[sword-devel] Farsi locale for Sword - show stopper
bergmannmd at web.de
Fri Apr 3 17:16:18 MST 2009
What's actually the problem getting into UK?
You don't want to immigrate, do you?
Can't understand that...
Am 04.04.2009 um 00:55 schrieb Troy A. Griffitts:
> Great job guys. I just committed a change to tests/parsekey which
> call a locale validator before parsing, so if you use it to parse a
> locale, e.g.
> sword/tests/parsekey jn.1.1 fa
> It will validate the fa locale before parsing jn.1.1.
> This probably isn't the best place to always validate locales when
> testing a parse, but it's not an entirely bad place for now.
> If anyone would like to check to see if a locale basically contains
> all the entries the engine expects, at a minimum, you can use
> parsekey to see.
> On another note, I found a few of our locales had names specified in
> the .conf file which didn't match the filename. I 'fixed' a few. I
> hope they weren't that way for a reason.
> I also noticed out fallback mechanism isn't working right now, e.g.
> ./parsekey jn.1.1 zh
> doesn't work even though there is a zh_TW. Was there a reason this
> was disable, that anyone remembers?
> personal update: Landed in NY today at 2pm. Took the subway into
> Manhattan and had a Pastrami sandwich at Katz' Deli with a Dr.
> Brown's Black Cherry Soda and a slice of real NY Cheesecake. I love
> Waiting for my 6am flight back to Phoenix.
> Peter von Kaehne wrote:
>> Thanks, Troy and Chris!
>> Chris fixed it. I was even able to re-introduce abbreviations etc.
>> updated version is now in your email to commit. It works on
>> parsekey and
>> on xiphos.
>> yours in Him
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