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Old 26-04-2014, 07:56   #736
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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

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There should be a line with:
Code:
AddLocaleCatalog( _T("opencpn-br24radar_pi") );
in file br24radar_pi.cpp but it is not.
Obviously it was not made for localisations.

So you must do it yourself and prepand all strings for localisation with "_(" instead of "_T(" or "wxT(".

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Actually there was a nice short answer! Many thanks Gerhard. The "AddLocaleCatalog" was missing. Now it works "like a charm".

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Old 11-05-2014, 00:42   #737
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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

Hello Dave, Hello Ptizef,

Here join last french language file for Grib_pi using last pot file (2014-05-06).
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Old 12-05-2014, 22:35   #738
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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

I want to add a korean language on OpenCPN.

I translated .po from .pot, installed the korean locale on my ubuntu system and made the ko directory in /share/locale/[lang code]/LC_MESSAGES/app_name.mo.

But I can't find the korean on language in setting user interface in opencpn.

How can I append the korean on my opencpn?
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Old 12-05-2014, 23:38   #739
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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

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I want to add a korean language on OpenCPN.

I translated .po from .pot, installed the korean locale on my ubuntu system and made the ko directory in /share/locale/[lang code]/LC_MESSAGES/app_name.mo.

But I can't find the korean on language in setting user interface in opencpn.

How can I append the korean on my opencpn?
I had this exact question, refer to
OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )
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Old 12-05-2014, 23:40   #740
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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

Welcome Onecue!

You will have to compile and built OpenCPN to make your languange file visible and usable.
How to so this is described in the developers manual at the OCPN web site Boat_alexandra pointed you to.

And when you think your translation is ready to be used, publish the files.

If you find troubles for example dealing with non-western languages within OpenCPN, please report back at the forum.

And perhaps this answers your question in the other thread of "how to become a OpenCPN" developer as well: by doing.
Have a look, learn to compile, built and test. If you are not a software developer or programmer and want to add features by your own to the program you will need to learn this part.
But there are also a lot of contributors who document, test or just help other users. These are as well very productive and required tasks.

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Old 13-05-2014, 07:57   #741
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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

onecue...
As others pointed out the prerequisite is to have the ko_KR locale installed in your system.
Your new language file than goes to
Code:
/usr/share/locale/ko/LC_MESSAGES/opencpn.mo
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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

Hi folks.
I got a problem... Got 2 lines in the opencpn.po that reads "in". What does this refer to?
Line: 972 and 973

Anyone?
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Old 21-05-2014, 09:08   #743
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Frode...
https://github.com/OpenCPN/OpenCPN/b..._Data.cpp#L641
as in "in that much time"
and
https://github.com/OpenCPN/OpenCPN/b...util.cpp#L4011
as in "inches"

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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

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I want to add a korean language on OpenCPN.

I translated .po from .pot, installed the korean locale on my ubuntu system and made the ko directory in /share/locale/[lang code]/LC_MESSAGES/app_name.mo.

But I can't find the korean on language in setting user interface in opencpn.

How can I append the korean on my opencpn?
Also see the Dev Manual, it may help.
Internationalization | Official OpenCPN Homepage

However it should be expanded to include the Plugin's process and details.
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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

Hi

Estonian update for OpenCPN 3.3.1731 wiht Dashboard and Grib.

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Dutch language files for OpenCPN 3.3.1731
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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

Hello Dave,


here join :

French file language for O 331731

French file language for GRIB plugin

French file language for Dashboard plugin
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Re: OpenCPN Internationalization ( i18n )

Hello Dave,

Sorrry, do not use previous version of french language file : OpenCPN, Grib and Dashboard.

Here updated versions :
OpenCPN,
Grib
Dasboard.

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Dutch language files for Grib- and Dashboard plugins (OpenCPN version 3.3.1731)
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Translators...

With version 3.3.1824 we would like to change the way OpenCPN's translations are managed.

There are a couple of reasons behind this decision:
  • Some of the translations lack considerably behind and simply miss a maintainer
  • A lot of the plug-ins lack the translations completely or almost completely
  • It is hard for more people to cooperate on a single language
  • It needs effort from people who would like to contribute their time and language skills to install Poedit, learn how to use it and get the current PO/POT files, so the less geeky types may feel that it's too much for them
  • It gets a bit messy at times to manage all the translations submitted through different channels and the time can be better spent on writing new code and fixing bugs

I have evaluated a couple of ways to improve the situation over the past weeks and ended up creating a project on Crowdin (Many thanks to these guys for generously supporting open source projects) to maintain the localizations. From now on all that you need to help us keep the translations up to date is a web browser and a bit of time.

Please join us by signing up at https://crowdin.net/project/opencpn/invite

I picked this tool because it's web interface is pretty straightforward, while maintaining the flexibility we need internally to integrate it with our code maintenance processes. As you can see from the attached screenshots, no fear is needed - this thing does not bite...

Couple of notes:
  • If you submitted a transaltion which seems not to be included, be it a newer version of something or be it one I totally missed, let me know and it will be merged to the current data.
  • If you want to translate OpenCPN to a currently unsupported language, just speak up and it will be added to the project.
  • If you want to keep using Poedit and do all the work manually, it is totally possible, keep posting the translations the old way, we can still accept them with the same amount of work as before. But please consider trying the new thing, I firmly believe it makes it easier for all of us.

As usually, all your comments are welcome

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