[WG: I18N & L10N] My plan for smoothly including Pearsons' translations
jean-francois.leveque at upmc.fr
Thu Jul 11 01:41:46 PDT 2013
As far as I know variants should be working with code that uses the
RessourceLoader. It might not be working with other ways to load
Have you reported the issue in JIRA?
Nevertheless, you could still use some trick to use ja_JP_Kyoto in
ja_JP. Appending the content of your ja_JP_Kyoto file at the en of your
ja_JP file should work.
Please let me know,
On 10/07/2013 17:59, Shoji Kajita wrote:
> Hi Jean-Francois,
> We tried to use ja_JP_Kyoto to segregate customized bundles at Kyoto from ja_JP some time ago but it didn't work. Are you sure the availability of variant in sakai-2.9.x ?
> Please let me know,
> On Jul 10, 2013, at 7:21 PM, Jean-Francois Leveque<jean-francois.leveque at upmc.fr> wrote:
>> As written under 'Managing translation updates' two months ago, I was
>> wondering how to benefit from Pearsons' translations without disturbing
>> the maintained translations.
>> For the languages that are maintained and whose maintainers want to
>> review the contributed translations, I plan to add the translations to a
>> variant of the locale<language>_<country>_Pearson.
>> For the languages that are not maintained or whose maintainers do not
>> mind getting the contributed translations as is, I plan to replace the
>> current translations with the contributed ones.
>> Here is a list of the new variant locales with Pearson's translations:
>> Here is a list of the locales that will have their translations, when
>> available, replaced by Pearson's:
>> Please correct me if I misunderstood the information I got about the
>> locale you're maintaining.
>> Please feel free to ask questions too.
>> If all is fine, I plan to revert the translation inclusions that were
>> done before and add them again as planned above unless I see approval
>> comments by locale maintainer in the corresponding JIRA issue.
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