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last remark: it's a long time I don't make any difference between
modules lang packs, but rather websites langpack, as when you do mods
on a website, they are related to the business they run, and for
example you can do a change to core labels, and this changes could
reflect the fact we are using only in-commerce, i.e. such changes
alone won't be of any help for another website.
Should it be possible to use a full lang pack (with all modules), and
the system will install only the needed langs, based on installed
modules? it could keep the raw lang pack for futures modules install
(or even use the online lang pack update as we've seen in another
post), avoiding the missing labels when installing new modules, as
we've seen before, and we would only maintain 1 big lang pack and not
a myriad of small packs which are raely used alone new they are nearly
all for free.
Good night Alex, I go offline :)
2010/3/22 Alexander Obuhovich <aik....@gmail.com>:
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2. I agree with you, just few remarks:
a. sure it's a big job, but done only once
b. as I told you before, I've make coding a perl script which detects
new tags :)
c. I agree
Ok for module "Custom", I'd be happy to read more about it, how it
works, how we can code things in it...
About localization group:
- I've asked by e-mail on 20th march if something else was needed
about the fact french lang pack is marked as "not complete" on
- I'm still waiting an answer in
- I'm on the go to create new lang packs for front-end (in new languages)
2010/3/23 Alexander Obuhovich <aik....@gmail.com>: