[Translators] geolocation: translated country names (no thanks!)
slavino at slavino.sk
Thu Dec 15 20:07:07 CET 2011
Dňa Wed, 14 Dec 2011 23:13:37 +0100 Andrej Kacian <andrej at kacian.sk>
> On Wed, 14 Dec 2011 23:05:19 +0100
> Holger Berndt <hb at claws-mail.org> wrote:
> > On Mi, 14.12.2011 11:05, wwp wrote:
> > >HTH, and hope to see a comment on this from the geolocation maintainer
> > >as well ;-).
> > How about: It was hard to write, so it should be hard to translate! ;p
> > On a more serious note, using such tables sounds like a good idea. But
> > it's only useful if there are tables available mapping alpha-2 codes
> > to translated country names - I saw that only for French, your other
> > link had lists of translated country names, but no alpha-2 code
> > mapping.
> > If they would indeed exist, and if I knew how to choose the correct one
> > at runtime, and if I found the strength deal with the autotools setup
> > to install them alongside of the plugin, it would surely be an
> > improvement.
> Maybe the CLDR database would help, if you can somehow use the
> XML-formatted data in the common/main folder...
Here exist some as ISO-3166, and this is translated in Translation project,
perhaps PO helps for other too (for me only cca 20 untranslated strings
lefts after merging PO files):
But i agree with: It is duplicated work to maintain two separated lists
of Country names. And all duplicated jobs are similar - inconsistent.
Most from mentioned 20 untranslated strings (country names) was by
lower/upper case changes from ISO.
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