[Mailman-i18n] Hebrew in the Mailman system

Tokio Kikuchi tkikuchi at is.kochi-u.ac.jp
Wed Jul 6 23:19:26 CEST 2005


Hebrew in not currently supported.  In addition to the Defaults.py entry 
(you should edit mm_cfg.py) you should also consult README-I18N.en 
document in the source distribution and http://www.list.org/i18n.html 
Mailman internationalization page.


Ping Yeh wrote:

> My mailing lists work fine for both Traditional Chinese and English.
> I don't know if Hebrew is supported, but you may want to take a
> look at the file Defaults.py for lines like
> add_language('es',    _('Spanish (Spain)'),     'iso-8859-1')
> add_language('et',    _('Estonian'),            'iso-8859-15')
> and add one line for Hebrew.  The first argument is the language code,
> the second the language name, and the third the encoding name.
> Good luck,
> Ping
> Ethan Shalev wrote:
>>I'd like to create a mailman based mailing list, and I need it to support
>>English and Hebrew. At the moment, any Hebrew I write comed out as
>>gybberish Latin letters. Is there a contibution that adds Hebrew to this
>>system? if not, how can I create one? Is there a contribution guide
>>somewhere online? if not, what file(s)/DB do I need to edit in order to
>>modify an existing language into Hebrew?
>>I'd speculate (without ever seeing the inner workings of the system) that
>>the language list is held in a databese, with the language name and
>>default charset. Can anyone give me any more directions as to how I can
>>access this DB and make the needed modifications?
>>-Ethan Shalev,
>>Greenpeace Mediterranean

Tokio Kikuchi, tkikuchi@ is.kochi-u.ac.jp

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