On Tue, May 13, 2003 at 09:05:42AM -0400, Barry Warsaw wrote:
On Tue, 2003-05-13 at 03:40, Tokio Kikuchi wrote:
Hi, chinese users.
I was playing on the ChineseCodecs and made a tar ball suitable for including in the mailman distribution. http://mm.tkikuchi.net/ChineseCodecs-1.1.0p.tar.gz Place it in the $(sourcedir)/misc and you will have to rewite Makefile.in and paths.py.in then configure and make install. Rewriting is rather easy because there are ja and ko entries.
Please test if it works for you.
Should we include this in the standard distro? Are the Chinese translations even good enough to claim Chinese support? I have the feeling that they've languished for quite a while (unfortunately).
I've tried the Chinese translation(GB) coming with MM2.1.2, and it's a bit partial, the web interfaces are a mixture of both Chinese and English.
I did see on www.list.org i18n pages that someone is heading up the Simplified Chinese translation. If he's stopped for some reason, I'd be rather happy to pick up his work and go on maintaining both the codecs and translations of Simplified Chinese.