#527 Slovenian functions and language update

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2009-04-10
2009-04-05
Leon Kos
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This is an update with a brand new module for Slovenian functions.
Language files are updated to r5334 from last my update that
FishAreBest commited.

Patch contains:
A includes/extras/functions.sl.php
M languages/lang.sl.php
M languages/editor.sl.php
M languages/configure_help.sl.php
M languages/admin.sl.php
M languages/facts.sl.php

So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish!

Discussion

  • Leon Kos
    Leon Kos
    2009-04-05

     
  • thank you for the translations. The patch was added in svn 5350

     
    • assigned_to: nobody --> wooc
    • status: open --> open-accepted
     
  • Leon Kos
    Leon Kos
    2009-04-08

    missed patch

     
  • Leon Kos
    Leon Kos
    2009-04-08

    I've noticed that wooc missed facts.sl.php patch.

    I am attaching diffs just for that.

    Kind regards,
    Leon Kos.

     
  • facts patch was added in svn 5366

     
  • Leon Kos
    Leon Kos
    2009-04-10

    • status: open-accepted --> closed-accepted
     
  • Leon Kos
    Leon Kos
    2009-04-10

    Thanks again.

    I should also mention that counting in Slovenian is different to that of Polish and that I could not resolve it even with duals invented for Polish.
    For example:

    $pgv_lang["elapsedYear1"] = "1 leti";
    $pgv_lang["elapsedYear2"] = "#pgv_lang[global_num1]# letoma"; // used in Polish for 2,3,4 or 22,23
    ,24 or 32,33,34 etc.
    $pgv_lang["elapsedYears"] = "#pgv_lang[global_num1]# leti";
    $pgv_lang["elapsedMonth1"] = "1 mesecem";
    $pgv_lang["elapsedMonth2"] = "#pgv_lang[global_num1]# mesecema"; // used in Polish for 2,3,4 or 22,23
    ,24 or 32,33,34 etc.
    $pgv_lang["elapsedMonths"] = "#pgv_lang[global_num1]# meseci";
    $pgv_lang["elapsedDay1"] = "1 dnevom";
    $pgv_lang["elapsedDay2"] = "#pgv_lang[global_num1]# dnevi"; // used in Polish for 2,3,4 or 22,23
    ,24 or 32,33,34 etc.
    $pgv_lang["elapsedDays"] = "#pgv_lang[global_num1]# dnevi";
    $pgv_lang["elapsedHour1"] = "1 uro";
    $pgv_lang["elapsedHour2"] = "#pgv_lang[global_num1]# urama"; // used in Polish for 2,3,4 or 22,23
    ,24 or 32,33,34 etc.
    $pgv_lang["elapsedHours"] = "#pgv_lang[global_num1]# urami";
    $pgv_lang["elapsedMinute1"] = "1 minuto";
    $pgv_lang["elapsedMinute2"] = "#pgv_lang[global_num1]# minutami"; // used in Polish for 2,3,4 or 22,23,24 or 32,33,34 etc.
    $pgv_lang["elapsedMinutes"] = "#pgv_lang[global_num1]# minutami";
    $pgv_lang["elapsedAgo"] = "pred #pgv_lang[global_string1]#";

    are wrong. I suggest that this should be a function (like functions.sl.php) and not a string constant as the varieties in counting are significant.

    Kind regards!
    Leon Kos.

     
  • Leon, could you prepare this function
    or give me examples of slovenian counting