In bug 1276739, we are moving to JSON files for search, replacing list.txt. For browser, we will have one JSON file that is parsed at build time to create locale specific JSON files. Once we get the code checked in, we'd like the change made in Thunderbird so we can remove the list.txt code from search service.
Here's the patch that moves thunderbird to list.json. It does not centralize the files. That's bug 1309717. To be clear, there are two stages here (as there are in Firefox). 1. Move to list.json 2. Dedupe and merge search files. 1. Is straightforward. 2. Will be painful and complicated based on what I'm seeing in Thunderbird. 2 is also unnecessary to get everything working. IT's a "nice to have"
Attachment #8800440 - Flags: review?(jorgk)
Comment on attachment 8800440 [details] [diff] [review] Move Thunderbird to list.json Thanks. That's basically what I had in attachment 8799848 [details] [diff] [review] with the list.json reworked.
Attachment #8800440 - Flags: review?(jorgk) → review+
> That's basically what I had in attachment 8799848 [details] [diff] [review] [diff] [review] with the list.json reworked. Yep. You had the exact right idea. Painful part is grabbing all the list.txt content and moving it into list.json.
So this is ready to land? Or do you want that landed after bug 1309273 so we can first see that the tests work using the old list.txt?
It's ready to land. I have it backed out locally to verify the test fix.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Closed: 4 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Target Milestone: --- → Thunderbird 52.0
Mike, which l10n branch did you use to create this list.json? I have the feeling you used central and not aurora to get the list of locales, we should do the same thing we did for Firefox (use Aurora). That includes keeping a relevant order for future sanity (first searchengines explicitly listed in search.order, then others in alphabetical order). This is the diff I'm getting with my scripts adapted from Firefox.
I did use an aurora l10n, but clearly somehow my Aurora was out of date. I guess I assumed the list.txt files hadn't changed recently. I'll fix. I'm still unclear as to where to get the list of locales to include in the list.json though. Shipping locales doesn't seem to reflect the shipping locales...
In Firefox shipped-locales includes locales that ship in Beta and Release, all-locales has all locales shipping in aurora. Since search engines are set up when we add new locales to aurora, all-locales from mozilla-aurora is the best point of reference. I assume the same is valid for comm-central/mail http://hg.mozilla.org/releases/comm-aurora/file/default/mail/locales/all-locales In any case, there must be something wrong also on my side of checks, since I don't see bn-IN anywhere (shipped-locales or all-locales).
It doesn't look like Thunderbird ships bn-IN. They ship bn-BD.
(In reply to Mike Kaply [:mkaply] from comment #10) > It doesn't look like Thunderbird ships bn-IN. They ship bn-BD. Exactly, that's why I said something is wrong on my side: my script reports bn-IN as missing in list.json but available in my checks, but it shouldn't be there. The problem is that I'm checking all locales that are enabled in Firefox, and if they have a list.txt, I consider them as available in Thunderbird. The proper way is to look at all-locales. On a side note, I'd strongly suggest someone in Thunderbird to take a look at the status of some of those (be, ta-LK come to mind).
I think in the end, it doesn't matter if we overship locales in the list.json, right? And since there's a default, even if we forget a locale, that locale will still work properly. So it's a win win. I'll take a look.
(In reply to Mike Kaply [:mkaply] from comment #12) > I think in the end, it doesn't matter if we overship locales in the > list.json, right? > > And since there's a default, even if we forget a locale, that locale will > still work properly. Given that we fallback to a default, I think it would be safer to cover the minimum (all-locales), no need to maintain unused XML files.
What's especially confusing is that af, bn-BD, gl, sr and ta-LK are in all-locales but they don't have mail/searchplugins/list.txt files...
flod: Your comparison doesn't look correct. The values you have for the various locales are browser, not mail. For instance ar is: "bing", "yahoo", "twitter", "wikipedia-ar", "amazondotcom" It doesn't have google: https://dxr.mozilla.org/l10n-mozilla-aurora/source/ar/mail/searchplugins/list.txt
I clearly forgot to update some pieces of the script still referencing 'browser'. Let me fix it and re-run the script.
Hopefully this makes more sense. This is the script generating it https://gist.github.com/flodolo/d969c1f7f24dd6b9b646cfaf8f38200c
Attachment #8800534 - Attachment is obsolete: true
Hi Mike and Francesco, you're busily discussing in a bug that was closed in comment #6 ;-) I'm only following the discussion from a corner of my eye. Is this about improving list.json for Thunderbird since we're in a Thunderbird bug here? Or for Firefox? Please let me know. I'm happy to land any patch you deem fit ;-) There is also bug 1309717 which was meant to provide an optimised list.json for Thunderbird.
I think we're basically trying to agree on a follow-up bug :-) Bug 1309717 can probably be used for that, otherwise it would pretty much be a dupe of this one.
Adding https://l10n.mozilla-community.org/~flod/p12n/errors/?channel=trunk&product=mail Things to note: * en-GB has a reference to eBay that should be removed * You use wikipediapt for pt-PT, but it's still wikipediaptpt.xml in the l10n repository. Is there an open bug to centralize .xml files as well? I can help fixing that at the beginning of the next Aurora cycle, would just need a bug on file to avoid forgetting * fbc-pl.xml is missing for pl All errors tagged as "SP" should be fixed in list.json, those marked as p12n come from region.properties
> * en-GB has a reference to eBay that should be removed Fixed > * You use wikipediapt for pt-PT, but it's still wikipediaptpt.xml in the l10n repository. Is there an open bug to centralize .xml files as well? I can help fixing that at the beginning of the next Aurora cycle, would just need a bug on file to avoid forgetting Not yet. I gues we can use bug 1309717. I think this is going to be more painful than Firefox though. > * fbc-pl.xml is missing for pl It's not in list.txt: https://dxr.mozilla.org/l10n-mozilla-aurora/source/pl/mail/searchplugins/list.txt even though it's in the directory. I'll fix the rest and put a patch in bug 1309717.
(In reply to Mike Kaply [:mkaply] from comment #21) > Not yet. I gues we can use bug 1309717. I think this is going to be more > painful than Firefox though. I would definitely keep the move for Firefox and Thunderbird separate. Also, moving them into a centralized folder is not a blocker, and requires a lot of checks for duplicates. You're correct about pl, I misread my own error report…
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