International Samba (fwd)
monyo at samba.gr.jp
Fri Aug 10 03:52:27 GMT 2001
|[For those that aren't aware of it. Rafal
| recently sent me a polish translation of the 2.2.0
| man pages in SGML. :-) And hence our conversation
SUGJ (Samba Users Group Japan) also translated all documents into
Japanese and distribute with Samba Japanese Edition. Now for only
Samba 2.0.x and we are translating for Samba 2.2.x now.
|> He still can issue "man smb.conf" as usual, though he can
|> use "man smb.conf.en".
|This sounds workable.
As Deniz and I said, manual page *system* is already i18n'ed.
|> Apache also understands multilingual documents: index.en.html,
|> index.fr.html etc. Depending on what the default language of the browser is,
|> it pulls up the appropriate one.
|That's great because, I gave very similiar filenames to sgml
|source files. nmbd.8.pl.sgml will be converted to
SUGJ has already made i18n'ed SWAT, as far as your browser supports
HTTP/1.1 content negotiation and you read documents via SWAT, you can
see a documents of proper language version if installed.
If you are insterested in it, please download from
And look at http://www.samba.gr.jp/project/samba-ja/index.html.en
I want to merge it to Samba 2.2.x and HEAD. It is not difficult
|Don't worry about space in the CVS tree. We
|can compress these for installation though on
|platforms which work with that.
Ok, but for archiving, this should be a problem, I think. For Samba
Japanese Edition only added Japanese translated documents, the size of
archive increased about 1.5MB.
3495816 May 9 08:20 samba-2.0.9.tar.gz
5010407 May 23 18:01 samba-2.0.9-ja-1.0.tar.gz
|I'm going to back up a little and pose the question
|of "What is the best way to maintain multiple
|language versions of the same docs?"
I am also thinking that. Sorry for not to send fully proposal.
This week it takes long time about Code Red Worm :(
TAKAHASHI, Motonobu(monyo) monyo at samba.org
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