QA-L10N:setroubleshoot

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Revision as of 10:36, 15 April 2013

Instruction to run application


Description

This is a translation testing for setroubleshoot.

How to test

1: Run command sealert -b

2: If not installed then run command "yum install setroubleshoot-plugins setroubleshoot"

3: Check translations & shortcut keys

Results

Language Result [language code] Bug Comment
Example: abcd (ab_cd)
Fail fail ab_cd
Pass pass ab_cd
RHBZ #12345 This is the comment
Japanese (ja-JP)
Fail fail ja-JP
RHBZ #734308
Korean (ko-KR)
Fail fail ko-KR
partially localized but, is 100% in upstream.
Spanish (es-ES)
Fail fail es-ES
shows untranslated, but it is 100% translated upstream.
Italian (it-IT)
Fail fail it-IT
it shows partially translated.
Russian (ru-RU)
Fail fail ru-RU
it shows partially translated (mostly in English).
T Chin. (zh-TW)
Fail fail zh-TW
partially localized but, is 100% in upstream.
Tamil (ta-IN)
Fail fail ta-IN
partially localized but, is 100% in upstream.

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