[jsword-devel] Problems getting started / Translation of UI
dmsmith555 at yahoo.com
Mon Sep 24 14:20:59 MST 2007
Benny Wasty wrote:
> DM Smith wrote:
>> If you haven't set up the project in Eclipse, I highly recommend it.
>> You can find instructions here:
>> To aide in translation the Eclipse plugin JInto is most excellent.
>> And using Eclipse to generate the patches makes them easy for me to
> Thanks, I've already had set up the project in Eclipse according to
> the instructions and have also read about everything on the JSword page :)
> JInto is really a nice plugin, will make it much easier to complete
> the translation.
> I used TortoiseSVN to generate the patches, is there any difference to
> patches created with Subclipse?
TortoiseSVN's patches should be just fine.
> I just used Tortoise because there you can select the files which
> should go into the patch where in Eclipse you can only select a whole
> folder afaik. I didn't want that as some Eclipse settings files are
> also marked as changed and they shouldn't go into the patch...
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