Go to main content

Textpattern CMS support forum

You are not logged in. Register | Login | Help

#157 2008-11-25 20:29:32

laze
Member
From: Budapest, Hungary
Registered: 2006-02-21
Posts: 11
Website

Re: [Obsolete] Translating Textpattern to ...

Hello.
My friends in here, Hungary updated the transalation to be ready for 4.0.7. I uploaded it to: http://textpattern.hu/files/hu-hu.txt
It’s also UTF-8 encoded. Thanks for update! (If any problems are with this, just send me a message…)

Bye

Last edited by laze (2008-11-25 20:30:28)


bye:

laze

Offline

#158 2008-12-08 17:18:27

pompilos
Member
From: Spain
Registered: 2005-06-07
Posts: 114
Website

Re: [Obsolete] Translating Textpattern to ...

I have completed again the Spanish traslation in order to cover the 4.0.7 version of Textpattern. My proposal can be downloaded from http://blog.pompilos.org/files/es-es.txt. This one includes many tags who lack in the official Spanish version. Can anyone upload my version to the RPC server? Thanks.

Last edited by pompilos (2008-12-08 21:37:26)

Offline

#159 2008-12-14 18:35:55

pompilos
Member
From: Spain
Registered: 2005-06-07
Posts: 114
Website

Re: [Obsolete] Translating Textpattern to ...

Hello. I am still improving the Spanish traslation (there were more errors than I supposed at first sight).

In the meantime, I have detected an error in the original version “en-gb.txt”. At some sentences used in the tab “Presentation > Sections” the question mark is absent (lines 869 and 870 by example). The author of that sentences supposed all languages use a final question mark, and thus he embeded the final question mark in the PHP code of Textpattern, instead of putting it in the “en-gb.txt” file.

But actually many languages use other question marks (greek does, by example), while Spanish uses initial and final question marks. ¿Could someone correct the “en-gb.txt” and PHP code in order to solve this minimal error? Thanks.

Last edited by pompilos (2008-12-14 18:41:22)

Offline

#160 2008-12-15 01:52:04

wet
Developer
From: Lenzing, Austria
Registered: 2005-06-06
Posts: 3,267
Website

Re: [Obsolete] Translating Textpattern to ...

Thanks, fixed in r3048.

Offline

#161 2008-12-21 16:05:54

pompilos
Member
From: Spain
Registered: 2005-06-07
Posts: 114
Website

Re: [Obsolete] Translating Textpattern to ...

Hello, wet.

I have found another “bug” when I was localizating the Spanish language file.

I am now running my own translation installed “From archive”. Quite all the sentences of my Textpattern installation have been substituted by the new locatization archive. But there are some sentences who didn’t update. That is the case of the sentences at “Presentation > Pages” who toogle (appear and disappear) when you click on the tags of the left column. Because of that I am not able to check if the new translated sentences do the actions they are supposed to do.

I suppose that there is a problem in the “installation from archive” feature, and that these sentences will be updated when the new translation would be downloaded from the official repository. But I am not really sure of that.

Do you have any idea about it? Is it a bug?

Last edited by pompilos (2008-12-21 21:43:00)

Offline

#162 2009-01-27 16:12:14

mlarino
Member
Registered: 2007-06-29
Posts: 367

Re: [Obsolete] Translating Textpattern to ...

Hi
I am trying to edit the language I have installed “Spanish”
Because in the Write section I want to change some things like “Title” to “Name” for my client, and some other things?

Where is the file that controls all this?
I found en-gb.php but that is English, and I have installed the Spanish version of 4.0.8
Any one can tell me in what folder is the file that is controlling those names?
Thanks!

Offline

#163 2009-01-27 16:20:18

redbot
Plugin Author
Registered: 2006-02-14
Posts: 1,410

Re: [Obsolete] Translating Textpattern to ...

Language informations are kept in the db so open phpmyadmin, go to the “txp_lang” table, search for the term to translate and modify it. It’s easier to do than to explain, and remember if you mess up something you only need to udate the language through txp (preferences -> languages)

Offline

#164 2009-01-27 19:10:40

els
Moderator
From: The Netherlands
Registered: 2004-06-06
Posts: 7,458

Re: [Obsolete] Translating Textpattern to ...

redbot wrote:

remember if you mess up something you only need to udate the language through txp (preferences -> languages)

Remember that this also means that with every language update your changes will be lost!

Offline

#165 2009-01-27 21:24:16

redbot
Plugin Author
Registered: 2006-02-14
Posts: 1,410

Re: [Obsolete] Translating Textpattern to ...

Els wrote:

Remember that this also means that with every language update your changes will be lost!

True! So another thing to remember is to take note of every term you modify in case of accidental update disaster ;)

Offline

#166 2009-01-27 23:06:25

pompilos
Member
From: Spain
Registered: 2005-06-07
Posts: 114
Website

Re: [Obsolete] Translating Textpattern to ...

mlarino dijo:

Hi. I am trying to edit the language I have installed “Spanish”

Hello, mlarino.

There is another way of doing it, more secure in my opinion because it doesn’t touch your database.
  1. Go to the official translation file to Spanish: http://rpc.textpattern.com/lang/es-es.txt and download it to your computer.
  2. Change whatever you want to be changed.
  3. Upload the file “es-es.txt” via FTP to your TXP installation, and put it in /textpattern/lang/
  4. Enter the Admin interface of TXP and navigate to “Preferencias > Idioma > (bottom) Instalar desde archivo (solo expertos)” and, in the new windows click “Instalar”. Your translation will appear in the TXP interface.

Doing so, you will allways be able to toogle betwen the two versions: the official one (by pressing “Instalar desde servidor remoto”) and yours (by pressing again “Istalar desde archivo”).

Good luck.

Last edited by pompilos (2009-01-27 23:11:30)

Offline

#167 2009-01-28 00:22:48

redbot
Plugin Author
Registered: 2006-02-14
Posts: 1,410

Re: [Obsolete] Translating Textpattern to ...

pompilos wrote:

There is another way of doing it, more secure in my opinion because it doesn’t touch your database.

hmm… good idea, thank you!

Offline

#168 2009-01-28 00:59:04

mlarino
Member
Registered: 2007-06-29
Posts: 367

Re: [Obsolete] Translating Textpattern to ...

Thanks everyone for your help!

Offline

Board footer

Powered by FluxBB