If we get some help with it, I'm sure we'd be happy to ship
localization. In the absence
of contributions (especially for the translations themselves), we have
On Wed, May 9, 2012 at 11:13 PM, Po-Chien Lin <li...@cs.nctu.edu.tw> wrote:
> Thanks for response.
> So I would like to know if the localization plan is put into schedule in the
> upcoming release? like 1.7 or somewhat.
> btw, I notice that the string at
> should be prefixed an under line, so that it can be translated.
> 'summary': _('Summary'),
> David Trowbridge於 2012年5月10日星期四UTC+8下午2時03分24秒寫道：
>> We'd love to have localization for Review Board. It's part of the way
>> there, but needs
>> some additional work. We've been careful to try to mark strings for
>> localization, but
>> wouldn't be
>> included in that.
>> On Wed, May 9, 2012 at 8:33 PM, Po-Chien Lin wrote:
>> > I'm a Reviewboard user in Chinese environment.
>> > I create a django.po (and django.mo) file under the
>> > reviewboard/locale/zh_TW/LC_MESSAGES/ directory,
>> > so that our work team can use the Reviewboard in Chinese happier :-D
>> > Reviewboard has many specific terminology that are not supported by the
>> > original Django localization library,
>> > so I think it's a good idea to maintain a Reviewboard-specific
>> > localization
>> > library.
>> > Do you have any plans about create a locale/ directory under the
>> > Reviewboard
>> > project,
>> > collect (accept user's submit) different language files in it, and the
>> > release tarball will have localization support!
>> > Thanks for taking time to read this,
>> > Sincerely,
>> > linpc
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