On Tue, 15 Feb 2011 12:09:16 +0200, Siarzhuk Zharski <zharik@xxxxxx> wrote: > Hallo, Adrien! > > On Tue, 15 Feb 2011 10:17:59 +0100, pulkomandy wrote: >> Likely not. A bogus fingerprint usually points to something being >> wrong in >> the catalog. Instead of trying to fix, better find the problem. > > The Problem is in HTA. And about 10% of all catkeys requires such > manual intervention after export. But the good news is that such fix > doesn't break the using resulting catalogs apart from it's potential > "incompleteness". So we just trying to get the maximum from > semi-functional HTA. Yes, I know that. I have access to the hta sourcecode and I need to track the bug down... > >> It may be a >> bug in hta fingerprint calculation, or it may be that one of your >> strings >> has a tab or newline in it, or some "smart" editor has mixed up the >> tab-separated stuff... > > I would be happy to use professional localization stuff on my local > system to do this work, but HTA has no SVN -> HTA export possibility at > the moment, so any local work with direct catkeys editing is useless. We should be switching to Pootle "soon"... It will fix at least the import/export part (hopefully). Still not sure about the workflow, but I think it should be made automatic in Pootle, with language managers handling it. -- Adrien.