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Svn_documentation_en

Description: AROS.org english content
Download: svn_documentation_en.zip       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 679kb
Version: 0.1
Date: 26 Aug 06
Author: AROS devs
Submitter: KeenEars
Email: keen/aros org
Requirements: English knowledge, your locale translating enthusiasm, text editor,some time ;)
Category: document/misc
License: APL
Distribute: yes
FileID: 97
 
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This is english content of AROS.org website in single zip. 
Dedicated to translators, who hasn`t access to SVN, to start 
translating and speed things up. Then translated pages must be put in
files wth extension reflects the name of your locale (.pl, or .fr 
for example), packed and sent to someone who can help with svn access (e.g.
me).
No scripts, just content. It`s must be easy.
Some rules to follow - those doc are in docutil`s format.
1)Underlines and upperlines in headers must be the same lenght (in chars)
as the header itself)
2)Lines must _not_ start with space.
3)Do not translate those starting with :: - its a internal strings.
4)Look how`s its done in original, and make the same ;) If confused ask on
website ml.
5)In templates translate only your locale half.
6)It`s better to make files with unix style line ends. If you don`t know
how, leave it unchanged, but let us know, what editor do ya use and which OS.












































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