Take a set of Mozilla (Firefox, Thunderbird, SeaMonkey, etc.) localisation and migrate them to the latest Mozilla source, building XPIs and repackaging hte Windows .exe file as needed.
Please also check the page on creating a language pack on the Mozilla wiki, to stay abreast of the latest Mozilla way of doing things.
For information about working with the new source trees in Mercurial, see the Mozilla l10n scripts page.
|l10n/||Contains Mozilla l10n files for available/needed language(s)|
|mozilla/||The Mozilla source tree|
|po/||Contains your PO files (output from moz2po)|
|potpacks/||Where POT-archives go|
Note these instructions are for building on Linux, they may work on Windows. All software should be available through your distribution. You will need to use Wine to install the Nullsoft installer and may need to sort out some path issues to get it to run correctly.
|language-code||build only the supplied languages, or build ALL if specified or if no option is supplied|
Your translations will not be modified.
moz-l10n-builder does the following:
Currently it is too Translate.org.za specific and not easily configurable without editing. It is also not intelligent enough to work our that you want Firefox vs Thunderbird generation. A lot of this functionality should be in the Mozilla source code itself. We hope over time that this might happen.