Translating Radiant

Hi all,

I need to translate the admin page into French for one of my client…
In that regard, I would be very happy to contribute… In your
opinion, what is the best place to start. Do you recommend something
as complete as Globalize Rails? Or a more simple solution…

Thanks.

Frederic B. wrote:

I need to translate the admin page into French for one of my client…
In that regard, I would be very happy to contribute… In your
opinion, what is the best place to start. Do you recommend something
as complete as Globalize Rails? Or a more simple solution…

I don’t have any recommendations on translation. I don’t plan to
officially support that until after we hit 1.0. Changing the views
directly and diffing may be your best option.


John L.
http://wiseheartdesign.com

I need to translate the admin page into French for one of my client…
In that regard, I would be very happy to contribute… In your
opinion, what is the best place to start. Do you recommend something
as complete as Globalize Rails? Or a more simple solution…

I don’t have any recommendations on translation. I don’t plan to
officially support that until after we hit 1.0. Changing the views
directly and diffing may be your best option.

Ok then, I’ll see what can I do.

I really like the plugin gloc for globalization, for me its the easiest to
use. You basically have properties files that you define all your localized
strings. Its located at
http://rubyforge.org/projects/gloc/

Just my two cents.

Interesting. Thanks for the link, I was looking for something that
simple.

I really like the plugin gloc for globalization, for me its the easiest
to use. You basically have properties files that you define all your
localized strings. Its located at http://rubyforge.org/projects/gloc/

Just my two cents.


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----- Original Message ----
From: Frederic B. [email protected]
To: [email protected]
Sent: Tuesday, July 18, 2006 5:21:32 AM
Subject: Re: [Radiant] Translating Radiant

I need to translate the admin page into French for one of my client…
In that regard, I would be very happy to contribute… In your
opinion, what is the best place to start. Do you recommend something
as complete as Globalize Rails? Or a more simple solution…

I don’t have any recommendations on translation. I don’t plan to
officially support that until after we hit 1.0. Changing the views
directly and diffing may be your best option.

Ok then, I’ll see what can I do.

On 7/19/06, Oliver B. [email protected] wrote:

On 18-Jul-2006 05:27 -0700, Scott W. was heard to say:

I really like the plugin gloc for globalization, for me its the easiest to use. You basically have properties files that you define all your localized strings. Its located at http://rubyforge.org/projects/gloc/

If at all possible, I think something that uses gettext as its
backend should be used, since there are a whole lot of tools out there that
make editing PO files very easy and also there are many translators who are
already familiar with gettext.

I believe Globalize actually uses gettext, but I am uncertain.

Actually very few plugins are based on gettext, check the comparison
sheet below:

http://wiki.rubyonrails.org/rails/pages/InternationalizationComparison

GLoc doesn’t rely on a database to make translation and I find it easy
to setup. But translating the content of the database is not yet
supported (whereas Globalize does it).

On 18-Jul-2006 05:27 -0700, Scott W. was heard to say:

I really like the plugin gloc for globalization, for me its the easiest to use. You basically have properties files that you define all your localized strings. Its located at http://rubyforge.org/projects/gloc/

If at all possible, I think something that uses gettext as its
backend should be used, since there are a whole lot of tools out there
that
make editing PO files very easy and also there are many translators who
are
already familiar with gettext.

I believe Globalize actually uses gettext, but I am uncertain.

Oliver

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