what exactly is the problem about it? Are there strings resulting from the database? I
thought it's all located in the /templates/en directory?!? Just copying everything from
there to a directory, let's say /templates/de, translate all the stuff and switch the
language identifier in the corresponding class....isn't it that "easy"???
Von: Joao Prado Maia [mailto:jpm@stripped]
Gesendet: Montag, 25. Oktober 2004 18:17
Betreff: RE: Localized templates
> I was wondering if there exist localized templates for eventum?!?
> Especially german...I think it's not a problem to translate
> them, but if
> someone has already done that, it would be much easier :) it would be
> quiete a lot of work...
There was a contribution a few weeks ago from a german user of a localized
version, but it is outdated by now. The real problem here is that Eventum is not
properly designed to handle translated strings or whatnot. So even though you
may want to translate Eventum, it would be pretty difficult to merge those
changes into the main version.
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