On Friday 07 December 2007, Leo "costela" Antunes wrote: > Enrico Zini wrote: > > I'm thinking of filing bugs, but I'd like to get some feedback here > > first. > > While I agree it's an issue (albeit a small one), I think we shouldn't > file bugs for it while there's no better place to put this information. > It may reduce the objectiveness of some searches, but it is still > valuable information. Almost no packages currently do this, hence relying on the package description to check wether a package is localized for your language is completely unreliable. For a list of localised packages check http://www.debian.org/intl/l10n/po/ for your language, true it only cover's gettext localisations but that's 99% of all localisation in free software anyway (this misses some localised webapps but that's about it AFAIK) For a specific package you can also use apt-file or packages.debian.org to check for the presence of a <lang-code>.po file for your language. -- Cheers, cobaco (aka Bart Cornelis)
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