From: Alan Humpherys <alangh@us...> - 2005-04-12 02:47:17
There are 2 things we have found, which are not yet in the instructions=20=
(thank you for the reminder)
1) If you are using the released (1.5.1) version of fire as the basis=20
for starting your localization, you need to make sure that nibtool (and=20=
AppleGlot) have permission to change items in the application.
To do this, go to the command line and execute the following command at=20=
go to the directory containing Fire.app
cd (put the correct directory name here - like /Applications)
chmod -R +w Fire.app
If it gives you a flood of error messages, you will have to do this as=20=
an Administrative user on the machine, by doing the following;
sudo chmod -R +w Fire.app
It will then ask you for your password and make the change.
2) The directories you use for all of the localzation work have to have=20=
simple names, meaning that none of the path leading up to the locations=20=
you use can contain space, or non-english alphabetic character...
Sorry no =E9=FC=F1=E7 etc
Hope this solves the problems you are seeing. (I have cc'd the=20
fire-localization list, because others probably want to know this=20
information as well.
Fire Development Team
On Apr 10, 2005, at 5:48 PM, Takumi Murayama wrote:
> These instructions don't work:
> 12/11/03 XCode Tools don't work. Nibtool seems to be broken=85 What=20
> version are you using?
> I want to work on it but Fire is not letting me to (AppleGlot is what=20=
> i'm trying to use, 3.1)
> Takumi Murayama
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