Re: i18n of tasksel (and cdebconf)
> I found that Japanese sentense says "Push Enter to configure in
> Japanese language" which is apparently different from English
Yes, the 'enter' part is from the old installer. We plan to make the
new installer independent of the input method (think X and mouse), and
do not want to mention special keys in the user instructions. The
'press enter' part should be removed.
> Though I cannot read most of languages in the languagelist.l10n
> file, many languages have "Enter" in the sentence, which implies
> they are all outdated.
Yes. I hope the translators will fix it soon. :)