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Sun, 7 Dec 2014
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374183 textproc/doclifter/Makefile
374183 textproc/ecromedos/Makefile
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345005 textproc/Makefile
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345005 textproc/py-transifex-client/pkg-plist
textproc/py-transifex-client: Command line interface for Transifex

The Transifex Command-line Client is a command line tool that enables you
to easily manage your translations within a project without the need of an
elaborate UI system.

You can use the command line client to easily create new resources, map
locale files to translations and synchronize your Transifex project with
your local repository and vice verca. Translators and localization managers
can also use it to handle large volumes of translation files easily and
without much hassle.

WWW: http://www.transifex.com/

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