[fixed] No Serbian language in Admin area

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[fixed] No Serbian language in Admin area

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Hi, I'm not sure if I should open a new topic for every problem I find (if I find them), so You could explain that in Rules.

And now on the issue at hand:

During the installation process I was able to select Serbian (sr_YU) and complete the process with no problems.

But, after that, in the Admin Panel, i could not select Serbian, either to be Front End or Admin default language. It wasn't listed in the combo boxes.

After I created nls file manually, everything was OK.
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Re: No Serbian language in Admin area

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Can you paste that nls.php file and I'll see about including it in the distribution. We normally don't create nls files for a language till it has alot of coverage (i.e: the system is mostly translated to that language and we have reasonable confidence that it will be kept up to date).
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Re: No Serbian language in Admin area

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CMS MS - or at least it's core and most important modules - is mostly translated in Serbian (my opinion) and I'm confident that it will be kept up to date. I know that at least I and uniq3 are active on the project. Right now I'm correcting some mistakes and making changes to make it more clearer and descriptive. Soon I'll have more time, so, unless a truck hits me or aliens abduct me, I'll translate even more. :)

Here's the NLS file's content:

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<?php
#CMS - CMS Made Simple
#(c)2004 by Ted Kulp (wishy@users.sf.net)
#This project's homepage is: http://cmsmadesimple.sf.net
#
#This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
#it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
#the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
#(at your option) any later version.
#
#This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
#but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
#MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
#GNU General Public License for more details.
#You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
#along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
#Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307  USA

#NLS (National Language System) array.

#The basic idea and values was taken from then Horde Framework (http://horde.org)
#The original filename was horde/config/nls.php.
#The modifications to fit it for Gallery were made by Jens Tkotz
#(http://gallery.meanalto.com) 

#Ideas from Gallery's implementation made to CMS by Ted Kulp

#Serbian Latinic
#Created by: CMS MS Serbian Translation Team
#Maintained by: Slavko Scekic <scekics@gmail.com>


#Native language name
#NOTE: Enocde me with HTML escape chars like &#231; or &ntilde; so I work on every page
$nls['language']['sr_YU'] = 'Srpski (latinica)';
$nls['englishlang']['sr_YU'] = 'Sebian (latinic)';

#Possible aliases for language
$nls['alias']['sr'] = 'sr_YU';
$nls['alias']['serbian'] = 'sr_YU' ;
$nls['alias']['srp'] = 'sr_YU' ;
$nls['alias']['sr_YU'] = 'sr_YU' ;
$nls['alias']['sr_LAT'] = 'sr_YU' ;


#Encoding of the language
$nls['encoding']['sr_YU'] = 'UTF-8';

#Location of the file(s)
$nls['file']['sr_YU'] = array(dirname(__FILE__).'/ext/sr_YU/admin.inc.php');

#Language setting for HTML area
# Only change this when translations exist in HTMLarea and plugin dirs
# (please send language files to HTMLarea development)

$nls['htmlarea']['sr_YU'] = 'sr';
?>
I'm not sure about all the aliases, but they don't do any harm...
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Re: No Serbian language in Admin area

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sr_YU file added by uniqu3, please confirm fixed
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Re: [fixed] No Serbian language in Admin area

Post by scelle »

Yeah, everything looks good in the SVN version. Not in the one that can be downloaded from the website, though (I don't know where the change should be visible).

Thanks, uniqu3!
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