[sword-devel] Re: New release and other languages
Troy A. Griffitts
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Wed Feb 9 21:58:44 MST 2005
With the latest rev of the engine, we have the option to switch to UTF8
for the .conf files. We've done this in the latest windows build and so
all that shows up are UTF8 locales-- which I don't think we've shipped
any yet with the windows product, so you only get the default. All of
our locales can be found in svn at:
I hope this helps. There is an encoding tag in the .conf file to
designate what encoding is being used.
I have not started experimenting with the i18n of the latest windows
code yet. Not sure how broken it's going to be with UTF8 data, but I
suspect at least minor changes will be needed on my end.
PS. Who ever converted the sword locales.d native locales to UTF8, would
you mind repeating the process for the uilocales.d above? I'd really
appreciate it. -T.
Adrian Korten wrote:
> Do the the UI conf files need to be changed? I went to preferences to
> change the language and only English US was available. How can I try
> Thai or German? How can I change the th.conf to work with this new release?
> It is great that a new release cycle has started!!! May God speed the
> p.s. I'm resending this to the list because of problems with my mail
> server blocking many of these messages as spam.
> From: "Troy A. Griffitts" <scribe at crosswire.org>
> Reply-To: "SWORD Developers' Collaboration Forum"
> <sword-devel at crosswire.org>
> To: sword-devel at crosswire.org
> Date: Tue, 08 Feb 2005 04:12:14 -0800
> Hey guys. Well, it's been over a year, but we finally have a Windows
> beta ready to start testing. This isn't a final beta. I hope to clean
> off much of the todo list, but it's a start:
> May God remind you of His great Love He showed you, both on Calvary and
> in every step of your life!
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