Hi

Perhaps this will help: http://wiki.lib.sun.ac.za/index.php/SUNScholar/Customisation#Developers

Cheers

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On 18 December 2013 08:22, Petya Kohts <petya.kohts@gmail.com> wrote:
Hello,

we're planning roll out of Dspace in the State Darwin Museum
(http://www.darwin.museum.ru/eng/) for the Archive of the museum
and we will need it in Russian.

As I understand there's no Russian translation for the latest
Dspace versions (3.2 and 4.0) but the effort to do it seems
to be feasible, so I'd like to get some pointers from developers
to make the translation which is easy to include into mainline Dspace
so the community benefits from our effort.

If there're Russians reading this list who would like to participate,
please get in touch - I guess we could split the effort, also
it would be reasonable to discuss some less obvious terms
to make the translation more natural for the Russian speaking user.

Anyway currently we forked dspace-xmlui-lang on github,
copied messages_es.xml to messages_ru.xml (the translator's
preferrable language is Spanish) and plan to commit
our translation to newly created fork and then make
a puill-request.

Is this enough or should we take in account anything else?

Thanks.


Petya.



On Wed, Dec 18, 2013 at 6:01 AM, Mark H. Wood <mwood@iupui.edu> wrote:
> Should we not also promote the language packs to a new version, after
> a major release?  Should we not then update the language pack
> dependency version ranges in dspace-parent?
>
> The procedure notes that some versions may not be automagically
> updated.  This seems to refer to the versions of dependencies
> dspace-api, dspace-jspui, etc. declared in the dspace-parent POM.  If
> this is correct, I'd like to note that in the procedure.  (I wonder if
> there's a way to automate these?)
>
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