[PC-BSD Pbi-dev] (no subject)
Titus von Boxberg
titus at v9g.de
Wed Mar 7 09:49:17 PST 2012
Am 07.03.2012 18:23, schrieb Dru Lavigne:
>> 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.
> To follow up on this thread: I spoke to a member of the porting team. The next version of the LibreOffice port will be fully localized. They expected that version of the port to be released by now, but they are hitting a compile bug they haven't solved yet. The JAVA option also needs to be tested.
Just that I might understand this and try it out for testing:
You are talking of --with-lang=ALL to be broken in 3.4.5?
Or the port of 3.5 being broken?
I just built the 3.4.5 port --with-lang=DE and this
apparently did the job.
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