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How complete is the Japanese translation? [message #9923] Fri, 09 May 2008 15:17 Go to next message
Farokh Morshed is currently offline Farokh Morshed
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Registered: July 2009
Member
We are about to go to Beta for our set of plugins that provide a
development environment for the Curl platform (www.curl.com) and
interested in a Japanese Eclipse. Curl is owned by Japan's Sumisho
company therefore our interest in having a Japanese version asap.

The language pack in the Eclipse official download page is only 3.2. So,
you can image my delight when I found the Babel project! I used the
update manager to get your current fragment.

Questions:
1) How complete is your (Babel) current Japanese translation files? I
opened some of the doc-user Japanese jar files and they looked fairly
empty.
2) I did not see any information as to what version of Eclipse they apply
to. I assume that the 3.3 user or the 3.4 user would want different set
of fragments. I saw a note in this newsgroup to this regard (3.3 vs 3.4).
But regardless of which one you translate, it seems to me that you need
to say which one the fragment is for. Am I missing something?

Best regards
Re: How complete is the Japanese translation? [message #9946 is a reply to message #9923] Wed, 14 May 2008 20:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse Webmaster is currently offline Eclipse Webmaster
Messages: 457041
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Farokh,

I'm working on some better statistics for Babel projects. Stay tuned.

Currently, we are building language packs based on the latest version of
the projects, so in this case, 3.4. We will build language packs for
3.3.1 eventually, but the 3.4 language packs should work on 3.3.1 (to
the extent that they can work).

Do feel free to help with the translation effort by logging into
http://babel.eclipse.org

Thanks,

Denis

Farokh Morshed wrote:
> We are about to go to Beta for our set of plugins that provide a
> development environment for the Curl platform (www.curl.com) and
> interested in a Japanese Eclipse. Curl is owned by Japan's Sumisho
> company therefore our interest in having a Japanese version asap.
>
> The language pack in the Eclipse official download page is only 3.2.
> So, you can image my delight when I found the Babel project! I used the
> update manager to get your current fragment.
>
> Questions:
> 1) How complete is your (Babel) current Japanese translation files? I
> opened some of the doc-user Japanese jar files and they looked fairly
> empty.
> 2) I did not see any information as to what version of Eclipse they
> apply to. I assume that the 3.3 user or the 3.4 user would want
> different set of fragments. I saw a note in this newsgroup to this
> regard (3.3 vs 3.4). But regardless of which one you translate, it seems
> to me that you need to say which one the fragment is for. Am I missing
> something?
>
> Best regards
>
>

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Re: How complete is the Japanese translation? [message #19671 is a reply to message #9946] Tue, 09 September 2008 16:25 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: vrao.pervasive.com

Are there any furthur updates to the Japanese language pack for 3.4 since
this post? Is it complete?

Thanks,
Vidya Rao

"Denis Roy" <webmaster@eclipse.org> wrote in message
news:g0fgng$ogh$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Hi Farokh,
>
> I'm working on some better statistics for Babel projects. Stay tuned.
>
> Currently, we are building language packs based on the latest version of
> the projects, so in this case, 3.4. We will build language packs for
> 3.3.1 eventually, but the 3.4 language packs should work on 3.3.1 (to the
> extent that they can work).
>
> Do feel free to help with the translation effort by logging into
> http://babel.eclipse.org
>
> Thanks,
>
> Denis
>
> Farokh Morshed wrote:
>> We are about to go to Beta for our set of plugins that provide a
>> development environment for the Curl platform (www.curl.com) and
>> interested in a Japanese Eclipse. Curl is owned by Japan's Sumisho
>> company therefore our interest in having a Japanese version asap.
>>
>> The language pack in the Eclipse official download page is only 3.2. So,
>> you can image my delight when I found the Babel project! I used the
>> update manager to get your current fragment.
>>
>> Questions:
>> 1) How complete is your (Babel) current Japanese translation files? I
>> opened some of the doc-user Japanese jar files and they looked fairly
>> empty.
>> 2) I did not see any information as to what version of Eclipse they apply
>> to. I assume that the 3.3 user or the 3.4 user would want different set
>> of fragments. I saw a note in this newsgroup to this regard (3.3 vs
>> 3.4). But regardless of which one you translate, it seems to me that you
>> need to say which one the fragment is for. Am I missing something?
>>
>> Best regards
>>
>>
>
> --
>
> Eclipse WebMaster - webmaster@eclipse.org
> Questions? Consult the WebMaster FAQ at
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/Webmaster_FAQ
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Re: How complete is the Japanese translation? [message #570207 is a reply to message #9923] Wed, 14 May 2008 20:06 Go to previous message
Eclipse Webmaster is currently offline Eclipse Webmaster
Messages: 457041
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Farokh,

I'm working on some better statistics for Babel projects. Stay tuned.

Currently, we are building language packs based on the latest version of
the projects, so in this case, 3.4. We will build language packs for
3.3.1 eventually, but the 3.4 language packs should work on 3.3.1 (to
the extent that they can work).

Do feel free to help with the translation effort by logging into
http://babel.eclipse.org

Thanks,

Denis

Farokh Morshed wrote:
> We are about to go to Beta for our set of plugins that provide a
> development environment for the Curl platform (www.curl.com) and
> interested in a Japanese Eclipse. Curl is owned by Japan's Sumisho
> company therefore our interest in having a Japanese version asap.
>
> The language pack in the Eclipse official download page is only 3.2.
> So, you can image my delight when I found the Babel project! I used the
> update manager to get your current fragment.
>
> Questions:
> 1) How complete is your (Babel) current Japanese translation files? I
> opened some of the doc-user Japanese jar files and they looked fairly
> empty.
> 2) I did not see any information as to what version of Eclipse they
> apply to. I assume that the 3.3 user or the 3.4 user would want
> different set of fragments. I saw a note in this newsgroup to this
> regard (3.3 vs 3.4). But regardless of which one you translate, it seems
> to me that you need to say which one the fragment is for. Am I missing
> something?
>
> Best regards
>
>

--

Eclipse WebMaster - webmaster@eclipse.org
Questions? Consult the WebMaster FAQ at
http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/Webmaster_FAQ
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Re: How complete is the Japanese translation? [message #573756 is a reply to message #9946] Tue, 09 September 2008 16:25 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: vrao.pervasive.com

Are there any furthur updates to the Japanese language pack for 3.4 since
this post? Is it complete?

Thanks,
Vidya Rao

"Denis Roy" <webmaster@eclipse.org> wrote in message
news:g0fgng$ogh$1@build.eclipse.org...
> Hi Farokh,
>
> I'm working on some better statistics for Babel projects. Stay tuned.
>
> Currently, we are building language packs based on the latest version of
> the projects, so in this case, 3.4. We will build language packs for
> 3.3.1 eventually, but the 3.4 language packs should work on 3.3.1 (to the
> extent that they can work).
>
> Do feel free to help with the translation effort by logging into
> http://babel.eclipse.org
>
> Thanks,
>
> Denis
>
> Farokh Morshed wrote:
>> We are about to go to Beta for our set of plugins that provide a
>> development environment for the Curl platform (www.curl.com) and
>> interested in a Japanese Eclipse. Curl is owned by Japan's Sumisho
>> company therefore our interest in having a Japanese version asap.
>>
>> The language pack in the Eclipse official download page is only 3.2. So,
>> you can image my delight when I found the Babel project! I used the
>> update manager to get your current fragment.
>>
>> Questions:
>> 1) How complete is your (Babel) current Japanese translation files? I
>> opened some of the doc-user Japanese jar files and they looked fairly
>> empty.
>> 2) I did not see any information as to what version of Eclipse they apply
>> to. I assume that the 3.3 user or the 3.4 user would want different set
>> of fragments. I saw a note in this newsgroup to this regard (3.3 vs
>> 3.4). But regardless of which one you translate, it seems to me that you
>> need to say which one the fragment is for. Am I missing something?
>>
>> Best regards
>>
>>
>
> --
>
> Eclipse WebMaster - webmaster@eclipse.org
> Questions? Consult the WebMaster FAQ at
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/Webmaster_FAQ
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