[Openstack-i18n] [OpenStack-docs] Code block in RST and translation

Andreas Jaeger aj at suse.com
Wed Nov 25 14:54:37 UTC 2015

On 2015-11-25 15:48, KATO Tomoyuki wrote:
>>> On 25 Nov 2015, at 03:41, KATO Tomoyuki <tomo at dream.daynight.jp> wrote:
>>>> My idea at now is to use "code-block" directive as possible as we can,
>>> As far as I know, docs team guides mainly use "code-block".
>>> So, I'm okay to unify to "code-block" directive.
>>>> but I am not sure it is the right direction as "::" is widely used.
>>> In my understand, most of developers like “::”, which is simple RST format :)
>> Maybe we could add a gate check that looks for “::” in the end of the strings (original and translated)? It would enable developers to use whatever they are used to.
> Nice idea! Sounds good to me, as a non-vote job.
> Regards,
> KATO Tomoyuki

But who will monitor this and correct it?

We already see warnings in translated code that everybody ignores, let's
find a good way to monitor and fix these problems first before we add
more tests...

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