Packaging of .po files for Drupal
On Thu, Jan 27, 2011 at 01:13:23PM +0100, Volker Fröhlich wrote:
> Dear list readers,
> the PHP CMS Drupal can be extended with modules.
> These modules usually ship with .po files. These files are the original source
> of translation, when the module is activated. There are no .mo files. Drupal
> parses the .po files and eventually puts the results into its database.
> The .po files go to
> Usually the .po files are called de.po, ja.po and so forth. In other cases,
> there are also prefixes, such as includes.*.po, includes-views.*.po.
> I suppose, these files should be labeled %lang, but %find_lang doesn't seem to
> work. How should we treat that case?
I'm thinking this might be a case where you need to manually mark them.
spot, do you have an opinion? IIRC, you were the main proponent of using
%find_lang whenever possible way back when.
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