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Re: Difference of the two common entities files?

On Sun, 2006-06-25 at 15:34 +0100, Dimitris Glezos wrote:
> >> What's the difference between the following two files?
> >>
> >>   * docs-common/common/entities/entities-en_US.ent
> >>   * docs-common/common/fedora-entities-en_US.ent
> >>
> >> I created the first one with the normal `make` procedure inside the 
> >> entities directory, but I can't seem to find how to create the second 
> >> one, which it seems that is needed by the translation-quick-start-guide.
> >>
> >> What's the need of both these files?
> > 
> > The first one is currently used to provide project-wide entities, while
> > the second is a holdover from our earlier processes.  We haven't cleaned
> > it out of CVS yet because we wanted to make sure things were working as
> > planned before identifying and removing cruft.
> Hi Paul, thanks for the reply.
> I think the second one is needed for translation-quick-start-guide to 
> build. How can one build a fedora-entities-el.ent? Or should it be 
> translated directly from the english one?

Hi Dim,

OOPS!  That second file is inexplicably referenced in the legalnotice
file.  I think we need to change the way our build tools grab these
files, so that we don't have to maintain two sets of these entities
(yuck!).  In the meantime, yes, just translate a new
docs-common/common/fedora-entities-el.ent directly from the en_US
version.  Sorry about the confusion; I thought we had eradicated the
need for those files, but there's obviously still work to do. :-)

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