making up another number, why not just reference the svn 
> version the translation is based on?
>
> Mark
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "David Hinz" <post.center at gmail.com>
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> Subject: [ros-dev] Idea for a new part in headers of .rc files
>
>
>> Hey guys,
>>
>> when I just translated format, I stunbled over one thing:
>> What if somebody changed the content of a string after I translated it?
>>
>> After some minutes, I had a easy solution for that problem:
>>
>> The En.rc gets a little line in it's head-comment with a revision
>> number. Each time somebody changes or adds a string in the En.rc, he
>> sets the revision number +1 and so all translators have an easy to
>> control indicator, if they need to translate something or not.
>>
>> But I think one thing should be clear, if there just has been corrected
>> a spelling mistake and not something important, the revision number
>> won't be touched.
>>
>> Now some example headers:
>>
>> in the EN.rc:
>>
>> /*
>>  * Moved all hardcoded strings to En.rc.
>>  * By Magnus Olsen  2005
>>  *
>>  * Revision: 1
>>  */
>>
>> in my De.rc:
>>
>> /*
>>  * Moved all hardcoded strings to En.rc.
>>  * By Magnus Olsen  2005
>>  * First German Translation by David Hinz 20051010
>>  *
>>  * Translated Revision 1 of En.rc
>>  */
>>
>> This is just an idea, but I think this could save a lot of work on
>> bigger applications than format...
>>
>> Greets,
>>
>> David Hinz
>>
>>
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The svn version changes, even if just a little spelling mistake was 
corrceted.

But if all the things I want to do are possible with svn please excuse 
me, I'm new to svn.


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