After quite a while — new Babelzilla was launched officially! http://blog.babelzilla.org/2012/11/09/beta-babelzilla-live/
Category Archives: gsoc
A week ago I was presenting Adofex to the crowd of happy localizers. The room was packed tight and the air was sparkling with excitement. Kinda 🙂 The presentation was centered on features of Adofex, telling people about the new … Continue reading
The summer has ended, results are submitted, yet the Adofex evolves on. Since last report following changes happened: Data exporting: Users can now download Translations and Resources as ZIP files Translated locale can be repacked on top of existing XPI … Continue reading
Importing data from Babelzilla could never been easier: You can try it on Adofex having registered/logged in and created a new test project. ID for Adblock is 4592, for Stylish — 4983. Kudos to Bz devs for making their data … Continue reading
Reskinned transifex with support for Mozilla formats deployed at adofex.clear.com.ua, addons imported through management command, I am finishing UI for uploading them.
Patch to ticket #89 in Transifex is filed Previous patch reworked completely, Silme is not used anymore: .properties reader was already in place, and supported more features of the format than Silme did. Except comments (which were absent), but handled … Continue reading
Finalizing the patch, reading zamboni code.
DTD and .properties parsers work, tests for them (mostly reused from JavaProperties parser) do pass. The substitution of translated strings into “template” (the original file to be localized, with all its comments and formatting) also works, making it possible to … Continue reading
I am still working on dtd reader, taking existing java .properties one as an example how Handler class should be implemented. Hopefully will finish this part on this weekend.
So far so good. My current task on the project is extending the Transifex system with new format, as an obvious start point and a foundation for the ongoing work. I enjoy working with Tx code (development tip), it is … Continue reading