[LibX] Help to Translate
godmar at gmail.com
Thu Mar 15 12:34:27 PDT 2012
Can you check if this looks right:
On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 3:02 PM, Denise Machado <deni.ramires at gmail.com>wrote:
> Thanks for the answers!
> Godmar, I made a brazilian portuguese's translation's first version ...
> I hope it could be useful.
> Thanks again,
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> On Thu, Mar 8, 2012 at 2:39 PM, Zeki Celikbas <celikbas at itu.edu.tr> wrote:
> > **
> > Hi Denise,
> > I've used babelzilla (http://www.babelzilla.org/index.php) to translate
> > libx to Turkish and some other languages. When you enter libx package to
> > babelzilla I think it will find necessary string to translate and will
> > provide you suitable form to translate.
> > Another modern localization system is transifex (
> > https://www.transifex.net/start/) you can give a try to this system
> > Regards
> > Zeki Celikbas
> I haven't used any of these systems, so I can't comment on how you might be
> able to localize LibX.
> Generally, the problem we've been facing is that each browser vendor uses
> their own localization system. Chrome's is different from Firefox's (and
> Microsoft IE is different altogether.)
> That's why in LibX 2.0 we created our own localization system, modeled
> after Chrome's. This means we follow Chrome's conventions, as is evidenced
> by the format of messages.json, but our Firefox version will read and use
> the same file (rather than Firefox's system.)
> To contribute translations, you need to send us a UTF-8 encoded
> messages.json file which we'll include in the Chrome/Firefox builds. As we
> add features, translations may become temporarily out-of-date; the
> translator can use the above web-site to see what's missing. For instance,
> the Japanese translation could use updating:
> - Godmar
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