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Bug#361246: marked as done (kde-i18n-* should depend/recommend other packages providing translations)



Your message dated Thu, 28 Aug 2008 16:17:26 +0200
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and subject line Re: Bug#361246: k3b -package dependencies dosen't reflect localisation
has caused the Debian Bug report #361246,
regarding kde-i18n-* should depend/recommend other packages providing translations
to be marked as done.

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Package: k3b
Version: 0.11.20-1

Problem:
The K3b comes with k3b-i18n package. However, I already said to Debian installer that I will use Slovak (sk) environment. He dosen't install the k3b-i18n package automatically for me when I install k3b. I think the package or the installer should take care about this. This should simply work out-of-box and there isn't any great knowledge or technological difficulty to do so AFAIK. I know that for sawwy gurus this is no problem, but I really do think, that it is million-of-details that make Linux still not ENOUGH user-friendly. This is one such a detail.



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On Fri, Apr 07, 2006 at 02:22:21PM +0200, Mgr. Peter Tuharsky wrote:
> Package: k3b
> Version: 0.11.20-1
>
> Problem:
> The K3b comes with k3b-i18n package. However, I already said to Debian  
> installer that I will use Slovak (sk) environment. He dosen't install  
> the k3b-i18n package automatically for me when I install k3b. I think  
> the package or the installer should take care about this. This should  
> simply work out-of-box and there isn't any great knowledge or  
> technological difficulty to do so AFAIK.
> I know that for sawwy gurus this is no problem, but I really do think,  
> that it is million-of-details that make Linux still not ENOUGH  
> user-friendly. This is one such a detail.
>

Closing this bug tagged as wontfix since ages. If this issue has a solution is
not on the KDE packages.
>From my KDE maintainer point of view: KDE standalone apps provide translations
on their own, sometimes using a sane name scheme, sometimes not. Besides
between releases they add/remove languages, so it is really hard to keep track
on this...

Ana
>
>


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