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Bug#146700: marked as done (Japanese dialog issues)

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Package: boot-floppies
Version: 3.0.22

There are major line-wrap problems in the Japanese dialogs for Woody
install as well as typographical errors.  Because Japanese do not use the
concept of spaces, I believe there are "forced" spaces inside the dialog
text to force a linebreak, and some of the dialogs end up looking
artificially broken.  As for the typos, the ones that I'm not sure about
have been appended with a (?).

I'd be willing to work on it; however, I'm not capable of sending out
JP-encoded files from this machine, so for the time being I'm just going
to point out those that I can tell.  This is off the miniCD release of
Woody (version 10 - May 11th) using bf24 (kernel 2.4).

This list is no way complete.  Please let me know if I should continue
doing it or if there's a better way for me to contribute (ie, typing
between two machines to have someone else fix it is probably not the best
way of accomplishing it. ;)

Kevin "Starfox" Arima

Keyboard Selection:
	1st line could break after ,
	Last line could break after "keyboard"

Floppy Module: The Whole dialog

Disk Drive Selection: The Whole Dialog (first, second, and third)

Continue without Swap:
	Two lines start with , and extra halfspace

Main dialog - "Linux Native partion exists but is not mounted":
	2nd line could break after ,
	Missing "i" on 6th line before .

File System Type Selection:
	2nd line could break after .

Bad Block Scan: Whole Dialog

Confirmation for FS selection:
	2nd line could break after "filesystem"
	Extra halfspace after "Hontoni" last line

Root File System:
	2nd line "shinakereba narimasen" should be "...ikemasen"(?)

Found Debian CD-ROM:
	1st line "Sukunakutomo" should be "...temo"(?)
	1st line "CDROM drive niwa" should be "...ni,"(?)
	Missing . last line

Driver Category:
	Missing "go" in subject line for "category"
	Missing "go" in 1st line for "category"
	Extra space after "memory wo" 6th line
	Replace "mo" with "go" in last line for "category"
	Bug: Scrolling from "exit" down past kernel/drivers/block deletes
one character off the screen on kerne/drivers/block.  Going back to the
line makes it reappear
	Missing "seki" in kernel/net/irda (sekigaisen)

PCMCIA Configuration:
	2nd line could break somewhere...
	"Ok" should be "OK" on 5th line
	"atode" should be kanji on 6th line
	Missing "sa" in 7th line for "kudasai"
	11th line could break somewhere...

PCMCIA Controller Type:
	Bug: Missing "so" that reappears when cursor is moved off i82365
	Redundant "major na" on 4th line(?) or at least translate it
	Replace "to" and "ka" on selection with something consistent

PCMCIA Controller Option:
	Redundant spaces on 2nd line
	Bulk of the "special option" text could be clarified.  Right now
there are too many "hitsuyouga arimasu"(?)
	"System Butto" should be "Bu-to" on 11th line

PCMCIA Core Options:
	2nd line could break somewhere...
	Extra space on 4th line

PCMCIA Card Manager:
	2nd line could break after .
	Missing "su" on 4th line

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Subject: boot-floppies end of life
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I'm closing all bug reports filed on the boot-floppies since this
codebase has reached its end of life. boot-floppies is only in Debian
oldstable now (and temporarily in unstable because of bug #224469).

The new installer for sarge and beyond is of course, the
debian-installer. It solves a great many issues present in the

If you believe that your boot-floppies bug is still present in
debian-installer somehow, then please reopen the bug report and reassign
it there, or perhaps better, file a new bug report.

see shy jo

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