[pmwiki-users] Help please was Re: Language: PmWiki group configuration for dummies - II
Donald Z. Osborn
dzosborn at gmail.com
Mon Nov 13 21:11:33 CST 2006
Thanks, Hans, this did work.Now I can have wikigroups with French (selected
other languages to follow).
Next will be to try the language detection script for the principal
wikigroup (most of the content there is English, but meeting the user at
least on the level of commands in their language (for what languages there
are) is an advantage).
On 11/12/06, Hans <design5 at softflow.co.uk> wrote:
> Sunday, November 12, 2006, 6:14:24 PM, Donald wrote:
> > Thanks Crisses, The basic question is, I think, whether the whole i18n
> > folder - or relevant files for the language(s) one needs - go directly
> > the wikilib.d folder. Apparently at least some of them do? But if I want
> > luxury of all languages, then that is a lot of files.
> > Originally I thought that the i18 folder as such would be accessed and
> > recognized. I unpacked
> > i18n.tgz<http://www.pmichaud.com/pub/pmwiki/i18n.tgz>on my computer
> > and did not attempt to do that on the server (not even sure
> > you can unpack via FTP). I'm obviously missing a couple of things here.
> If you just need French language support, and want the French
> documentation pages, unpack the i18n.tgz on your local machine, move
> all files with PmWikiFr.* into wikilib.d, and upload those.
> No need to upload all pages for all languages.
> then add to your config.php:
> which will translate all or many of the English words in the system to
> French. Ther eshould also be a XLCookbookPage for French, which helps
> with terms used in recipes and skins.
> you may need to change the locale as well, to change time display for
> instance. But it may have been already achieved with some entries on
> the PmWikiFr.XLPage. Maybe the following page says a bit more?
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