[Localization] Updating the Qt4 Portuguese files to Qt5
Riitta-Leena.Miettinen at qt.io
Tue Jan 7 16:45:59 CET 2020
The localization process is described here:
According to that page, you should translate the latest stable version, which would be 5.14.
There is a patch with Brazilian Portuguese translations for some 5.6 modules that you might be able to use as a starting point:
You can find optional info and starting points and possibly others translating Qt into Brazilian Portuguese in this thread:
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Subject: [Localization] Updating the Qt4 Portuguese files to Qt5
I need to get the Portuguese translation files for Qt5. I am using
PyQt5, with PyDev in Eclipse (Ubuntu 18.04, but will deploy on Windows
and Mac too).
Going through the list of files in http://l10n-files.qt.io/l10n-files/,
I only see files with "zero completion status", which I take as an
indication that these are Qt4 files.
I would like to convert them to Qt5, but following the warnings on the
site, I would like to know:
a) are these the right files, or not?
b) Is there a more or less complete instruction on the workflow to be
(Going through the perl script split-qt-ts.pl I see references to source
code folders which I assume are in the original Qt source, and that are
not included in the git repository for translations,
Any tips, advice or suggestions on how to simplify this process will be
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