From: Andrew Dunbar (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Feb 12 2003 - 22:58:28 EST
--- printf scanf <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: >
> Hi eric,
> Thanks for you info.
> 1. May I ask you where can I get my language code
> since this langauge is not translate yet?.
Hi. It's really cool that you want to translate
AbiWord into Kelabit. This is exactly the sort of
thing I'd love to seen done with AbiWord.
There is a problem, however, in that ISO 639, the
language code standard, does not have a code for
On this page, you can see that the SIL have given the
code KZI to Kelabit:
And on this page you will see my AbiWord bug report/
RFE for extending our language tags to support
Now just using the SIL code is not a permanent
solution since it may some day conflict with an ISO
code. But it may be worth using it for now so you
can have Kelabit support, and doing something better
> 2. This statement below run under what shell prompt?
> dos,4nt, cygwin etc and then howto start with this
> $ export ABIROOT=/some/suitable/location/abiword
> $ mkdir -p $ABIROOT
> $ cd $ABIROOT
> $ export
> $ cvs login (the password is "anoncvs")
> $ cvs checkout abi
> I really need your all guidance for me to play
> around translate Abiword into native language.
> ericzen <email@example.com> wrote:Hello, Bill,
> I will leave you with links some links to get what
> you seek (the last being for CVS specifically).
> May I ask what your native language is?
> To download the latest STABLE release in source only
> form, go here:
> To download the latest developers' build in source
> only form, go here:
> For instructions on getting the latest CVS, go here:
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