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Re: d-w wiki

* Luk Claes wrote:
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> Thierry Reding wrote:
> > * Meike Reichle wrote:
> > 
> >>Clytie Siddall said/sagte:
> >>
> >>>Meike, how do I go about translating it into Vietnamese? Are there 
> >>>templates?
> >>
> >>Eeh, good question. I am not sure about this, I looked around on the wiki a
> >>bit and it seems there are two implementations. There are pages with the url
> >>index.php/language/PageTitle just as there are pages with the url
> >>index.php?n=Language.PageTitle. This seems to be a bit mixed up. Can anybody
> >>of these who set up/administrate the wiki elaborate?
> > 
> > 
> > Those URLs actually refer to the same page. PmWiki can either get the page
> > name from PATH_INFO (index.php/language/PageTitle) or via QUERY_STRING
> > (index.php?n=3DLanguage.PageTitle). What's confusing is that some URLs have
> > been entered to use PATH_INFO, while the ones generated by PmWiki use
> > QUERY_STRING by default.
> > 
> > I uncommented the EnablePathInfo setting in local/config.php, which should
> > make PmWiki generate URLs using PATH_INFO. Note that accessing the pages
> > using the QUERY_STRING method still works, though.
> > 
> > Does this answer your question?
> Can you make sure that every language which has such pages is mentioned
> in the top navbar (for instance Dutch isn't), TIA?

Done. Found the native name on Wikipedia. Hope it is correct that way.
Wikipedia also has the native name for Vietnamese, which apparently is:

  tiếng Việt

Can anyone confirm that this is correct? That way we can put that in instead
of the English name.


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