RE: [wtp-dev] Fw: [wtp-releng] Fw: Galileo must-do: The Babel Galileo train has been set up
it expected that all projects has already externalized all their string at 100%?
A quick glance on the pseudo-translated IDE shows that XSLT is not yet ready (or
even not yet started to externalize strings).
there any convention on how we report bugs about non-externalized strings? Any
keywords that can be used, for example?
Hi all, To verify the translatability of WTP, all components
should be doing pseudo translation testing (PTT). This is done in a
coordinated effort with the Babel PTT for the Galileo Simultaneous
Release. The Pseudo Translation
packs are now available here:
(or you can use the update site:
If you don't see yours, then you need to
add your map files (see forwarded note) here:
http://babel.eclipse.org/babel/map_files.php . Let me know and we'll
get the language packs created for you. After installing the language packs, start eclipse with: -nl en_AA
The plan is to start pseudo
translation testing next week (04/13). Please aim to finish no
later than 05/05, (earlier if possible, before M7 finishes).
Please update bug
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=254337 when your component is
WTP Web Services
----- Forwarded by Keith Chong/Toronto/IBM
on 04/07/2009 06:18 PM -----
will be the responsibility of each Project Lead ... unless someone wants to
volunteer to do them all :)
|David M Williams
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|[wtp-releng] Fw: Galileo must-do:
The Babel Galileo train has been set
One tip, if you don't know the exact URL you
should use, you can start with
and navigate to your specific map(s).
For example, for
Orbit, it turned out to be
(note the "root=" argument).
And ... as Carl just
reminded me ... there's no need to include maps for test bundles. We don't
----- Forwarded by David M Williams/Raleigh/IBM on 03/09/2009 03:34
Denis Roy <denis.roy@xxxxxxxxxxx>
issues <cross-project-issues-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>, Babel committers
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[cross-project-issues-dev] Galileo must-do: The Babel Galileo
train has been set up
As Babel participation is a Galileo
must-do, your Galileo map files may now be entered
into the Babel server. Simply log into http://babel.eclipse.org/ and use the FOR
COMMITTERS link. The map file URLs you will be entering should be pointing to
the HEAD stream and should be assigned to the version number you will be
releasing in June 2009.
Once your map files are entered, the Babel server
will crawl them every night and pull all the externalized strings, making them
available for translation.
In June, once your code has been tagged as a
release in CVS or SVN, we will update all the map file URLs to point to the
Release tag, not HEAD. The Babel team will do this for you in June if you tell
us what the tag is. For now, don't worry about it -- we'll remind you
As an example, the Eclipse project would be defining the map files
for Eclipse 3.5 using the "Download" link in ViewVC HEAD:
For more information on defining your map files in Babel, please
see the Babel FAQ for Committers or ask
on the Babel newsgroup.