Klaus Schmidinger wrote:
> On 08/18/07 11:29, Anssi Hannula wrote:
>> Klaus Schmidinger wrote:
>>> On 08/18/07 11:11, Anssi Hannula wrote:
>>>> I believe distribution packagers of VDR (at least myself) will want to
>>>> install the VDR locale files into the standard directory under
>>>> /usr/share/locale/, where all other locale files are.
>>>> However, as that directory may contain lots of other locales that do not
>>>> have translation for VDR (or possibly only for some plugin of VDR, which
>>>> applies to a custom localedir as well), those show up in the OSD
>>>> Language selection menu as "LanguageName$English".
>>>> Also, it could also be possible that the I18N_MAX_LANGUAGES = 256
>>>> constant could be too small for some systems. I guess it could be
>>>> modified to limit only the locales that have VDR translation, not the
>>>> total locale count in the system.
>>>>> +void I18nRegister(const char *Plugin)
>>>>> + bindtextdomain(Plugin, I18nLocaleDir);
>>>>> + if (Plugin)
>>>>> + t = dgettext(Plugin, s);
>>>> Maybe it would be better to use something like vdr-PLUGIN or
>>>> If the translations are installed into /usr/share/locale, the files of
>>>> VDR plugins could conflict with other programs that have the same name,
>>>> if the plugin translation files are not prefixed by anything.
>>> Why do you want to make things overly complicated?
>>> Can't we just keep it simple?
>> "Keeping it simple" would be dropping the language selection completely
>> and using environment, as other applications do. But I guess you do not
>> want do that.
> VDR allows selecting the OSD language at runtime, so the setting of
> the environment is only the default.
>> But you mean, use a specific directory for VDR locales, like
> That's how it works at the moment.
>> If you do not wish to use the standard location, fine with me. However,
>> the "LanguageName$English" problem still applies, if there is some
>> directory in the VDR localedir that does not have a VDR translation, but
>> e.g. only for some plugin.
> What sense does it make to have a translation for a plugin, but
> not for VDR itself?
Very little. I guess we could live with that being impossible.
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