[Fwd: Thanks and a non-OpenSource question]
david.planella at ubuntu.com
Wed Sep 15 13:55:36 BST 2010
Forwarding this message from Tom, which was addressed to me only but I
believe the intention was to send it to the list.
I believe it is a bit out of topic, though, but you can obtain the
translations yourself with the isoquery program and the language code
for each language. I.e.
Executing 'isoquery -l fr -n fr -i 639' on the command line without the
quotes will return you the the name of the French language in French;
'isoquery -l de -n de -i 639' will do the same for German, and so on.
Note that this does not seem to work for RTL (Right To Left) languages,
which appear reversed on the terminal.
-------- Missatge reenviat --------
De: Tom Davies
Per a: David Planella
Assumpte: Thanks and a non-OpenSource question
Data: Wed, 15 Sep 2010 12:35:44 +0000 (GMT)
Thanks to everyone who sent me such swift responses. Just knowing the
language is Dutch is helpful :)
A non-Ubuntu, non-OpenSource problem i am working on for this website
wants this list with each item in the list translated into its language
For example, only "French" would be written in French. I think i have
found a different work-around so the leaflets might appear during the
day today as thumbnails but i prefer the idea of just having a list as
the Newsletters page on that website does. If you do have time and
don't object to letting me know an answer to one or 2 of the list then
please email me rather than the entire mailing list!
Many apologies for being so cheeky!
Many regards to all from
Ubuntu Translations Coordinator
www.ubuntu.com / www.davidplanella.wordpress.com
www.identi.ca/dplanella / www.twitter.com/dplanella
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