Den Monday 15 December 2008 23.01.20 skrev Brian Matherly:
> > > About styledtexttagtype,
> > > it is not unlogical to add a new file to subversion
> > that will have
> > > translatable strings, but because you are still
> > working on it, you don't
> > > want people to start translating already.
> > > Instead of adding to POTFILES.in, adding to
> > POTFILES.skip gives you a way
> > > of notifying about this. Obviously, when finished
> > coding, one should delete
> > > from the .skip, and add to the .in
> > > Another reason is for experimental code of which
> > translation at a certain
> > > point would only mean work that might be for nothing
> > (eg Mapview, geoview).
> > > Benny
> > Yes, I understand that is fine for trunk.
> > But for branch and the released 3.04 tar? They have both
> > have the same POTFILE.skip as
> > trunk.
> Sometimes we keep source files under source control that aren't meant to be
> distributed. For example, we might deprecate a file, but not want to delete
> it just yet in case the code would be useful later. When we do this, we
> remove the file from Makefile.in and from POTFILES.in.
> In this case, in 3.0, I think we just have some mistakes. Perhaps they were
> added to POTFILES.skip while they were under development, and were never
> moved to POTFILES.in.
These files are not used in branch and should be kept in POTFILES.skip
These files are used in branch and
should be moved from POTFILES.skip to POTFILES.in
Is this a correct conclusion?