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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Translation issues

From: Petr Kadlec
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Translation issues
Date: Thu, 20 Nov 2003 19:31:39 +0100

At 21:02 19.11.2003 +0100, you wrote:
1. Generic problems
> - When gnubg uses a plain text field (I don't know how is this control
> properly called in GTK) in eval, gammon values, etc., the text is always
> corrupted. One cause is the text probably always uses iso-8859-1, the
> second is that it is probably unable to handle UTF-8 at all.

It should do so. If you set the language to cz_CZ.UTF-8, gnubg should
use UTF-8 character sets. You might try setting this in .gnubgautorc
set lang cz_CZ.UTF-8

Hmmm. It does not seem to work for me. I have changed the .gnubgautorc, started gnubg, and everything is still the same. Everything works, except the text fields.

I think I fixed these and several others. I hope I didn't
simultaneously break anything
and these
I think I got all these as well
I tried to find and fix all of these. There's a new gnubg.pot which
has the above strings (and the other new ones as well).

Great, thanks for that.

With regards,
Petr Kadlec

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Petr Kadlec, student
Faculty of Electrical Engineering
The Czech Technical University
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