The new KDevelop manual

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I can transfer all the pages if you wish.

As to translations: Now that you have translators rights there should be a few more links in the right hand side of under the heading of "Translators" (or something similar - if you have set your language to Ελληνικά the strings may have been translated). Now click the link "Start Translating". You may need to enter your language code in the box at the top of the page (el for greek). Now you will see a long list of translatable pages. Click on one, and you will be taken to the translation tool with this page loaded.

Now start translating :-) You don't have to translate a whole page in one go - you can always return and continue working on a page.

You will notice that the translation tool gives you small sections at a time. The way the translate system works every page is split into small translation units. This makes your life a lot easier once you have translated some pages and the contents of one of them is modified: The system will show you which units have been modified. You only have to revisit the modified units to keep your translations up to date.

Happy translating :-)

Before you proceed it is probably a good idea

Claus chr (talk)07:53, 17 September 2017

yes, if you can transfer all the pages easier, please do it. I will be away the next two weeks for my vacations, so I will be away from computer or any device. My next step is :

to merge the docbook ,that exists in git for kdevelop, with this wiki kdevelop manual 5. The developers have updated that docbook and not the wiki so the docbook is updated than the wiki. 

I noticed that the docbook is xml. Is there any way to remove the xml tags and see it like a normal page? Or produce it in a readable format?

I will start translating too. Thanks.

Pfollas (talk)19:40, 19 September 2017