On Wed, Dec 25, 2013 at 5:28 PM, Wolfgang Rohdewald
<wolfg...@rohdewald.de> wrote:
> Am Mittwoch, 25. Dezember 2013, 17:14:31 schrieb Drew Northup:
>> Git does not use KDE's language packs.
> Sorry, I meant ubuntu. I believe I heard before that they tend to replace
> upstream translations but I never actually experienced a problem with that.
>> What does dpkg report for info about the installed git package (if you
>> are using the packaged version)?
> Yes, I am using the packaged version. This package does not contain
> any translations.
> root@s5:/var/cache/apt/archives# dpkg --info git_1%3a1.8.3.2-1_amd64.deb
>  neues Debian-Paket, Version 2.0.

>  Package: git
>  Version: 1:
>  Architecture: amd64

My suggestion is to consider compiling Git from sources, as Ubuntu has
stopped applying non-security updates (for the most part) to
13.10--which includes most Git updates. That's the best way to ensure
you get the latest translations checked out, QA'd and submitted by

(I'm probably going to do that with a 13.10 that I have at home when I
get a chance--most likely next week.)

-Drew Northup
"As opposed to vegetable or mineral error?"
-John Pescatore, SANS NewsBites Vol. 12 Num. 59
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