Hi Ulf,

On Wed, Oct 17, 2012 at 08:00:12PM +0200, Ulf-D. Ehlert wrote:
> > (https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=168256) to have a small menu
> > which links to corresponding translations.
> Hmm, bugzilla has a strange sense of humour:
>         Reported:   2005-02-23
>       Last reply: 2006-01-10
>       Status:     NEW
> ;-)

Hah yes - this one is in the database for ages :)

> > The disadvantage of the current approach is, that the menu is
> > rendered at 'compile time' not being aware of any other deployed
> > translations.
> Why is this a problem?
What is built does not necessarily end up on the server.

> > I was wondering if I could get some feedback about it. Would it make
> > sense to add an option to the configure script, or rather leave it of
> > hidden in the build process as it is currently.
> If it works and we are all happy with this feature, it would be a pity
> if we'd hide it. Adding a configure option (with default="disabled"?)
> would make sense IMO.
Yes - I thought the same. I'll add a configure option.

> > Who's interested; build the langage of your choice with:
> > 
> >     XSLTEXTRAFLAGS="--stringparam gimp.help.languageselector 1" make html
> I did, and it looks promising.

> The menu is hard to read, but this can
> be fixed with a proper CSS entry.
Yes. I kept it that way to be able to test it on docs.gimp.org. I'll
change the CSS to make it more useful.

> It looks that I have found a minor bug:
> I tried it with ALL_LINGUAS="en de fr" and got a menu with 2 entries
> ("English Deutsch") for all 3 languages. Just had a quick look at the
> stylesheet: it seems that your tokenizer failes (last tail ["fr"] does
> not contain $splitstr).
Eeek! Cheers for that!

Roman Joost
www: http://www.romanofski.de
email: romanof...@gimp.org

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