Quoting Vincenzo Campanella (email@example.com): > I found a typo in the template: There might be other issues. For instance, the templates show that a choice of language is offerred....but doesn't show any language list as translatable material. A language choice template is quite specific when it comes at debconf templates.... To illustrate this, let's imagine that the software exists in 3 languages: English, Spanish, German The German translator probably wants to propose "Deutsch" as default language and see the following choices: Englisch, Spanisch, Deutsch The Spanish translator wants "Español" (or "Castellano", if (s)he has Catalan roots...:-)) among: Inglés, Español, Alemán And the French one, after ranting and striking, will want: Anglais, Espagnol, Allemand and use "Anglais" as default because his|her language is not offerred in choices (hence the strike). As you see, translating the various possible language choices...and eventually setting de default that depends on the current language are both possible. See po-debconf(7) for details. However, to help you doing this, we'd need to see the original templates file (the file you put in debian/ and that's named "templates" or "<package>.tempaltes").
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