Commit 49bcb70d authored by Michael Catanzaro's avatar Michael Catanzaro

Mark appdata for translation

parent 168c0ab3
......@@ -9,7 +9,9 @@ desktop_DATA = $(
appdatadir = $(datadir)/appdata
appdata_DATA = gnome-sudoku.appdata.xml
appdata_in_files =
appdata_DATA = $(
pixmapdir = $(datadir)/gnome-sudoku/images/
pixmap_DATA = footprints.png
......@@ -32,13 +34,14 @@ man_MANS = gnome-sudoku.6
$(pixmap_DATA) \
$(desktop_in_files) \
$(appdata_DATA) \
$(appdata_in_files) \
$(puzzle_DATA) \
$(ui_DATA) \
$(gsettings_SCHEMAS) \
$(appdata_DATA) \
check-local: $(appdata_DATA) $(desktop_DATA)
......@@ -2,28 +2,28 @@
<id type="desktop">gnome-sudoku.desktop</id>
<name>GNOME Sudoku</name>
<_name>GNOME Sudoku</_name>
GNOME Sudoku has a simple unobstrusive interface
while still providing features that make playing difficult Sudoku more fun.
All games are automatically saved when you quit so you don't have to worry about saving games.
You can always come back to any game you've played.
If you like to play on paper, you can print games out.
You can choose how many games you want to print per page and what difficulty of
games you want to print: as a result, GNOME Sudoku can act a renewable Sudoku Book for you.
Each game is assigned a "difficulty" score - its algorithm generally does a good
job matching the difficulty rankings typically given by newspapers and websites.
You can also see detailed difficulty information about how the computer solved
the puzzle.
<screenshot type="default" width="800" height="447"></screenshot>
<_screenshot type="default" width="800" height="447"></_screenshot>
<url type="homepage"></url>
# List of source files containing translatable strings.
# Please keep this file in alphabetical order.
[encoding: UTF-8]
[type: gettext/glade]data/print_games.ui
Markdown is supported
0% or .
You are about to add 0 people to the discussion. Proceed with caution.
Finish editing this message first!
Please register or to comment