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Re: [babel-dev] Babel is now setup for Juno
- From: Denis Roy <denis.roy@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 03 Jan 2012 13:23:58 -0500
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Thanks for all your hard work, Kit. Happy new year to you, and to all
the Babel translators and language pack testers out there.
On 01/03/2012 09:05 AM, Kit Lo wrote:
> Happy New Year to everyone! Are you ready for Juno?
> I had some free time last week. I did some maintenance and preparation for
> Juno on the Babel server.
> First of all, Denis and I had a discussion a few months back, thinking that
> translations for Galileo (Eclipse 3.5) and earlier release trains are very
> stable. There are not many new translations specifically for Galileo and
> earlier release trains. Therefore, starting after R0.9.1, we will stop
> building the language packs for Galileo (Eclipse 3.5), Ganymede (Eclipse
> 3.4), and Europa (Eclipse 3.3). We will build language packs for the 3
> latest release trains and drop the oldest one every year.
> In R0.10.0, we will build the language packs for Juno (Eclipse 4.2/3.8),
> Indigo (Eclipse 4.1/3.7), and Helios (Eclipse 3.6). Language packs for
> older release trains are still available at the Eclipse Babel Project
> Archived Downloads page: http://www.eclipse.org/babel/archives.php
> Secondly, I did some preparation for Juno. I started extracting the strings
> for Juno projects into Babel. I tested the Eclipse IDE for Java EE
> Developers package with Babel Pseudo Translation Language Packs for Eclipse
> , Datatools , Marketplace Client , Mylyn , Target Management (RSE) , and
> Webtools installed. I confirmed that the string extraction, existing
> translation sync-up, language pack building processes all working as
> expected. Try the Juno language packs from the latest integration build:
> Other projects in Juno can start defining map files and update sites for
> Juno. We will extract new strings periodically.
> Happy translating and testing Juno!