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kiang
Re: Language tool updated~
  • 2005/3/19 16:17

  • kiang

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http://dev.xoops.org/modules/xfmod/project/?lang_tool

Now fix the following two problems :

1. Translate the file which in sub-sub-sub... folder. :)

2. Keep the sentences which could be process directly. Thanks snaking. :)



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kiang
Language tool updated~
  • 2005/3/13 15:48

  • kiang

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http://dev.xoops.org/modules/xfmod/pr ... owfiles.php?group_id=1104

The 0.03 version needs PHP 4.3.0 or greater. If you try to translate the language file which have some syntax besides 'define', maybe will cause some problems. I hope module developers could prevent to make this happen. :)

I havn't tried to make this module perfect. But I truly hope some other guys could develope better solution about localization.



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kiang
Re: Xaraya = Xoops history is over ?
  • 2004/12/9 13:11

  • kiang

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About the comparison :

http://www.cmsmatrix.org/



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kiang
Re: Is it possible to modify the language structure to fit
  • 2004/12/9 12:28

  • kiang

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Quote:

Mithrandir wrote:
I could, yes, but I am not the one trying to "sell" the idea.

Basically, if you cannot be hedgehogged to explain a little about the idea and why you think it would be a good idea to use it - and possibly how it fits into the current XOOPS - then I cannot be hedgehogged to research it.


OK.

It's great for 'Qt Linguist' that it could be used in cross platform and released under BSD license ( http://www.trolltech.com/newsroom/announcements/00000037.html ). It could generate the language definition in XML format and 'ez publish' had include this solution for i18n.



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kiang
Re: Is it possible to modify the language structure to fit
  • 2004/12/9 12:11

  • kiang

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'Qt Linguist' is a good tool for translation made by trolltech.

You could easily find the information from google.

Here are some links:

http://www.trolltech.com/
http://doc.trolltech.com/3.1/linguist-manual.html



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kiang
Is it possible to modify the language structure to fit 'Qt Linguist' for XOOPS3 ??
  • 2004/12/9 11:59

  • kiang

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I just found this from ez.no.

When developing the module for translation, I found many problems about the definition for the original way. Many of module developers tried to add more PHP syntax in language files. This made the jobs for automation harder and harder.

Is there any similar solution in XOOPS3 ??



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kiang
Re: May I get the module which used at dev.xoops??
  • 2004/9/15 5:44

  • kiang

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Thank you very much~




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kiang
May I get the module which used at dev.xoops??
  • 2004/9/15 4:03

  • kiang

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http://dev.xoops.org/modules/phpwiki/

I couldn't download it from the download area.



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kiang
Re: XoopsForge & Install difficulties (BUGS?)
  • 2004/9/7 3:54

  • kiang

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Got it. Let me know if you begin to work on it. Although I need some years learning to join the development, I could help in testing or some other easy jobs.

Now I have to continue the translation of gforge. Because our project must start first before some other partners being despairing...^^||



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kiang
Re: XoopsForge & Install difficulties (BUGS?)
  • 2004/9/6 8:57

  • kiang

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  • Since: 2002/9/2 1


I had the same problem. I'm trying to find out all infomation about xoopsforge. Then get some results:

1. Xoopsforge and myxoopsforge didn't release new version for a long time.
2. Both the cvs version of myxoopsforge and the package found in dev.xoops.org are unstable for a newbie, me...
3. The only one I could setup more better is novellforge( forge.novell.com/modules/xfmod/project/?forge ), but their package need some services provided by Novell...>.<

I also found many free software development systems were developed base on Sourceforge with version 2.x they released before. And most active one of these is gforge( http://gforge.org ). The mambo project also support that project ( http://mamboforge.net/ )

I've almost completed the translation to Tradition Chinese for novellforge. What should I do next ??

1. Modify the novellforge to support OpenLDAP?? --need a long time...
2. Wait the stable version of xoopsforge, myxoopsforg or the forge used in dev.xoops.org ?
3. Translate the latest version of gforge?

We( a company) want to develope a local clone of any forge system to do the same thing in our language. I prefered to use XOOPS modules. Any could help me even if need charge through paypal??




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