[Mailman-i18n] Hebrew Mailman Support
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Wed Mar 21 20:44:22 CET 2007
????? Barry Warsaw:
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> Hi Dov,
> On Mar 20, 2007, at 10:54 AM, Dov Zamir wrote:
>> I have now finished translating the Mailman package to Hebrew,
>> although I
>> am certain that there are still many errors. In any case, I understand
>> that I should send the translation on to you. Do I do this on or off
> It's probably best to open a patch issue on SourceForge and attach
> your .po file to the patch. Then send a link to that issue here. One
> of us will pull it into svn from there.
OK, Will do. I just want to see how it looks first, and get rid of any
>> Also, is there a way I can see the results of my translation? Can I
>> compile Mailman with Hebrew support enabled?
> You can. There's a few things you'll need to do to make your
> translations available to you (we should really make this much
> easier). You'll have to add an entry for it in Defaults.py.in -- just
> cargo cult it in from one of the other languages, changing the
> language code and charset as appropriate.
> You'll need to add the directory structure until messages (and
> possibly templates too, if you've translated them) and then update the
> Makefile.in's to include Hebrew's language code. Put your .po file in
> the right place, then re-run ./configure; make; make install.
> Let us know if you get stuck anywhere. I can probably try to pay
> attention to the #mailman channel on irc.freenode.net to walk you
> through it if you want.
OK, thanks. I missed the makefiles part myself. Fixed now.
>> I tried to compile the package that I downloaded, but it complianed that
>> it was unable to import Korean:-(
> Blech. What version of Python are you using? I would suggest 2.4.4 and
> then you won't need those add-on codecs.
I do have Python 2.4.4 - but it still complains. Can I just import the
Korean? If so, how?
> - -Barry
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