|From:||Lennart Borgman (gmail)|
|Subject:||Re: Emacs localization (Re: Why emacs have not native language menu)|
|Date:||Tue, 24 Jul 2007 10:04:10 +0200|
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All the functions are documented in English in their code and to get a proper localization of that, or at least of a basic core features (like functions that available from the UI for a start) would require to remove all strings and put them in locale separated files that emacs would load based on the environment. Is that correct ?
You do not have to remove the strings from the function. You can change them at when they are going to be used in the help system instead.
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