[interchange-i18n] Help, please
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Sun Feb 10 20:46:07 UTC 2002
Michel, thanks for your sharing your knowledge.
I am finally using locale.cfg and a single html set as it seems much simpler
By the way, what is the "text_no" in the [msg text_no] tag? It does its job
with or without it...?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Michel Matte" <michel.matte at sympatico.ca>
To: <interchange-i18n at interchange.redhat.com>
Sent: Saturday, 09 February, 2002 22:13
Subject: Re: [interchange-i18n] Help, please
> Francisco Sánchez wrote:
> > Well, I have found myself a solution:
> > First, since I have the locale.txt database, it seems that this should
> > been placed there, not in the catalog.cfg
> You can place translations in locale.txt or in a separate file:
> i. e. es_ES.cfg) in yourcat/config. This file can then be included in
> catalog.cfg with include statement or incorporated as a Here document.but
> locale.txt setting take precedence over individual locale files.
> > Anyway I have tried the PageDir key and it seems to be cleaner (a
> > directory for each language). This has worked.
> It is easier to start but not to maintain. Using locale.cfg (one for each
> translation ) files is more manageable but you have to set tags [L
> inside the pages and [msg text_no] [/msg] inside templates.
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