Ubuntu Translator Tools

This tool collection wants to help Ubuntu translators in their daily work. If you have ever aksed one of the following questions, u-t-t could provide you an answer: In which package can I translate this message/dialog? What is the difference between these two po files? How can I access the translation page of a package in a faster way compared to clicking through the whole website tree or manipulating the url? Where can I get the automatically updated language packs?



podiff is a command line tool which compares gettext po files. These files contain the original messages and their translation. It allows to easily spot new, fuzzied, changed or lost translation and new or removed messages of two different po files.


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