[geeklog-translations] Language file changes in Geeklog 1.5.1

Dirk Haun dirk at haun-online.de
Sun Sep 7 04:50:28 EDT 2008


Hi,

we are about to release Geeklog 1.5.1rc1 later today. Since 1.5.1 is
mostly a bugfix update for 1.5.0, there weren't too many language file
changes this time around.

Here's a quick overview of the new texts that have been added:

$LANG11:
6 => "Subscribe to '%s'"

$LANG33:
53 => 'All Frontpage Stories',
54 => 'Please select the type of feed to create.',
55 => 'Articles'

$LANG_DB_BACKUP:
'not_found' => 'Incorrect path, security restriction in effect or
mysqldump utility not executable.<br'
. XHTML . '> Check <strong>mysqldump_path</strong>
definition in the Configuration.<br'
. XHTML . '> Check <a href="http://www.php.net/
manual/en/features.safe-mode.php#ini.open-basedir">open_basedir</a>
settings in PHP.<br'
. XHTML . "> Path currently defined as:
<var>{$_DB_mysqldump_path}</var>",

This text is not new but has been extended to include a note about
possible open_basedir restrictions to help in identifying problems doing
a database backup.

$LANG_CONFIG:
'disable' => 'Click to disable this option',
'enable' => 'Enable'

$LANG_configselects['Core']:
18 => array('Disabled' => 0, 'Enabled (Exact Match)' => 1, 'Enabled
(Word Beginning)' => 2, 'Enabled (Word Fragment)' => 3)


A new error message has been added in the Links plugin:
$PLG_links_MESSAGE17 = 'This category id is already in use.';


And in the Polls plugin:
$LANG_POLLS:
'start_poll' => 'Start Poll'


As usual, the 1.5.1 tarball will ship with language files that have
already been updated to include these texts (in English). The only
exception is the 'not_found' message - it will still contain the old
translation.

If you have any other updated or new translations that you haven't
submitted yet, now would be a good time to do that so we can include
them in the official 1.5.1 tarball. Depending on how things work out,
Geeklog 1.5.1 could be released in a week or two.

bye, Dirk


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