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Re: Any Simplified Chinese translation maintainers?

From: Liu Yubao <yubao.liu_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-08-15 10:21:49 CEST

Kobayashi Noritada wrote:
> The format of .po file may be very easy to understand; you can open it
> with some text editor, translate each message in 'msgid' as 'msgstr',
> and save it. If you can use GNU Emacs, you can do translation work
> more easily with its po-mode (which may have been installed and starts
> when you open po files, if both GNU Emacs and GNU Gettext are
> installed in your system); type 'f' to search for fuzzy translations,
> type 'u' to search for untranslated message, type Enter to edit a
> msgstr under the cursor, type 'V' to validate the .po file..., and so
> on. Type '?' or 'h' to read help text in the po-mode. Other text
> editors may have some mode useful for translation works.
> Happy translating & best regards!
> -nori
Thank you very much for your detailed guide! I am interested in Emacs,
luckily, there is a Chinese Emacs board at newSMTH BBS(http://newsmth.net),
I will go to seek help.

Maybe I need two or more weeks to finish the translation because I'm not familiar
with rules about open source development and I also work for my boss. I hope
I can catch the final 1.4.0 release.

Best regards,

Liu Yubao

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