[geeklog-devel] Gettext and ISP's

Tony Bibbs tony at tonybibbs.com
Tue Jan 21 21:07:01 EST 2003

Hrm, looking at it I'm not impressed with the language stuff.  It seems 
to use a database to store translations.  I have a fundamental problem 
with this...anybody else?  I think maybe some of the other things 
(date/time, currency, etc) may prove useful.


Jason Whittenburg wrote:
> I say no, ISPs will probally not have gettext installed.
> As for the method, what does pear I18N package offer?  It says it supports
> different methods...  *shrug*
> See: http://opensource.visionp.de/modules/project/i18n.php
> -Jason
> Tony Bibbs said:
>>Is it safe to assume most ISP's have PHP configured with gettext
>>support?  Or should we remove that as an assumption and support both
>>gettext() and  the current translation method as well?
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