[geeklog-translations] Help with language file
tal at 1212.co.il
Mon Feb 10 11:07:49 EST 2003
you can use "utf-8" Encoding. it is good for all languages.
On Friday 07 February 2003 15:58, MzOzD wrote:
> Actually, you can change the menu titles from within the Administrator
> interface. That is also true for any static pages or/and custom blocks that
> you maybe want to create.
> as far it concerns the language file, you *must* translate the english.php
> that is located in the language/ directory. You could also translate the
> static pages plugin form english to japanese. Be sure, to use the Japanese
> ISO charset (ISO-2022-JP i think). I am not familiar with the charsets of
> your language, but i suggest you use the most formal one to do the job.
> If you want your users to read/write japanese you only need to translate
> english.php to japanese. If you are short on time right now, you can only
> translate the menu of the users in english.php and not the administrating
> interface. Make sure, you do not alter the literal string sings ( " ) in
> the language file for the geeklog will not work normally.
> Good luck,
> 7/2/2003 3:14:54 נל, Kunihiko Harada <harada at nufs.ac.jp> wrote:
> >Geeklog folks,
> >I searched for a good web portal option, and I bumped into this site. I
> >really like Geeklog because it seems simple to setup and may allow
> > Japanese readers to contribute in Japanese.
> >Now the following in the Geeklog Configuration File gave me an impression
> >that it may not be too difficult to localize GeekLog in Japanese.
> >Localizing GeekLog is fairly easy. All strings are contained in a language
> >file. The default file that ships with the tarball is english.php. People
> >interested in translating Geeklog to other languages are encouraged to
> > join the geeklog-translations mailing list. All important information
> > concerning translating Geeklog will be posted there.
> >Here are my questions.
> >1. Does the latest Geeklog allow me to use Japanese as is or if I choose
> >Japanese language file that came with it?
> >2. Assuming that above is possible. Which files must be translated besides
> >english language file if I want to have Japanese menus?
> >I appreciate your help.
> >Kuni Harada
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