philippe.marschall at gmail.com
Wed Oct 24 05:11:11 UTC 2007
2007/10/23, Bert Freudenberg <bert at freudenbergs.de>:
> Per-package translation files can provide translations for a specific
> class category. This overrides the default translation file provided
> with the system. We are testing this with DrGeoII in fact, we made a
> DrGeoII.mo file and place that next to the etoys.mo file containing
> the system translations, and translations from the new file will get
> picked up for all classes in the DrGeoII-* categories.
> This work is not finished and integrated yet, but supporting
> independent translations for add-on packages has been a design
> requirement from the beginning, since we do want to support those
> additions as well as possible.
> To get features like this into the squeak.org version, someone would
> have to take on the task of "harvesting" interesting things from the
> OLPC etoys update stream.
:( So there isn't a Monticello package for this?
> - Bert -
> On Oct 23, 2007, at 7:35 , stephane ducasse wrote:
> > Bert
> > How do you store the translations?
> > Because it would be cool to get them per packages as ressources
> > package.
> > I know that OLPC does not have mc but it would be good for Squeak.
> > I would like to see a merge or flow from OLPC new features to Squeak.
> > What would be the process to make sure that nothing is lost for
> > squeak?
> > Stef
> >> Actually, we do not use NLT anymore for OLPC. We exported all
> >> translations to po files:
> >> https://translations.launchpad.net/etoys/first-deployment/+pots/etoys
> >> This lets use use the "gettext" translation tools that are the
> >> standard in Linux.
> >>> It is very easy to add languages, merge, etc, but I do not find
> >>> how to delete one of them.
> >>> Another question:
> >>> Which is Babel function?
> >> Not sure what the question is.
> >> - Bert -
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