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[Phpgroupware-tracker] [ 101768 ] default language in pages

From: nobody
Subject: [Phpgroupware-tracker] [ 101768 ] default language in pages
Date: Tue, 18 Feb 2003 04:56:31 -0500

Support Request #101768, was updated on 2003-Jan-23 20:40
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Category: Question
Status: Open
Priority: 5
Summary: default language in pages

By: gugux
Date: 2003-Feb-18 09:56
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There is also a kind of bug report that I did not see the 
first time when I replied to your question.

Skwashd raised that problem and we discussed about it 
yesterday. Yes, the charset should be language-dependent in 
the header of the html pages.

This will be included in the HEAD version of phpGroupWare, 
as it implies a modification of the database structure and 
will appear in future 0.9.16 version.

Please give us your feedback to tell if this seems ok to you 
and we can close this support.

Bye !


By: gugux
Date: 2003-Feb-17 10:33
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I think you did not understand the way phpGW handles 

The translations are in the phpgw_*.lang files in each setup 
subdirectory of each module.

When you install phpGW, in setup you can handle the 
languages. You must install your language by selecting it 
and clicking on "install all phrases" (or something like 

When you do that, phpGW reads all the phpgw_xx.lang files 
mentioned above (xx = your language code) and put all the 
entries in the database.

Once this is done, in the account manager, you can say in 
which language each account must work. Once this is setup, 
each page must have its phrase entries translated (if the 
entry exists in the phpgw_xx.lang file AND the code is using 
the lang() function to have the message translated).

Is this what you want ?

If the answer is yes, first you must ask for latvian to be 
activated in phpGW (you can do it here or by mail) or it 
will not appear in the languages list in setup and so.

Then you can translate the phpgw_en.lang files into 
phpgw_xx.lang files for each module you want to use (xx=lt 
for latvian ?), install these phrases into your database in 
the setup of phpGW, and optionnaly send the phpgw_xx.lang 
files to the patch manager of savannah so I can include them 
for future releases of phpGW.

Tell us if this solves your problem so we can close this 
support request.

Bye !

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