[Translation][Spanish] Node.js (1115 words) (Part 53)
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- Translation Overview
This is the 53rd translation I have made for the Node.js project, and on this contribution I continued translating the RELEASES.MD folder. Here's a brief description of the last one:
-- RELEASES.MD: This folder describes the release process to follow in relation to its technical aspects. It defines, step by step, all the important details one has to know to release an, for example, update. It goes from who are the individuals that have the power to do so, to the syntax to use once a release is done.
Since I have already described what this folder is about in the last post, I am going to jump straight to the new terms I have found throughout this contribution that needed further information in order to be translated correctly.
The first term I found was Smoke Testing. In computer programming, a smoke testing (also known as confidence testing, sanity testing, build verification test and build acceptance test) is defined as a preliminary test to discover simple failures to reject prospective software release. In other words, it is a software testing that allows you to determine if a deployed build is stable or not. This test helps us to verify whether the important features are working correctly (or not) and that there are no showstoppers in the build that is under testing.
Here is the cycle where smoke testing is involved:
A smoke testing brings a lot of advantages in order to know the functionality of a code before it is released. Here's a brief list of those advantages:
- Easy to perform testing
- Defects will be identified in early stages.
- Improves the quality of the system
- Reduces the risk
- Progress is easier to access.
- Saves test effort and time
- Easy to detect critical errors and correction of errors.
- It runs quickly
- Minimises integration risks
The next term is ccache. At first I thought it was a typing error of "cache", but then I Googled it and I found that it is actually a term, however it is related to it. Ccache is a compiler cache that catches the output of C/C++ compilation, so the next time, the same compilation can be avoided and the results are taken from the cache. Basically it speeds u recompilation by catching previous compilations and detecting when the same compilation is being done once again.
Here's a graph that shows the effect on time using ccache.
Ccache is free software, released under the GNU General Public License version 3 or later.
Examples of strings translated:
1. EN: At the top of each <0>CHANGELOG_*.md</0> file, and in the root <0>CHANGELOG.md</0> file,
there is a table indexing all releases in each major release line.
SP: Por encima de cada archivo <0>CHANGELOG_*.md</0>, y en el archivo <0>CHANGELOG.md</0> raíz, hay una tabla que indexa todos los lanzamientos en cada línea de lanzamiento mayor.
2. EN: A link to
the new release needs to be added to each.
SP: Es necesario
añadir un enlace a cada uno de los nuevos lanzamientos.
3. EN: Step 3: Update any REPLACEME tags in the docs
SP: Paso 3: Actualizar cualquier etiqueta de REPLACEME en los documentos
-- Wikipedia. Smoke Testing (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smoke_testing_(software))
-- Guru99. What is Smoke Testing? (https://www.guru99.com/smoke-testing.html#6)
-- Wikipedia. ccache (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ccache)
-- Ccache. (https://ccache.dev/)
I translated from English to Spanish.
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- Word Count
I have translated 1,115 words. This contribution has been made between the dates Jun/16/2019, when I realized the translation, and Jun/24/2019, when I realized the corrections.
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