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On 3 ao=FBt 07, at 08:43, Richard Stallman wrote:
> Let's focus on the basic job: implementing doc string translation
> for help commands.
> After that is working, those who are interested can try to make
> Emacs Lisp mode display the translated doc strings. I think it won't
> work well, but if you think I'm wrong, feel free to prove it.
> However, we should not let discussion of future steps distract us
> from the first step. Would someone like to try implementing
> translation of doc strings for help commands?
A discussion started on the topic of emacs l10n a few days ago on =20
emacs-devel and reached the above conclusion.
A similar (but shorter) discussion took place in 2001 but nothing =20
happened because there were basically no takers to write the =20
My understanding (...) is that the task involves elisp coding as well =20=
as C coding (for the emacs/gettext combination part).
Emacs lovers all over the world... Any taker ?
(sadly not a coder, but willing to test and to contribute to the =20
localization of the beast to French when the necessary code is laid =20