[Scribus] short words
Tue Dec 28 20:01:41 CET 2004
On Tuesday 28 December 2004 19:33, Robert Kaiser wrote:
> >>You might even like to start a new language, American. Then we wont have
> >>"English" wars
> > To correct that, the "English" should be "English (British)" and the
> > "English" should be American English. However wrong this might seem to
> > the Brits or us Aussies, its the way it should be in terms of such things
> > given the setup in Scribus of en/en_GB.
> In the Mozilla localization project, we have en-US as the default
> locale, and have an en-GB localization team actually :)
> We don't use KDE-/gettext-based L10n though (Mozilla UI does work quite
> differently), so I don't know if e.g. Scribus can go the way to state
> the differences that openly (i.e. there's no simple "en" but only
> "en-US", "en-GB", ...) - it sounds like a good thing to me though (and
> remember that even the strings in the UI ate different, as we have e.g.
> color/colour and such things, so it might very well be worth the effort
> to have two different localizations there.
Err..we do.. ie.. Scribus with no language option or "en" set is en-US and
en_GB provides the British version. en-US will be handled by default.
and the option command line option.
1.3 has a Preference for this as well.
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