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Bug#579950: Localization support for iceowl-extension request

Guido Günther schreef:
> Hi Paul,
> On Sun, May 02, 2010 at 08:13:12PM +0200, Paul van der Vlis wrote:
>> Guido Günther schreef:
>>> reassign 579950 iceowl-l10n
>>> Hi Paul,
>> Hi Guido,
>>> On Sun, May 02, 2010 at 04:16:25PM +0200, Paul van der Vlis wrote:
>>>> Please add localization support for iceowl-extension. iceowl-l10n is only for
>>>> iceowl and not for iceowl-extention.  Please see this bug too:
>>>> http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=436297  It would be nice if it
>>>> would be clear what's the better way:   1. Change iceowl-l10n so that it can
>>>> also support iceowl-extention (I think this is not possible)   2. Add
>>>> localization to iceowl-extension directly (maybe the most easy solution).  3.
>>>> Make seperate localization packages for iceowl-extension.  I would like to help
>>>> with it.
>>> It worked for enigmail - why shouldn't it work for iceowl-extension? 
>> Because iceowl-l10n is in the first place for iceowl, what needs the
>> localisation-files on another location then iceowl-extension.
>> But you are right, it could be done in a new (big) set of binaries from
>> the iceowl-l10n source package.
> Yes. I recommend using git-import-dsc to import the current iceowl-l10n
> package and work on from there. 

I have no experience with GIT and I have only little experience with
packaging (I am a sysadmin and not a developper).

Maybe it's better to concentrate on the packaging now.

>>> u
>>> See the install.rdf in that package on how the locale gets registered.
>> OK, thanks for the info.
>>> The first step would be to update the iceowl-l10n package which is
>>> currently unmaintained so help on this would certainly be appreciated.
>> I will give it a try.
> Great!
>> With regards,
>> Paul van der Vlis.
>> BTW: Enigmail is broken in unstable and the locales where removed from
>> unstable in 2007.
> Yept. But for enigmail itself anything is in place to upload a working
> version. Might help to ping the maintainer again.

Alexander wrote at April 24 he would do it tomorrow, I think he's busy.

With regards,


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