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Re: Change to international directory

On Sun, Dec 17, 2000 at 12:53:20AM -0500, James A. Treacy wrote:
> It has come to our attention that some people are not happy about typing
> 'international', so we have created a symlink
> intl -> international
> This means that you can access the language specific pages using
> /intl/<lang>
> Lastly, it is silly to have both a file in the international directory
> and a subdirectory. We should standardize on using a subdirectory.
> For the bulk of the translations, the easiest thing to do would be to
> remove the existing file and replace it with a directory with the
> same basename, e.g. mkdir Finish ; mv Finish.wml Finish/index.wml .
> This means no links will have to change. Things aren't quite as simple
> for the chinese and spanish translation as they already have both.
> Do either of you have a problem with standardizing on the capatilized
> version?

	As far as I know international/Spanish.wml does have links to
international/spanish (nothing that a simple replacement would not fix) but
there is no international/spanish/index.wml



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