Run the following commands in a local shell/terminal:
# Connect to the CC+ server, replacing # CC_SERVER_IP with the IP address of your # ChildCount+ server ssh mvp@CC_SERVER_IP # Dump CC+ database to a file called "childcount_dump.sql" # in the mvp home directory mysqldump -u childcount -pchildcount childcount > ~/childcount_dump.sql # Quit SSH connection to server exit # Now you are on your local machine. # Copy the SQL file from the server to your # local machine. scp mvp@CC_SERVER_IP:~/childcount_dump.sql ~/childcount_dump.sql # Load the file into your development database mysql -u childcount -pchildcount childcount < ~/childcount_dump.sql
Each app is translated independently, but for ChildCount+ to work, all apps should be translated. The ChildCount+ apps are listed in apps.
Here is how you update the translations from an Ubuntu machine:
# Make sure you have poedit installed sudo apt-get install poedit # Change to the directory of the app that you want to # translate. For example, if ChildCount+ is installed in # ~/sms, here is how you translate apps/childcount: cd ~/sms/apps/childcount # Make sure that you're on the development branch git checkout ccdev # Make sure that the locale directory exists mkdir locale # Update message file with new untranslated strings. # Replace "fr" with the two-letter code for your # language. django-admin.py makemessages -l fr -e html,json,py # Edit the .po file for your language. Replace "fr" # with the two-letter code for your language. poedit locale/fr/LC_MESSAGES/django.po # After saving the .po file, compile the translations. django-admin.py compilemessages # Add the files to git and commit them. git add locale git commit -m "New translations" # Push new files to the repository git push