[PC-BSD Pbi-dev] PBI localization
Titus von Boxberg
titus at v9g.de
Fri Feb 24 14:04:12 PST 2012
Am 23.02.2012 16:45, schrieb Ken Moore:
> On 02/23/2012 03:11, Titus von Boxberg wrote:
>> I'm new to this list, so please excuse if this is the wrong place.
>> On PCBSD 9.0 I've installed Thunderbird, Firefox, and LibreOffice PBIs.
>> None of the user interfaces seem to be localized.
>> With Firefox, I can access the locale switcher, however it's only able
>> to switch from english user interface to english user interface so
>> I eventually got bored with it.
>> With Thunderbird, no locale switcher seems to be accessible.
>> While - for me - the missing localization of Firefox and Thunderbird
>> is only annoying, it makes LibreOffice unusable.
>> Am I missing something?
>> Should I file a bug report?
>> How could I help to add l10n to the PBIs that I use?
>> Pbi-dev mailing list
>> Pbi-dev at lists.pcbsd.org
> For the Firefox and Thunderbird PBI's, I have seen some reports about
> that version of the FreeBSD port having broken the localizations . I
> am approving the latest Thunderbird PBI's right now, and the new
> Firefox PBI's here soon. Once the new PBI's are available in the
> AppCafe (within 24 hours) upgrade to the latest version and see if the
> localizations have been fixed.
> The Libreoffice PBI does not support localizations at all. In order to
> use a localized version of LibreOffice you have to rebuild the entire
> program with different build options. Because of this, we are
> currently only building the English (unlocalized) version of
> Libreoffice. We do have all the different localizations for
> openoffice, but there have been reports that the current localized
> PBI's do have a couple issues with the desktop/menu icons, but the
> program should work fine. We have been trying to rebuild those PBI's,
> but the openoffice port itself also broke in the meantime, so we have
> been waiting for that to get fixed as well.
Isnt't it possible to build LibreOffice --with-lang=ALL?
That might blow up the PBI a bit but it's a kind of giant already.
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