Major update to #OmegaT QA Script

Sometime ago my monkey approach to programming led me to creating a GUI for QA rules checking script. That was fun, the result was sometimes even usable, but since I don’t really know how to program, I got stuck with developing it. Ok, a rule or two was added now and then, but that doesn’t really count. But then all of a sudden the spellcheck script in OmegaT got drastically improved, and that meant I could mimic some new ideas. That’s exactly what I did, and here’s the new “QA – Check Rules” script:

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“Filtered” Note Export in #OmegaT

This script is variation of the one published before that exports all notes in the current project. The only difference is that this one allows you to select which notes will get exported based on the first line of the note. The resultant HTML table will consist of four columns: Source, Target, Filtered Notes (adjustable heading name), and Reply.
Say, you want to be able to export only the notes that start with <query>, as you’ve been using this word (<query>) to mark your questions to the client. In order to do so, go to line 14 and specify which mark-word was used. Note: The mark-word used to filter notes should be found in the very beginning of the very first line of the note, otherwise it’ll be ignored. In line 15 you can specify the column heading.

All project notes

All project notes

Only filtered notes

Only filtered notes

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Export TMX for new translations

Here’s a script that lets you export translation units that are newer than a specified date. It might be useful if you get a project with a legacy TMX containing some perfect matches (that memory should be put into /tm/auto), and you want to be able to run QA tests only on new TU’s that have been translated since you’ve started to work on the project, or you want to keep your own translations for later and don’t really care for what has been translated before.

If the script is invoked without changing or specifying anything, it looks for TU’s that are one day old and works globally on the whole project. If you need to filter TU’s older or newer than that, you’ll have to specify the date on line 21.
The date should be in “yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm” (4_digit_year-2_digit_month-2_digit_day space 2_digit_hour_in_military_notation:2_digit_minute) format. If not specified properly, it will fall back to the default one-day-old value.
Beside that, the user can specify whether the script should work globally on the entire project, or only on selected files. To enable file selection, the line 27 should read:
select_files = 'yes'
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Export TMX for selected files

OmegaT exports TMX for current files in the project every time translated documents are created. It writes three TMX files in the root of the project. But what if you need a translation memory file that contains translation units of only one or several files, not all that are currently present in the project. One solution is to temporarily move unneeded files out of source folder, reload the project and then create translated documents. But it is somewhat awkward and time consuming.
Here’s a groovy script that lets you select one or several files located in the same subfolder of the current project’s /source. Once they are selected, the script writes selected_files.[date_time].tmx in the project root. This TMX-file contains TU’s only for the selected files.

  • write_sel_files2TMX.groovy
    /*
     * Purpose:	Export source and translation segments of user selected 
     *	files into TMX-file
     * #Files:	Writes 'selected_files_<date_time>.tmx' in the current project's root
     * #File format:	TMX v.1.4
     * #Details:	http:/ /wp.me / p3fHEs-6g
     *
     * @author  Kos Ivantsov
     * @date    2013-08-12
     * @version 0.3
     */
    
    import javax.swing.JFileChooser
    import org.omegat.util.StaticUtils
    import org.omegat.util.TMXReader
    import static javax.swing.JOptionPane.*
    import static org.omegat.util.Platform.*
    
    def prop = project.projectProperties
    if (!prop) {
    	final def title = 'Export TMX from selected files'
    	final def msg   = 'Please try again after you open a project.'
    	showMessageDialog null, msg, title, INFORMATION_MESSAGE
    	return
    }
    
    def curtime = new Date().format("MMM-dd-yyyy_HH.mm")
    srcroot = new File(prop.getSourceRoot())
    def fileloc = prop.projectRoot+'selected_files_'+curtime+'.tmx'
    exportfile = new File(fileloc)
    def sourceroot = prop.getSourceRoot().toString() as String
    
    JFileChooser fc = new JFileChooser(
    	currentDirectory: srcroot,
    	dialogTitle: "Choose files to export",
    	fileSelectionMode: JFileChooser.FILES_ONLY, 
    	//the file filter must show also directories, in order to be able to look into them
    	multiSelectionEnabled: true)
    
    if(fc.showOpenDialog() != JFileChooser.APPROVE_OPTION) {
    console.println "Canceled"
    return
    }
    
    if (!(fc.selectedFiles =~ sourceroot.replaceAll(/\\+/, '\\\\\\\\'))) {
    		console.println "Selection outside of ${prop.getSourceRoot()} folder"
    		final def title = 'Wrong file(s) selected'
    		final def msg   = "Files must be in ${prop.getSourceRoot()} folder."
    		showMessageDialog null, msg, title, INFORMATION_MESSAGE
    		return
    	}
    
    if (prop.isSentenceSegmentingEnabled())
    	segmenting = TMXReader.SEG_SENTENCE
    	else
    	segmenting = TMXReader.SEG_PARAGRAPH
    
    def sourceLocale = prop.getSourceLanguage().toString()
    def targetLocale = prop.getTargetLanguage().toString()
    
    exportfile.write("", 'UTF-8')
    exportfile.append("<?xml version=\"1.0\" encoding=\"UTF-8\"?>\n", 'UTF-8')
    exportfile.append("<!DOCTYPE tmx SYSTEM \"tmx11.dtd\">\n", 'UTF-8')
    exportfile.append("<tmx version=\"1.4\">\n", 'UTF-8')
    exportfile.append(" <header\n", 'UTF-8')
    exportfile.append("  creationtool=\"OmegaTScripting\"\n", 'UTF-8')
    exportfile.append("  segtype=\"" + segmenting + "\"\n", 'UTF-8')
    exportfile.append("  o-tmf=\"OmegaT TMX\"\n", 'UTF-8')
    exportfile.append("  adminlang=\"EN-US\"\n", 'UTF-8')
    exportfile.append("  srclang=\"" + sourceLocale + "\"\n", 'UTF-8')
    exportfile.append("  datatype=\"plaintext\"\n", 'UTF-8')
    exportfile.append(" >\n", 'UTF-8')
    fc.selectedFiles.each{
    	fl = "${it.toString()}" - "$sourceroot"
    	exportfile.append("  <prop type=\"Filename\">" + fl + "</prop>\n", 'UTF-8')
    }
    exportfile.append(" </header>\n", 'UTF-8')
    exportfile.append("  <body>\n", 'UTF-8')
    
    def count = 0
    fc.selectedFiles.each{
    	fl = "${it.toString()}" - "$sourceroot" 
    	files = project.projectFiles
    	files.each{
    		if ( "${it.filePath}" != "$fl" ) {
    		println "Skipping to the next file"
    		}else{
    	it.entries.each {
    	def info = project.getTranslationInfo(it)
    	def changeId = info.changer
    	def changeDate = info.changeDate
    	def creationId = info.creator
    	def creationDate = info.creationDate
    	def alt = 'unknown'
    	if (info.isTranslated()) {
    		source = StaticUtils.makeValidXML(it.srcText)
    		target = StaticUtils.makeValidXML(info.translation)
    		exportfile.append("    <tu>\n", 'UTF-8')
    		exportfile.append("      <tuv xml:lang=\"" + sourceLocale + "\">\n", 'UTF-8')
    		exportfile.append("        <seg>" + "$source" + "</seg>\n", 'UTF-8')
    		exportfile.append("      </tuv>\n", 'UTF-8')
    		exportfile.append("      <tuv xml:lang=\"" + targetLocale + "\"", 'UTF-8')
    		exportfile.append(" changeid=\"${changeId ?: alt }\"", 'UTF-8')
    		exportfile.append(" changedate=\"${ changeDate > 0 ? new Date(changeDate).format("yyyyMMdd'T'HHmmss'Z'") : alt }\"", 'UTF-8')
    		exportfile.append(" creationid=\"${creationId ?: alt }\"", 'UTF-8')
    		exportfile.append(" creationdate=\"${ creationDate > 0 ? new Date(creationDate).format("yyyyMMdd'T'HHmmss'Z'") : alt }\"", 'UTF-8')
    		exportfile.append(">\n", 'UTF-8')
    		exportfile.append("        <seg>" + "$target" + "</seg>\n", 'UTF-8')
    		exportfile.append("      </tuv>\n", 'UTF-8')
    		exportfile.append("    </tu>\n", 'UTF-8')
    		count++;
    				}
    			}
    		}
    	}
    }
    exportfile.append("  </body>\n", 'UTF-8')
    exportfile.append("</tmx>", 'UTF-8')
    
    final def title = 'TMX file written'
    final def msg   = "$count TU's written to " + exportfile.toString()
    console.println msg
    showMessageDialog null, msg, title, INFORMATION_MESSAGE
    return
    

    The TMX file is rewritten each time the script in invoked.

Big thank you goes to Roman Mironov and Velior Translation Agency for the idea and comprehensive support.
Suggestions and comments are always welcome.
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Simple QA with OmegaT GUI scripts

Here I want to share several groovy scripts that bring up a window showing a clickable segment # button to skip to the respective segment, and source and target segments that meet certain criteria. I’m not a scripting master, so I share them in hope that they can be helpful to some and improved by many (reverse the pronouns if needed).
Here’s but one screenshot to give you an idea what this is all about.
Window showing a simple QA check

Following is a list of scripts with links (click on titles) to download them, and short descriptions of what each one does.

Update: Please, download scripts from the dedicated SF.net project page where they are maintained. Scripts at the links below might be obsolete (though most likely still working).

  • Check QA rules script
  • This one is a simple QA check. Originally it was included in OmegaT scripts bundle, but I expanded it to show a window with clickable buttons. Currently checks for leading and trailing spaces, double words, and unproportionally longer or shorter target segments. If anyone knows how to add more rules to check, please share.
    Update: No need to download this script from here, it’s now included in the OmegaT bundle.

  • Show Source = Target
  • This one was originally included in the bundle as well, and I just added the GUI part. It brings up a window that lets you navigate through segments where target is the same as source.

  • Show Untranslated
  • This script brings up a window with all the untranslated segments, so you get only segment # buttons and source segments. Beside that, in the scripting console (lower part of the right side of the Scripting window) you get the count of all and unique untranslated segments. I don’t see a big practical value of this script, but a friend of mine and a fellow OmegaT user felt really blessed to get it. This one originally isn’t mine either, I used Yu Tang’s idea that he shared on OmegaT Yahoo! Group.