Re: Unable to open language.conf. Using environment variables...
sebul <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hello. I'm Korean translator of debian website.
> When I run ./copypage.pl
> I get
> Unable to open language.conf. Using environment variables...
> Where language.conf file's directory?
> How to config language.conf ?
I found that script documented here:
However, that page is somewhat outdated.
It does not document, that you can use the parameter "-l <language>"
instead of using that language.conf file.
So, if you want to translate the file license.wml to Korean, you can use:
(execute in ../webwml )
./copypage.pl -l korean english/license.wml
I will add this to above webpage.
Holger Wansing <email@example.com>
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