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  • DjZoNe 7:28 am on June 25, 2012 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment
    djzone • hu.wordpress.org editor
    Tags: 3.3, , ,   

    Hi, when will be a 3.4 sub-project created on GlotPress?

    Because, if I build a package from development branch, it will end up with 3.5-alpha package, and the next branch is 3.3, which will end up a 3.3.2 package…

     
  • Emre Erkan 9:16 pm on December 14, 2011 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment
    wordpress-tr • tr.wordpress.org editor
    Tags: 3.3, ,   

    I exported from 3.4 (dev) and imported to 3.3.x. There is no untranslated string, yet there is no “3.3 and 3.3.x” option. Help please.

     
    • 11:19 am on December 15, 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Could you check if it’s due to the missing “/messages” folder structure and files in svn?

  • Ze Fontainhas 4:06 pm on August 26, 2011 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment
    vanillalounge • pt.wordpress.org editor
    Tags: 3.3, , language packs   

    From the [wp-hackers] mailing list, this concerns all here:

    Hi, everyone.

    I want to present my GSoC project Language Packs, which will be incorporated
    in the core for version 3.3.
    You can follow installation guide

    http://gsoc.svn.wordpress.org/2011/Osho34/documentation/trunk/Installation%20and%20Deployment%20Guide.odt

    Detailed description is here: http://gsoc2011.wordpress.com/language-packs/
    I would be happy if you suggest me some enhancements or report some bug.

    Best Regards

     
    • Gabriel Reguly 6:22 pm on August 26, 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Great news, from the links:

      This project consists of a plugin, server side endpoint, which will be deployed on api.wordpress.org, and protocol in which communicate between.

      The plugin is displayed as an options page, located in the Settings box. The plugin lists all plugins and themes, which are installed and offers an option to translate a blog in other languages. Plugin also manages po and mo files for the core, plugins and themes in the wp-content/languages/ folder. The role of plugin is also to take care about versions of plugins, themes and core.

      The server API endpoint deals with requests for downloading po and mo files, depending on language, plugin or theme name and version. The server endpoint could also manage simple and batch requests, which are defined by plugin functions and protocol. The server sends po and mo file only if this version of plugin or theme is fully translated, unless sends the message that plugin is not translated. If some plugin ot theme is not translated, user can request translation via the plugin options page.

      The protocol for communication between the plugin and the server endpoint override the HTTP protocol and is incorporated in the plugin and the server functions. On the plugin side, the protocol uses the WP HTTP API.

      == Installation ==

      1. Upload the whole plugin folder to your /wp-content/plugins/ folder.
      2. Go to the Plugins page and activate the plugin.
      3. That’s all, everything will work automatically

      == Frequently Asked Questions ==

      1. What is the purpose of this plugin?

      This plugin is a prototype for the future core feature language packs.

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