Re: dselect-beginner.ja.sgml ?
[Sorry I missed this message. I am not on the Debian i18n list.
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y-endo> Adam Di Carlo <email@example.com> writes:
>> If you would like to point to language-specific URLs for urls.ent,
>> rather than copying that file and modifying it, you should use the
>> language switches to override the entities:
>> <![ %lang-ja [ <!entity url-debian-policy
>> ]]> <!entity url-debian-policy
>> This way, we don't have to have a different urls.ent for each
>> language, but just have the one and override it by language where
>> applicable. What do you think of that?
y-endo> OK. Then I'll edit urls.ent in this way.
I have already done that. See the attached urls.ent.
>> One other issue: is there anyone working on
>> boot-floppies/utilities/dinstall/messages/lang_ja.h ? This file is
>> used by the documentation system to create messages.ent, which is
>> used in the documentation. I can't really publish a proper
>> translation without it...?
y-endo> Yes. This file is translated by Akira YOSHIYAMA
y-endo> <firstname.lastname@example.org> for the boot-floppies-ja package of
y-endo> Debian JP project.
I just got notification from him that this is complete.
y-endo> But the Debian installation system of the present
y-endo> boot-floppies package can't deal with Japanese, and the
y-endo> messages of the installation system is actually English. If
y-endo> the language of the messages is different between on the
y-endo> actual installation system and on the manual, won't users
Well, a bit. As I mentioned in my reply to him just now, I just use
the English version.
For slink, we just have to deal with this state of affairs. Hopefully
for the potato release we can get Japanese versions of the messages?
I would suggest working towards potato for this rather than slink (I'm
still working in a forked version of the slink boot floppies for
documentation updates) since the internationalization system for
dbootstrap has changed a bit for slink.
As I mentioned also in the last message, we have moved the
boot-floppies CVS to cvs.debian.org. This means we can offer both
anonymouse CVs access as well as grant access to this cvs area to
non-developers. If anyone wants further details on getting this setup
(it's not setup yet) please contact myself or
.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>