[ubuntu-l10n-it] [Fwd: Ubuntu Translator Tools]

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Non so se li conoscete ma sono veramente molto utili.

soprattutto il comando:

search-translation

che permette di cercare una stringa con relativo pacchetto e dati di
traduzione associati.

CIAOOO

P.s. Per Milo li mettiamo tra gli strumenti??


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  • From: Sebastian Heinlein <glatzor@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: Ubuntu translators <ubuntu-translators@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 25 Jun 2008 18:56:15 +0200
Hello,

I just started collecting little helpers for Ubuntu translators in a
package:

 * Firefox search plugin which allows to go to the translation page of
the entered package (e.g. gnome-app-install)

 * search-translation command line script to search for strings in the
installed language packs. It based on a script by Malcom Parmers.

 * sources.list file to enable the language pack ppa

The Hardy package can be downloaded here:

https://launchpad.net/ubuntu-translator-tools/stable/0.1

Cheers,

Sebastian
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