Move XLIFF files around so that their use is Pootle-compatible
We need to change the way we put XLIFF files into the filesystem, so that we can use Pootle.
We have a problem with the FLOW3 project on the translation server. Currently the filename is something like Main.en.xlf, Main.de.xfl ... And that naming convention is not supported by Pootle. We can use two different schema: 1. A directory tree, but the XLIFF file must have the same name in each language project (like v4 use) 2. The GNU way, with filename like en.xlf, de.xlf, ... but only one file per project.
Updated by Dominique Feyer over 9 years ago
This more like what Pootle named "GNU Style Project", but I'm not sure if in the mode we can have subdirectory. Currently I'm on huge amount of work, so no time to validate this. Can you try to send an email to the official Pootle Mailing list ? Their are really friendly during the TYPO3v4 configuration ?