here I am answering myself, just in case it helps others.
The problem was that since I have both RT and RT-FM installed, there are
two “es.po” files in the directory tree, and while I was modifying RT’s
es.po, the segment I was translating (“Quick search”) was also present
in RT-FM’s es.po and this was the one that was taking precedence.
Once I changed the “Quick search” segment in RT-FM’s “es.po” my changes
were reflected in RT and RT-FM.
Now I am working on an “es.po” file for RT-IR and converting many
segments from RT-FM’s es.po to use UTF-8 characters. If there is any
interest in this, let me know.
CarlosOn 15/09/2009 10:23 a.m., Carlos M. Martinez - CERT.uy wrote:
I am trying to make some changes to the file “es.po” in order to adapt
it to our organization’s specific terminology, plus some conversion
work in order to use HTML entities instead of UTF-8 Spanish accented
Although I am able to make the changes to es.po, I am at a loss as to
what to do next. The changes aren’t showing and neither restarting
Apache (as suggested on an earlier post) nor clearing Mason’s cache
are helping. I suppose I am missing a step, but I don’t know which one
and I haven’t been able to find more information.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Once it works, I will happily contribute my es.po file to anyone that
might find it useful.
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