It is a bit hard to figure out the correct language codes. I think it would be good if the languages_mapping section in the documentation mentions that the left side refers to Crowdin language codes. A few examples certainly help, too.
Interestingly, the merge/pull request does not get updated. I would have expected that the now unused app/src/main/res/values-es-rES/strings.xml is removed. app/src/main/res/values-es/strings.xml is already there from when I used a different configuration. It seems the merge/pull request is additive. Is this on purpose?
Mind the typo in your answer:language_mapping → languages_mapping
I appreciate. By this the feature is much more accessible for first time users.
Old merge request always remains the same, the new one should be created with new files and changes.
Interesting. I would have expected that outdated files and folders are removed in a follow up commit. This way the branch is still non-invasive (changes can be undone at any time). Is the cumulative behavior documented somewhere?
Haven’t you received the new one?
New ones are now needed. They are there already in an earlier commit on the same branch from the time were I tried a different configuration.
Don’t about about the documentation, but it was like for the all time that pull requests were added, like request 1 is waiting, then request 2 and so on an so on. In past I can have like 15 requests waiting for approval