[Mailman-i18n] Latvian translation
mark at msapiro.net
Mon Jun 8 22:11:57 CEST 2009
Karlis Repsons wrote:
>On Monday 08 June 2009 18:40:39 you wrote:
>> Yes you can. It isn't seamless as you have to run msgfmt to create a
>> new mailman.mo from mailman.po and do a Mailman restart after
>> uploading new files, but there should be now other difficulties in
>> doing an incremental translation.
>Emm... You mean "no other difficulties"?
Yes. Sorry for the typo ...
>Please, could you write it out in steps what should be done after I upload
>And thanks for Mailman!
First you need to add
add_language('lv', _('Latvian'), 'utf-8', 'ltr')
to the list at the end of Mailman/Defaults.py, and copy the English (or
come other languge if you prefer) templates to templates/lv. E.g.
cp -a en lv
You also need to do
cp /path/to/unpack/messages/mailman.pot \
And make sure the ownership and permissions of these are the same as
for other languages. Then do
to make the binary mailman.mo file. Then you can do
to restart Mailman at which point Mailman should recognize Latvian as a
language, but of course it won't be translated.
Then as you make translated templates and add translated messages, you
can replace files in /path/to/templates/ and/or the
You then do
(only necessary if you changed mailman.po), and
Note that there is an experimental Pootle server for Mailman (see
<http://wiki.list.org/x/KIBJ>). I can't help with that, but others on
this list can.
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