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    Re: Account Lease time / Content filtering

    i18n support

    You can now helt translate timekpr (only the GUI so far) in launchpad. Please go to: https://translations.launchpad.net/t.../+pots/timekpr and start translating!
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    Re: Account Lease time / Content filtering

    So I did! As a thank you for this wonderful work! So good I am able to contribute. As I now have switched to Archlinux, I plan to build a package of timekpr in the AUR, as time permits.
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    Re: Account Lease time / Content filtering

    Portuguese is now in 83%

    I liked this software and so I'll do an article about it in my blog!
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    Re: Account Lease time / Content filtering

    I have a problem translating the items #8 and #9 into hungarian:
    Error in Translation: 'msgstr' is not a valid Python format string, unlike 'msgid'. Reason: In the directive number 2, the character 'p' is not a valid conversion specifier.
    The string I try to put is
    Applied reward of %(num)s minute(s) to account %(user)s
    %(user) számára %(num) perc jutalmat adtam
    Set access hours to 00-24 on %(day)s for account %(user)s
    00-24 hozzáférés %(user) számára %(day) napon
    What is the reason?

    UPDATE:
    When I prepend the %(num) and %(user) with the s, all is ok. What is that s?
    Last edited by SanskritFritz; February 21st, 2009 at 09:53 AM.
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    Re: Account Lease time / Content filtering

    Quote Originally Posted by SanskritFritz View Post

    UPDATE:
    When I prepend the %(num) and %(user) with the s, all is ok. What is that s?
    The s is for the substitution, the num and user is just so that translators can change the order of the words. I had some problems with this my self... The s was not included in my first tries and the translation did not work at all.
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    Re: Account Lease time / Content filtering

    Quote Originally Posted by .nedberg View Post
    The s is for the substitution, the num and user is just so that translators can change the order of the words. I had some problems with this my self... The s was not included in my first tries and the translation did not work at all.
    Ah ok, so it's OK now, thanks!
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    Re: Account Lease time / Content filtering

    .nedberg, I need some hints on how to build the program from the sources. I want to build an Archlinux package. I there a description somewhere on the lauchpad site?
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    Re: Account Lease time / Content filtering

    Quote Originally Posted by SanskritFritz View Post
    .nedberg, I need some hints on how to build the program from the sources. I want to build an Archlinux package. I there a description somewhere on the launchpad site?
    I don't know about Arch, but I used this how-to: https://help.launchpad.net/Packaging/PPA

    Short answer: 'debuild -S -sa' in the source dir to make a source package, then upload it with dput.

    To just make a .deb (the one I upload to my own server) for non-intrepid versions, I use 'debuild -us -uc' in the source dir.

    I might publish a newer beta version soon, so those who use my ppa should decide if they want to use the stable ppa (from timekpr-maintainers) or my ppa with beta version. I would like it if some of you test the beta version, but I understand it if you want stable!
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    Re: Account Lease time / Content filtering

    Ok, the question was not really about how to make the package, but rather, what to do if I want to install timekpr from the source? I examined the structure of the deb package, and there is no compilation phase as I can see it, am I right? Installing is merely just copying the files to their respective places, and running the different install scripts?
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    Re: Account Lease time / Content filtering

    Installing is merely just copying the files to their respective places, and running the different install scripts?
    Edit: No, there's no compilation, python .py files are taken straight away, copied and replaced where necessary.

    Unfortunately, timekpr uses a lot of debian's packaging stuff. Debian handles a lot of the installation scripts. Arch gives you much more power by letting you decide how the installation goes in a single command script.

    To package it properly you have to look at every file under debian/ folder, especially postinst (post-installation) and postrm (post-remove and post-purge) and control files.

    I'm working on a transition to proper python setuptools packaging, which would make the install easier to every operating system, but it will take a while, with my exams, the ubuntu-cy management and other stuff in the way. It will be my top priority for April.

    If anyone is interested to do this, be my guest.
    Last edited by forger; February 23rd, 2009 at 10:28 AM.

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