- Translation Overview
This is my thirteenth contribution to Node.js, I have been working with the folder called CHANGELOG_V6.md in the past few contributions. Since this particular folder indicates every single change in Node.js V6, because of this it is quite extensive and has a short and concise string for each individual change. This information is necessary so developers can properly understand all of the changes, so they can take advantage of them and use this software in the most effective way possible. Besides informing about the changes, each string also has the name of the person who proposed that particular change, and due to the fact there were some technical terms in a few strings, it was better to left those terms untranslated to preserve the original meaning of the text.
Here we can see some examples of the translated strings:
[<0>3d8b3f7b4a</0>] - <1>test</1>: refactor tls test to use fixtres.readSync (Brian O'Connell) <2>#16816</2>
[<0>3d8b3f7b4a</0>] - <1>test</1>: refactorizar la prueba tls para usar fixtres.readSync (Brian O'Connell) <2>#16816</2>
[<0>3acf156b68</0>] - <1>test</1>: remove message argument in cluster setup test (mbornath) <2>#16838</2>
[<0>3acf156b68</0>] - <1>test</1>: remover el argumento del mensaje en la prueba de instalación de clúster (mbornath) <2>#16838</2>
[<0>969defaae9</0>] - <1>test</1>: enable mustCall() during child exit (Vipin Menon) <2>#16915</2>
[<0>969defaae9</0>] - <1>test</1>: habilitar mustCall() durante la salida del proceso secundario (Vipin Menon) <2>#16915</2>
When working on this contribution I was able to learn the following concepts:
Shell command: in computing, a shell is a user interface for access to an operating system's services. In general, operating system shells use either a command-line interface (CLI) or graphical user interface (GUI), depending on a computer's role and particular operation. It is named a shell because it is the outermost layer around the operating system kernel. | Source
Backpoting: Backporting is the action of taking parts from a newer version of a software system or software component and porting them to an older version of the same software. It forms part of the maintenance step in a software development process, and it is commonly used for fixing security issues in older versions of the software and also for providing new features to older versions. | Source
Newline: ... (frequently called line ending, end of line (EOL), line feed, or line break) is a control character or sequence of control characters in a character encoding specification (e.g. ASCII or EBCDIC) that is used to signify the end of a line of text and the start of a new one. | Source
Fixtures modules: fixture is a python module for loading and referencing test data… It provides several utilities for achieving a fixed state when testing Python programs. Specifically, these utilities setup / teardown databases and work with temporary file systems. | Source
In the previous contributions, I included the definition of these terms: deprecation, I/O - input/output, callback, asynchrony, POSIX, parsing, path, wildcard, wrapper function, stack trace, floating point value, error-first callbacks, transpilation tool, root certificate, little-endian, DNS rebinding, same-origin-policy, keep-alive behavior, stringification, arrow function, salt (cryptography), semver and lint.
Source language: English
Translated language: Spanish
I have made several contributions in the past, and I also published a series of articles in both languages. I am also part of the Utopian + DaVinci Spanish team.
- Word Count
Part 13: 1083
Total: 14413 words