#34 Specification possibilities for certain languages

phpGedView
closed-fixed
John Finlay
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6
2003-08-04
2003-07-06
István Pető
No

Hello,

I have a following problem: I have been translating the
language files to hungarian and I'd convert my
phpGedview into hungarian as far as possible.
But in hungarian some basic language elements are
different than for example in english (e.g. order of
first and given name, date format). So I wonder whether
these specifications can be placed in an external file
(for each language, I think) in order to make
phpGedView more customisable.

Regards,
István Pető

Discussion

  • István Pető
    István Pető
    2003-07-06

    • milestone: --> phpGedView
    • priority: 5 --> 6
    • assigned_to: nobody --> yalnifj
     
  • John Finlay
    John Finlay
    2003-07-07

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    Version 2.12 of phpGedView if you define the variable
    $NAME_REVERSE=true; anywhere in your hungarian language
    file, then the name should be in the correct order.

    What is the format for hungarian dates?

    --John

     
  • István Pető
    István Pető
    2003-07-08

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    Hello,

    The hungarian date format is: yyyy. mm. dd.

    Regards,
    Istvn

     
  • John Finlay
    John Finlay
    2003-08-04

    • status: open --> closed-fixed
     
  • John Finlay
    John Finlay
    2003-08-04

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    Hi Istvn,

    The new version of PhpGedView 2.13 allows you the option of
    specifying the date format in the language files using the
    $DATE_FORMAT variable. For hungarian you would use:
    $DATE_FORMAT = "Y. M. D";

    If you would like to donate you hungarian files to the project,
    then simply email them to me or upload them to the Patches
    section of the website.

    Thanks,
    --John