Concrete5.4.1 Translations

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Hey Everyone,

With 5.4.1 Released, I need help getting all the po/mo files up to date!

So if you havn't already,
go tohttp://mygengo.com/string/p/concrete5-1...

and hit request access,
include your concrete5 username and the language you would like to update.

If the language is not there, in the same place you put your c5 user name ask me to add the language.

Thanks!

Mike

Mnkras
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RII replied on at Permalink Reply
RII
German Translation completed!

http://www.concrete5-cms.de/downloads/...
synlag replied on at Permalink Reply
synlag
thx
katz515 replied on at Permalink Reply
katz515
Are we not using SVN anymore?
Mnkras replied on at Permalink Reply
Mnkras
wheres the po file :(
UncleSam replied on at Permalink Reply
I can help with the Russian translation, as there's only a half
Mnkras replied on at Permalink Reply
Mnkras
forgot to upload the russian translation, it still needs a bit, request access and include your c5 username
texnokot replied on at Permalink Reply
Hello,

i have almost done with translation into Latvian language. Just need to make final checks for spelling and it is done. So if there is a interest i can share.
Mariusi replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi, can you please share LV lang?
miltonyoung replied on at Permalink Reply
Chinese, zh_CN, zh_HK, zh_TW

my username: miltonyoung

Yes, I can do some favor for translation of English to Chinese.
Mnkras replied on at Permalink Reply
Mnkras
go to the url in the first post and request access, and i will add you
hetas replied on at Permalink Reply
Are these the same files which are in SVN (http://svn.concrete5.org/svn/concrete5-i18n/)? Why are there language files in two places? Which ones I should be using?
cali replied on at Permalink Reply
cali
french one on your page don't seem to be up to date, i had finish it.
availaible on c5 i18 svn
lscn replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi Mike! :-)

The Portuguese-Portugal (pt-PT) translation is completed, in the sense that all items have now translation.

Still, some of previous items seem to me to be more from Brazil than Portugal. Is it OK for me to go at those too?

Thanks,
Mnkras replied on at Permalink Reply
Mnkras
yea, go ahead, thanks man,
energywave replied on at Permalink Reply
energywave
Hello Mnkras, I've only used svn until now but I wanted to see at mygengo if something was added there not in the svn. I've noticed then that it_IT refers to spanish language!!! Who can fix this and uplaod to mygengo the correct italian language?
Let me know something!
Mnkras replied on at Permalink Reply
Mnkras
oops, ill get that fixed asap :)
silavtebe replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi, Mike!
Didn't you think that this page URL (http://mygengo.com/string/p/concrete5-1) on mygengo is a bit confusing? While you are talking here about translation of ver. 5.4.1.1, that page shows "concrete5-1"...
I think it may be confusing for many users trying to catch what really version of concrete5 translation they would download.
I.e. I'm not sure if I would better download .po file from your site or from SVN?....
Sincerely, Alexandr
Mnkras replied on at Permalink Reply
Mnkras
where does it show 5-1 besides the url? in the zip there will be 2 files, one labeled 540 and one 541.

also there were no translation changes from 5.4.1 to 5.4.1.1

and use mine, the svn hasn't been updated in forever.
silavtebe replied on at Permalink Reply
Mnkras replied on at Permalink Reply
Mnkras
that is done by mygengo automatically to prevent conflicts, if you created a project with the name concrete5 it would be concrete5-2 I had no choice
silavtebe replied on at Permalink Reply
Just downloaded Russian translation from mygengo, unfortunately it has wrong encoding. It is not utf8. Wonder who could make this strange mistake...
silavtebe replied on at Permalink Reply
Hmm...very strange, Poedit sees wrong encoding while in mc I see everything's Ok.
I'm lost...nothing to recode, but nevertheless Poedit sees unreadable symbols...
silavtebe replied on at Permalink Reply 1 Attachment
Look at the file attached.
None of Poedit settings help.
Mnkras replied on at Permalink Reply
Mnkras
Im not sure what could cause that, make sure you have the latest version of poEdit
silavtebe replied on at Permalink Reply
I use latest available version in my distr (ubuntu 10.04) and never had any problems with other .po files, i.e. .po file from svn is ok.
Let me guess: was this po-file made under windows? Then it may be more clear about the root of problem.
Mnkras replied on at Permalink Reply
Mnkras
I have no idea, i would guess linux (mygengo compiles it) cause most servers run linux