Thanks for the advice.
I'll try to do it.
Do I need to set a flag somewhere so it compiles with the language I want ? I'm on Linux (RedHat).
On Sat, 28 Aug 2004 15:58:33 -0400
Ambrose Li <acli@...> wrote:
>the po file is just a text file (usually but not necessarily in
>Unicode these days), so if you are not afraid of it, you can
>just edit it with an ordinary text editor. (I use yudit to edit
>my po files.)
>Once you get the header right (which can be copied from another
>existing po file), it is pretty straightforward.
>On Sat, Aug 28, 2004 at 12:03:11PM -0400, Luke Schierer wrote:
>> you just need the po file from the source tarball, the cvs
>> version. see the sf docs on getting that. also in the po
>> directory of the source, you will find a couple perl scripts,
>> these will help you with managing the file, a simple make on
>> the cvs source will tell you if its good or not (it either
>> fails or it doesn't). as for editing it, i can't help there.
>> On Fri, 27 Aug 2004 16:27:45 -0500, Jan Fetyko
>> <lists@...> wrote:
>> > I noticed that there is no active Slovak translator right
>> > now. Maybe I could do that, but I need some hints how to
>> > edit the files and how to compile it so I can test it.
>> > Thank you.
>> > Jano
>Ambrose LI Cheuk-Wing <a.c.li@...>