#130 Other Languages

0.8.0
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2012-10-29
2006-07-16
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German, France, .... ?????

Discussion

  • sky_HALud

    sky_HALud - 2006-07-17

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    We thought about the issue of internationalization (i18n)
    for JCommander, but we didn't do it yet because we don't
    really have a stable version (at least from our point of
    view) and because no one has requested this yet.

    We expect the 0.80 release to be a stable one and we would
    like to deal with this feature request. However, we will
    need help to do this. Would you be available for helping out
    in doing the translation to one of the non-English languages?

     
  • Claus Rebler

    Claus Rebler - 2006-07-18

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    yes i will help you to translate it to german

     
  • sky_HALud

    sky_HALud - 2006-08-09

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    This is great! I will set up the i18n mechanisms, revise the
    text and let you know when there's going to be some well
    defined text to translate.

     
  • Matthias K

    Matthias K - 2006-08-09

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    Unfortunately, I can provide only German, unless you are
    interested in Latin and ancient Greek...

     
  • sky_HALud

    sky_HALud - 2006-08-10

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    German is great. A Latin translation would be at least fun.
    A motto comes to my mind: "JCommander, the empire's file
    apparatus" :-)) And the motto for ancient Greek:
    "JCommander, the philosophers' file tool" :-)

    I think that the best would be to set up the i18n mechanisms
    with all strings externalized and later on we can focus on
    translations. But translating the currently minimalist help
    is also an issue...

     

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