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Re: GNU PSPP 0.6.2-pre6 now available

From: Ben Pfaff
Subject: Re: GNU PSPP 0.6.2-pre6 now available
Date: Wed, 09 Sep 2009 14:17:14 -0700
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Michel Boaventura <address@hidden> writes:

> This is great! I'm changing my pc, so I can't test it on mingw yet,
> but as soon as I can, I will!
> Could you please send the pot file to Translation Project?

I think that unknown-1 is right that this wouldn't have any
additional benefit.  Please let me know if I'm wrong.

> Also, will be great if you send the pot file from the master branch.

This got uploaded yesterday (apparently I can't tell August from
September, so the name of the tarball is deceptive):

From: Translation Project Robot <address@hidden>
Subject: New template for 'pspp' made available
To: address@hidden
Date: Wed, 09 Sep 2009 21:19:06 +0200

Hello, gentle maintainer.

This is a message from the Translation Project robot.  (If you have
any questions, send them to <address@hidden>.)

A new POT file for textual domain 'pspp' has been made available
to the language teams for translation.  It is archived as:

Whenever you have a new distribution with a new version number ready,
containing a newer POT file, please send the URL of that distribution
tarball to the address below.  The tarball may be just a pretest or a
snapshot, it does not even have to compile.  It is just used by the
translators when they need some extra translation context.

Below is the URL which has been provided to the translators of your
package.  Please inform the translation coordinator, at the address
at the bottom, if this information is not current:

We can arrange things so that translated PO files are automatically e-mailed
to you when they arrive.  Ask at the address below if you want this.

Thank you for all your work,

                                The Translation Project robot, in the
                                name of your translation coordinator.

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