Eric Auer wrote:
Hi!

Just install FreeDOS and you will notice which programs have message
catalog files :-) For my system:


ls nls

choice.de diskcopy.de find.es help.de localize.en pause.en sort.en choice.en diskcopy.en find.hu help.en more.de runtime.de sort.es choice.hu diskcopy.nl find.it help.hu more.en runtime.en sort.lv choice.lv fc.en find.lv help.lv more.hu runtime.hu sort.nl choice.nl fc.it find.nl help.ru more.lv runtime.lv trch.en choice.ru find.de find.ru htmlhelp.en more.nl runtime.ru tree.en choice.sv find.en find.sv localize.de more.sv sort.de tree.es

...


In retrospect, when I created the Cats library (later, Kitten) I should have used for the catalog file:


 %NLSPATH%\%LANG%\cat
for example:
 C:\FDOS\NLS\EN\find

instead of:

 %NLSPATH%\cat.%LANG%
for example:
 C:\FDOS\NLS\find.EN

They way I implemented it, LANG is limited to 3 chars (8.3 would be better.) Also, if catalogs were inside a LANG directory, each directory wouldn't grow so fast.


Ah well ... that's 20-20 hindsight for you. :-)


-jh



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