#444 Hebrew Translation Attached!

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nobody
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2007-06-22
2007-04-07
Dubi
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Attached are the Hebrew files for Mailman 2.1.9
I added a parameter to the LC_DESCRIPTION function, and these are the files that are affected by the addition of 'direction' to the 'LC_DESCRIPTION'
function. They have been changed, and diffs are attached...

./Mailman/Cgi/create.py
./Mailman/Defaults.py.in
./Mailman/Defaults.py
./Mailman/Utils.py
./messages/es/README.es
./messages/ja/README.ja
./messages/ja/doc/Defaults.py.in
./messages/eu/README.eu

Likewise, all translation files are attached.

There is still a problem displaying command line output in the correct direction. Still looking for a solution...

Discussion

  • Dubi
    Dubi
    2007-04-26

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    File Added: Mailman_2.1.9_he.tar.gz

     
  • Dubi
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  • Dubi
    Dubi
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  • Mark Sapiro
    Mark Sapiro
    2007-06-22

     
  • Mark Sapiro
    Mark Sapiro
    2007-06-22

    • milestone: 266284 -->
     
  • Mark Sapiro
    Mark Sapiro
    2007-06-22

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    Attempt to replace Mailman_2.1.9_he.tar.gz with one that doesn't have 6 extraneous trailing bytes.

    Also moved from 'bugs' to 'patches'.
    File Added: Mailman_2.1.9_he.tar.gz

     
  • Mark Sapiro
    Mark Sapiro
    2007-06-22

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    Replacement didn't help. Uploaded file was 207,802 bytes. When downloaded, the file is identical except now there are 8 extraneous bytes appended. Some versions of gunzip including 1.3.5 will report "decompression OK, trailing garbage ignored", and the resultant file will be fine. Reportedly there are other gunzip versions and/or .gz expanders that will not process the file.

    If you can't expand the downloaded file, you can try running this python script to truncate it to the proper length.

    >>> f = open('Mailman_2.1.9_he.tar.gz', 'r+b')
    >>> f.seek(207802)
    >>> f.truncate()
    >>> f.close()