[icq-devel] Polish xlation of the ICQ Protocol web site
rad2k at mail.ru
Wed Jun 12 14:31:32 CEST 2002
Isn't it possible to create a string table ? that should solve the problem. I mean a string
table as the one you may use in c++ and then call loadstring safely.
its obvious you need all translations up to date :) yeah, but still any short scripting could help.
(if possible) to use an english version by default if the specified language entry doesn't exist.
On Wed, 12 Jun 2002 13:43:45 +0200
Rüdiger Kuhlmann <icq-list-oWUpAQCWC2r4 at ruediger-kuhlmann.de> wrote:
> >--[Pawel]--<kagyu108 at optonline.net>
> > I'd like to offer
> You may want to fix your clock on your computer first...
> > Polish translation of the ICQ Protocol website but first I'd like to know
> > if somebody , by any chance , isn't working on it, already.
> *ehem* the website??? That thing is connected to a database, so you'd have
> to extend the database, then you'd have to add translated entries, and then
> you'd have to make sure that all new entries are at least also available in
> English, as otherwise only readers in Polish (or Russian, for that matter)
> would be able to read the new entry.
> So if you want to translate something, you may want to translate mICQ
> itself to polish, as the available translation is somewhat old.
> >--[Alex Demchenko]--<alex at ritlabs.com>
> > P> I'd like to offer Polish translation of the ICQ Protocol website but first
> > P> I'd like to know if somebody , by any chance , isn't working on it, already.
> > I'm offering to do the same in russian :)
> The last mICQ Russian translation was done by #76883762, so you may contact
> him first if you plan to do that.
> If you want to work on translating mICQ in general, you need to have the
> "cvs" command available on your system, as it compares two files to check
> for changed translation strings. If you do, just go to the lang/
> subdirectory, choose your language and country code (like, de_DE, or xx_YY,
> or just xx) and issue the command "./i18n-template xx_YY.i18n". This will
> copy all new strings to xx_YY.i18n and comment out all change strings. All
> lines look like "1234:translated string". Lines starting with a '#' are
> comments; you'll have lots of lines "#1234:english string" - that's what you
> work on. Lines like "#-#1234:old translated string" mark the previous
> version of a translation that has changed (it will be accompanied by a
> "#1234:english string" line). '¶' symbols will be replaced by newlines, so
> keep them intact, as well as %-escapes for printf()-interpolations. Mail
> your work to me, and please notify me if you start working. Thanks.
> Yours, Rüdiger.
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