For those of you being the lucky users of Emacs, PO mode has been specifically created for providing a cozy environment for editing or modifying PO files. While editing a PO file, PO mode allows for the easy browsing of auxiliary and compendium PO files, as well as for following references into the set of C program sources from which PO files have been derived. It has a few special features, among which are the interactive marking of program strings as translatable, and the validation of PO files with easy repositioning to PO file lines showing errors.
For the beginning, besides main PO mode commands (see Main PO Commands), you should know how to move between entries (see Entry Positioning), and how to handle untranslated entries (see Untranslated Entries).
|• Installation:||Completing GNU |
|• Main PO Commands:||Main Commands|
|• Entry Positioning:||Entry Positioning|
|• Normalizing:||Normalizing Strings in Entries|
|• Translated Entries:||Translated Entries|
|• Fuzzy Entries:||Fuzzy Entries|
|• Untranslated Entries:||Untranslated Entries|
|• Obsolete Entries:||Obsolete Entries|
|• Modifying Translations:||Modifying Translations|
|• Modifying Comments:||Modifying Comments|
|• Subedit:||Mode for Editing Translations|
|• C Sources Context:||C Sources Context|
|• Auxiliary:||Consulting Auxiliary PO Files|