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French Squishdot ??
Squishdot Posted by Elcho on Sunday April 28, 07:40PM, 2002
from the dept.
Has anyone heard of Squishdot in french ???? A localized version ??

I intend to work on that project very closely. Do you know if it already existed ??
Or where I could find documents ??
Thanx

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    Re: French Squishdot ??
    by aurelien on Friday May 31, 05:21PM, 2002
    This very question was asked ages ago. The answer is, AFAIK, there won't be any localized version of Squishdot until zope itself supports fully i18n at least. I have personnally translated a base version of sqhishdot and ever since forked off this base to build new fora... But this is not really funny (albeit not hard). The most annoying bits are in python modules that output sentences directly to the user. Each update forces me to check if any module has been overwritten - and re-translate them accordingly. Boring but bearable.
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    Re: French Squishdot ??
    by xpol on Tuesday July 16, 10:07AM, 2002
    Here is naive attempt to turn squishdot international, i made last year:
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    Re: French Squishdot ??
    by xpol on Tuesday July 16, 10:08AM, 2002
    Here is naive attempt to turn squishdot international, i made last year:
    <http://groups.yahoo.com/group/squishdot/message/1444>
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