[Doc-SIG] docs.python.org/fr/3.6/ is online!

INADA Naoki songofacandy at gmail.com
Tue Aug 8 08:53:31 EDT 2017

> Last comment about this is that the current script building the
> documentation will automatically find the nearest branch for translations,
> see:
> https://github.com/python/docsbuild-scripts/blob/master/build_docs.py#L132
> meaning that if you're working on the 3.6 branch, the ja/3.7 directory will
> be built using your 3.6 po files, which may (or may not) be desirable.
> Advantages are:
> - If a translation team want to translate 3.7 only, then can and 3.6 will be
> partially build using it
> - If a translation team is late adding a new branch, the new branch will
> still be built for them using their old translations, which for an unknown
> timespan will not diverge a lot
> - Crawlers can start discovering / indexing new branches before translators
> start working on them
> Disadvantages are more obvious: Translations are only partials.

Make sense.

> So, currently, if you push a 3.6 branch to python-docs-ja,
> ja/{2.7,3.5,3.6,3.7} will be built using it.

OK, I pushed 2.7 and 3.6 branch.
I won't push 3.5 branch because we haven't maintenanced it for months.

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> Julien Palard
> https://mdk.fr


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