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PostPosted: Sat 13 Apr 2013, 20:31    Post subject: Abiword speaks Dutch
Subject description: in Precise Puppy
 

Hello Bert
Hello Karl
Hello L18L
Very Happy

Bert, if you still have problems with the Abiword Dutch locale file, try the ones attached to this message, they work for me (Precise Puppy 5.5).

For those who prefer LibreOffice:

http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=79039
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PostPosted: Sun 14 Apr 2013, 04:57    Post subject: glipper and other....  

Bert wrote:
...Glipper: so you compiled Glipper-source with -enable-nls. Is it as simple as finding the source code and doing
Code:
make glipper-source-enable-nls

? (I've never compiled) and then replacing the old Glipper with this new one?

Basically yes Laughing
Code:
./configure --prefix=/usr
make
make install
I had compiled a nls-enabled glipper...
I do not know how to make really small executables.
I know upx but there are also other tricks.
But the expert on this is Karl.....
[edit] There is the solution Embarassed [/edit]

Bert wrote:
...So far I forgot to do this...would it be possible to explain why to do so in a few words?

This is only interesting if you extend the default langpack-template like I have done.
- use pinstall_hacks.sh
- add some files which momanager does not take, simple example:
/root/my-documents/clipart/LIESMICH-clipart.txt
(BTW I see now that I have just translated content of README-clipart.txt. I like not to overwrite when changing locale.....)
If the template is in /mnt/home it can be used from different puppies.
(no special langpack for different puppy)
You make langpack_nl in another puppy (starting with your langpack from 1st puppy)

Bert wrote:
2. My root folder is getting rather crowded with all the momanager files..Should I keep them there, or move them safely away or just delete them?
Here is how I do it:
-create langpack
-move langpack to /mnt/home
-test langpack from newly startet puppy pfix=ram
-delete momanager* files (directories and tgz)

Bert wrote:
3. Wouldn't translating be easier and faster just using Poedit or Geany and using Manager Mo as a perfect checklist?

No and yes.
No
For the shell scripts (most of puppy is shell script) you would need the POT file to begin. It is created by momanager and not saved.
Momanager creates the MO file in the tgz format for easy exchange
(I think mcewanw, zigbert and rcrsn51 would like to receive some translations this way)
Yes, waiting more than 1 minute for manager can be annoying
fastest is
start with momanager to select
cd /tmp/momanager
LOOP
-edit PO file
-use msgfmt from command line in /tmp/momanager ( automatically by poedit?? )
-test
END LOOP
maybe select again in momanager to create tgz

Bert wrote:
...I'm certain others will find all this useful too. ( Like I learned things from the Danish thread Maans started.)

... vicmz whose writing skills are very much appreciated has entered the scene.
Victor, will you take the challenge of creating "momanager for dummies" Wink
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PostPosted: Sun 14 Apr 2013, 06:08    Post subject: Re: Abiword speaks Dutch
Subject description: in Precise Puppy
 

vicmz wrote:
Hello Bert
Hello Karl
Hello L18L
Very Happy

Bert, if you still have problems with the Abiword Dutch locale file, try the ones attached to this message, they work for me (Precise Puppy 5.5).


WOW! Muchas gracias vlcmz !!!!

You made my day!

It works perfectly now in Precice Puppy 5.5.

In a moment of brilliant daringness, I decided to rename your folder Abiword-2.8 to Abiword 2.9 and Bingo! : the Abiword (2.9.2) in raring upup is also in Dutch Cool

Gratefully,
Bert
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PostPosted: Sun 14 Apr 2013, 16:14    Post subject:  

Bert wrote:
WOW! Muchas gracias vlcmz !!!!

You made my day!

It works perfectly now in Precice Puppy 5.5.

In a moment of brilliant daringness, I decided to rename your folder Abiword-2.8 to Abiword 2.9 and Bingo! : the Abiword (2.9.2) in raring upup is also in Dutch


Always glad to help Very Happy
Actually I got those files from here:
http://mirror.internode.on.net/pub/puppylinux/pet_packages-slacko/abiword_NLS-2.9.1-i486-2s.pet
As they work for both 2.8 and 2.9, I include both folders (Abiword-2.8 and Abiword-2.9) in langpack_es, for Barry's Puppies use 2.8 and 01micko's and some puplets, 2.9.

Off-topic: Has anyone made a LibreOffice 4 SFS yet? So far I made langpacks for a v3.5 SFS that works in all official builds. I'd do a v4.x SFS myself using Get-LibreOffice but my connection is too slow for that (mobile phone through PGPRS Connect).

L18L wrote:
... vicmz whose writing skills are very much appreciated has entered the scene.
Victor, will you take the challenge of creating "momanager for dummies" Wink


Actually I am a dummie, that's why you always roll eyes to me, like this ---> Rolling Eyes ----I'm joking Laughing
I'd love to do that right now, but my job is first - I have to write 12 paperwork files for a subject called English for Technical Purposes (of a three year career Bachelor of Computer Science), and 72 paperwork files for three Computer Science courses. I have to organize a writing schedule. Shocked
I've been taking many screen captures, I even made a PDF in Spanish recently. I think I can write something as simple and direct as possible, with further information, and include many pictures. Just don't set a deadline to me. Laughing I like to write tutorials as brief as possible so that reading the info is quick, time-saving, although when the subject itself is somewhat complex I can't avoid longer explanations.

BTW, I finally got my glasses, my monitor has a filter, and my Puppy is full of dark themes. If I'm less time online it means I'm preparing my classes (or I caught the dengue fever --not kidding, I live in the border with Paraguay and the money exchange is on their favor, so they are coming to my country to buy goods, and they are bringing the dengue Shocked darn mosquitoes Evil or Very Mad ).

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PostPosted: Mon 15 Apr 2013, 12:21    Post subject:  

vicmz
I believe that you can do it
and you will do it
and it can be positive for your career.
no deadline of course Laughing

your link to DW
oh, something for very adelantato

... and my babbel,com too simple?
but good for hearing Dutch

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Off-topic: Has anyone made a LibreOffice 4 SFS yet?

http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=65918
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PostPosted: Mon 15 Apr 2013, 16:00    Post subject:  

L18L wrote:
vicmz
I believe that you can do it
and you will do it
and it can be positive for your career.
no deadline of course Laughing

your link to DW
oh, something for very adelantato

... and my babbel,com too simple?
but good for hearing Dutch

Quote:
Off-topic: Has anyone made a LibreOffice 4 SFS yet?

http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=65918


DW.de > Deutsch Lernen > Deutsch - warum nicht?
I've downloaded all pdf and mp3 files of level 1. I printed the pdf's, and my actions player has the mp3's. Very Happy
Regarding LibO, I'm looking for a ready-to-download sfs file, as I said my connection is too slow to make it myself and I can use Puppy at home only, if I go to an internet café I can't use get-libreoffice from Windblows. I think I'll try downloading the deb's from the official site.

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PostPosted: Wed 01 May 2013, 22:17    Post subject:  

The French community has compiled LibreOffice 4.0.2, I shared the links and some langpacks (Dutch included) here:

http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=85915

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PostPosted: Thu 02 May 2013, 16:30    Post subject:  

vicmz wrote:
The French community has compiled LibreOffice 4.0.2, I shared the links and some langpacks (Dutch included) here:

http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=85915


Very nice! Thanks a lot vlcmz. (et bien sûr, un grand merçi aussi à la communité française)

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PostPosted: Thu 09 May 2013, 08:00    Post subject: Opera NL-pet  

Barry has compiled Opera 12.15 ( see his blog)

A faster download from dutch mirror nluug.nl:






That NLS langpack is 5.3MB...if you only need Dutch and want to 'travel light', here's a pet containing only the Dutch part of the NLS pack.


Barry heeft Opera 12.15 gecompileerd. (zie blog)

Een snellere download kan van de nederlandse spiegel-site nluug.nl: zie de links hierboven.

Het NLS taalpakket is 5.3MB.. als je enkel nederlands nodig hebt en je puppy zo licht mogelijk wil houden, dan is deze pet een betere oplossing.
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PostPosted: Sat 26 Oct 2013, 14:07    Post subject: New langpack NL
Subject description: Nieuw taalpakket
 

Fresh from the bakery, a much improved language pack Smile

Get it here

First post also updated.



Rechtstreeks van de warme bakker, een sterk verbeterd taalpakket Smile

Waar, waar? Hier

Eerste bericht ook aangepast.

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PostPosted: Tue 29 Oct 2013, 08:03    Post subject: Re: New langpack NL
Subject description: Nieuw taalpakket
 

Bert wrote:
Fresh from the bakery, a much improved language pack Smile

Thank you,
downloading now...

edit
fatdog does not open tgz

changing to precise now....
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PostPosted: Wed 02 Apr 2014, 12:27    Post subject: Re: New langpack NL
Subject description: Nieuw taalpakket
 

Bert wrote:
Fresh from the bakery, a much improved language pack Smile


Playing with multiple simultan languages a bug appeared:
Code:
sed: file /tmp/fixdesk-translationblock line 13: unterminated `s' command

It is in /usr/share/sss/script_strings/script_strings.nl:
Code:
s%Failed to download, aborting."Downloaden mislukt, wordt geannuleerd."


Arrow replace " by %
my best wishes for you Smile
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