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Software => &RQ => Topic started by: rejetto on February 28, 2002, 08:07:50 AM

Title: Language files
Post by: rejetto on February 28, 2002, 08:07:50 AM
to put strings into a text files is not the main problem for me.
i should reserve enough space on screen for them, and should resize all "windows" to fit them. A window, winapi-talking, is also a button and almost everything on the screen.

To realign and resize all things programmatically is too boring for me, i think.
I shall do it manually, and it takes a lot of time anyway.

Is a .txt file enough for a russian translation?


 
Title: Language files
Post by: rejetto on February 28, 2002, 08:25:14 AM
ok, i'll take a look at it :rolleyes:

 
Title: Language files
Post by: berimor on February 28, 2002, 09:48:02 AM
quote:

to put strings into a text files is not the main problem for me.
i should reserve enough space on screen for them, and should resize all "windows" to fit them.


That will be my problem to write everything as short as possible
quote:

To realign and resize all things programmatically is too boring for me, i think.
I shall do it manually, and it takes a lot of time anyway.


IMHO you don't need to do it.
quote:

Is a .txt file enough for a russian translation?


Certainly.

You may include something like &rq.lng and take all strings from it. So user will be able to change language by himself. Or you may make a binary file and provide me :) with an algorithm of editing it.

with best regards,
    berimor
Title: Language files
Post by: airbug on March 07, 2002, 02:43:24 PM
I want a Turkish translation. :)  I can do the translation.

BTW, if you GPL it, (or give the source in some other way) I can do the boring job of putting every string into variables, etc.



mov ah, 4ch; int 21h;
Title: Language files
Post by: berimor on February 28, 2002, 05:17:15 AM
rejetto, what about making some text files for translating &rq interface into another language (Italian, Russian for example). And you can either make it possible for user to edit them, or not.

I will sure be able to translate anything into russian (and ukrainian)

with best regards,
    berimor

Edited by - berimor on 02/28/2002  06:19:07