Commit 8237819c authored by Glenn Walbran's avatar Glenn Walbran
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Enable image translations for 17.04

Also removes the old localeimages submodule which was never actually used
parent 3c543e84
[submodule "localeimages"]
path = localeimages
[submodule "source/images-translated"]
path = source/images-translated
url =
branch = 17.04_STABLE
......@@ -51,6 +51,10 @@ update:
/bin/bash $(MAHARA)
#Delete translated images submodule, then init/update it from remote
-rm -rf source/images-translated
#Update/init/remote to effective clone from HEAD
-git submodule update --init --remote source/images-translated
$(SPHINXBUILD) -a -D language=en -b html $(ALLSPHINXOPTS) $(BUILDDIR)/html/en/$(MAHARA)
Subproject commit af4a16dcedf47c653aa680c9208d8f4443ac63bd
......@@ -28,16 +28,14 @@ needs_sphinx = '1.4'
gettext_additional_targets = ['image', 'figure']
# figure_language_filename can't be changed from the default in reality, since
# {root} is the full filesystem path of the image file, not the relative path.
# Don't ask me why. The only real option for images is to be, for example:
# This image translation only works for images/figures that are specified as
# [<filepath>/]<filename>.*
# images/
# That is you cannot specify the file extension for image translations to work.
# The problem with that is when you specify images/foo.* as your image file in
# a figure directive, Sphinx will find both images/foo.png and images/
# and pick the first one, which is often wrong (especially if it's the en build).
figure_language_filename = "{root}.{language}{ext}"
# This is because of an oddity in the Sphinx asset collection. Hopefully this
# will change in the future.
figure_language_filename = "/images-translated/{language}{root}{ext}"
# Add any Sphinx extension module names here, as strings. They can be extensions
# coming with Sphinx (named 'sphinx.ext.*') or your custom ones.
Subproject commit 147849e2bf1a74efeae6af59052cb4b7b69d4b2a
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