I did the original GIbberish branch, but once I saw the new Rails 2.2 features, I knew that it was best to wait. That will make it all quite easy.

Sean, do you know when the new interface will be introduced? That too will make it better, as the images with "add child" and the like will be replaced.


P.S: Ole, I have a basic German extension that runs with 0.6.9. It overwrites the view, so it is not usable with an other version, but it is a good stopgap until the 2.2 version comes out. Email me and I can give it to you.

On Dec 18, 2008, at 7:18 PM, Sean Cribbs wrote:

Assuming things go well, 0.7 will be released in early January. However, it will be on Rails 2.1 for various reasons. Soon after 0.7.0 we will convert to Rails 2.2.


Ole Rehmsen wrote:

I could easily prepare a German language file, this is also what I would need myself. Are there any plans when version 0.7 is gonna be released?


Am 18.12.2008 um 18:59 schrieb Sean Cribbs:


Once we're on Rails 2.2, it should be straightforward to localize the interface. There was some work done in a historical branch that used Gibberish, and we had a number of language files that were submitted. However, we'll likely have a number of UI elements changed in the official 0.7 release and we'll need new translations. Is there a language you specifically wanted to contribute?


Ole Rehmsen wrote:

I am really interested in localization of radiant. I already checked the mailing list archive, but it seems as if this is not yet supported and there is no extension which offers support for this - is that true? If so how are the plans coming along for adding it to future releases? I would be willing help adding it myself, but I don't have much experience with it, so all I could do is turn to solutions such as "Globalize!" or "Localization". I also heard something about Rails 2.2. having some kind a language support, but I have not tried it yet. Is there any intelligence on how this should be done? Do you guys maybe need some help or someone doing it? Is there anyone else who has tried/done it before (and how)?


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