Sorry to open an issue everytime for this, but I can't do this on Windows :).
I'll generate a new one soon.
Are you sure that you can't do this on windows? I think you can run the script in cygwin, it just requires python and xgettext (gettext-devel package).
That cygwin stuff is a little like magic to me, I know I have that MinGW shell, which looks Linux-like, but I'm sure I don't have Python or that xgettext thing.
Would it be possible to let such a script run on the pull tester server, which could somehow create a pull for this from time to time?
@luke-jr: You uploaded a new english master file to Transifex, but the bitcoinstrings.cpp update is missing from master, this sucks (and is not how we defined the default procedure). Oh and to complain even more the new master file is also not included in current master...
@laanwj: Perhaps you can quickly kick the updated files into master?
@luke-jr: What is happening? It seems we now have an old version again on Transifex and I started translating already ... makes me mad a little, sorry to say. My translation work is gone and I can do it again, when the updated file re-appears.
No idea. This doesn't show up in the timeline, so something internal to Transifex?
hmm, nothing new to translate but all the languages are updated today...
Perhaps there's simply nothing new to translate? The reason I updated Transifex in the first place was to be sure the strings with subtle English changes (that don't change the meaning) didn't reset the translation - so those were imported from the old translations. Though I seem to recall at least one truly new string - "Transaction" or such.
@luke-jr I did a diff of the german language file before and after that mess and no english base strings changed! I don't know what you did, but please use the default procedure of putting new master files in a commit first!
Closed, as now current again :).