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evergreen-admin:customizations:i18n [2012/07/05 07:54]
kivilahtio
evergreen-admin:customizations:i18n [2018/06/05 11:06]
sandbergja adding another prereq
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 apt-get install translate-toolkit python-dev python-levenshtein python-polib python-setuptools python-simplejson python-lxml apt-get install translate-toolkit python-dev python-levenshtein python-polib python-setuptools python-simplejson python-lxml
 </​code>​ </​code>​
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 +For Ubuntu, you may also need ''​liblocale-maketext-lexicon-perl''​
  
 ===Creating or updating a set of PO files for translation=== ===Creating or updating a set of PO files for translation===
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 INSERT INTO config.i18n_locale VALUES ('​fi-FI','​fin','​Suomi','​Suomen komia kieli'​);​ INSERT INTO config.i18n_locale VALUES ('​fi-FI','​fin','​Suomi','​Suomen komia kieli'​);​
 </​code>​ </​code>​
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 +===Localizing the TPAC===
 +To make your localization visible in the TPAC, you should follow these instructions:​
 +http://​docs.evergreen-ils.org/​2.3/​_creating_a_new_skin_the_bare_minimum.html
 =====Technical details behind localization===== =====Technical details behind localization=====
 The technical details of how we handle localization in Evergreen - staff client, catalogue, and OpenSRF - have been moved [[backend-devel:​i18n|to a separate page]] to avoid confusing this more practical page. The technical details of how we handle localization in Evergreen - staff client, catalogue, and OpenSRF - have been moved [[backend-devel:​i18n|to a separate page]] to avoid confusing this more practical page.
evergreen-admin/customizations/i18n.txt · Last modified: 2018/06/05 11:06 by sandbergja

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