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Re: [babel-dev] How to use PTT

Hi guys,

I have just uploaded my map file to Babel.
Now I see an entry from Sequoyah, and the possibility to choose Helios train, but my version is still wrong.
Since we are still migrating our stuff to Sequoyah, I think it's alright to submit to version 0.4, run PTT, make any corrections and submit a new map file when we finish the migration, right? Then the correct version number would appear, since we will still define that on our release, right?


Daniel Pastore

On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 8:55 AM, Daniel Pastore <kpqb38@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Good morning,

Kit and Denis, thanks for your answers.
I have already changed our project's meta-data.

Do you guys know how long does it take for this info to be processed?

Thanks again for the attention,

Daniel Pastore

On Wed, Feb 10, 2010 at 7:28 PM, Denis Roy <denis.roy@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Sequoyah needs to define project meta-data in the Portal.

1. Go to and log in using your CVS/SVN committer ID and password
2. Find the Eclipse Projects box and click [view] next to the appropriate project
3. Click [maintain] Project Info meta-data
4. Enter all the meta-data your project needs -- specifically, the Bugzilla entry.  The name you put there should be only Sequoyah.  This will tie your project to the Bugzilla component you use, and after some time, Babel will recognize your project.


On 02/10/2010 04:17 PM, Kit Lo wrote:

Hi Daniel,

I saw your bug requesting to add Sequoyah project to Babel. Babel has a data bridge setup to pull the project/version info from this URL:

I don't see Sequoyah in the project/version info. That's why you don't see the project on the map files page dropdown list. Denis, who is also the Eclipse Web Master, may have some ideas. Denis, can you take a look at this?

Once we solved the above problem, you will be able to define the map files for the Sequoyah project. Then, Babel will extract the properties files and build the pseudo translation language packs. After that, you can either get the pseudo translation language packs from the Babel update site or from downloadable zips. You can then test your project. We can help if you have further questions when you get to that point.

Kit Lo
IBM Eclipse SDK Globalization Technical Lead
Eclipse Babel Project Co-lead

From: Daniel Pastore <kpqb38@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: babel-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: 02/10/2010 02:39 PM
Subject: [babel-dev] How to use PTT
Sent by: babel-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx

Hi guys,

I would like to test my project (DSDP-Sequoyah) to see if it is compliant to be translated but I don't know how to use PTT (or even where to download it).
I saw this message (, but I don't know how to use the package.

Can anyone give me some guidance, please?

Thanks for the attention,

Daniel Pastore

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