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Re: [kde] How to add a language translation from svn?




Thanks Miroslaw,

I did as you said and it works well.

Blogged about it here.
http://goinggnu.wordpress.com/2014/08/16/how-to-change-the-user-interface-of-kde-in-tamil/

2014-08-16 17:02 GMT+05:30 MirosÅaw Zalewski <miniopl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> As Kevin said, you must "translate" PO files into (binary) MO files.
> msgfmt utility (from gettext package) might be used to do that:
>
> $ msgfmt -o file.mo file.po
>
> Then, MO files should be put into
> /usr/share/locale/ta/LC_MESSAGES/
> directory.
>
> Additionally, you need
> /usr/share/locale/ta/entry.desktop
> file. Without it, you won't be able to pick up Tamil from list of
> existing languages. Simplified file content is below:
>
> [KCM Locale]
> Name=Tamil
> Name[ta]=Tamil in Tamil
>
>
> On my system, localization files are owned by user root, group root, and
> have 644 permissions.
>
> Hope that helps
> --
> Best regards
> MirosÅaw Zalewski



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