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    • Simon Depiets's avatar
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    • Pino Toscano's avatar
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    • Simon Depiets's avatar
      Add new ways to launch pology on file(s) · 52b94d0b
      Simon Depiets authored
      Summary:
      Pology is a great tool but is not easily accessible from Lokalize currently, you need to launch a command line or configure a script, which is cumbersome and complicated in user space. After adding a line by line feature a few weeks ago, this review focuses on the file level :
      
      - Launch the Pology "-s lokalize" command on file, files or folders from the Project Overview : this will open problematic messages in different tabs.
      {F6285626}
      - Launch the Pology "-s lokalize" command from within the file (Ctrl+Alt+P) : this will filter on problematic messages directly from within the file.
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      The next step I see would be displaying pology statistics in the TM file, I'm open to your ideas for a better integration. I'm also counting on you to pass the message to your respective communities and update their documentation for the usage of pology.
      
      As the agreement seems to be that syntax checks shall be handle externally, I will close the following bugs :
      FEATURE: 342614
      FEATURE: 342615
      FEATURE: 65061
      FEATURE: 198872
      GUI:
      
      Reviewers: #localization, aacid, adrianchavesfernandez, huftis, mlaurent
      
      Reviewed By: mlaurent
      
      Subscribers: mlaurent
      
      Tags: #localization
      
      Differential Revision: https://phabricator.kde.org/D15759
      52b94d0b
    • Pino Toscano's avatar
      Demote some warnings to debug messages · 07ad5894
      Pino Toscano authored
      They are just messages, not errors or problematic situations; avoid
      printing messages when no problem occurs.
      07ad5894
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