50% of the WMF traffic is not English. If this software is useful for other languages, it should be possible to use the software in this other language.
|Open||None||T100652 [Migrated] AutoWikiBrowser internationalisation and localisation|
|Duplicate||None||T132692 Translation to Galician|
@Reedy 11:06, 1 December 2008 (UTC) wrote:
You can use it on any language (as of the svn version), just the interface isn't localised.
@Reedy 11:13, 1 December 2008 (UTC) wrote:
As an aside. We have thought about it, and it would be a good idea. It just would require a lot of reworking of the code, and the interface changing to cater for the larger text aswell... Getting translators would be easy enough, i suspect.
@Dispenser 16:48, 1 December 2008 (UTC) wrote:
I haven't found an easy to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/#Support non-standard Windows font PPI since the window resizing modes doesn't seem to have an "em" mode. The best I've been able to come up with is using dymaic layout boxes, but that tends to slows redrawing.
@Helder 18:21, 15 August 2013 (UTC) wrote:
@Magioladitis 18:52, 15 August 2013 (UTC) wrote:
We now provide edit summaries in many languages and the set of rules are better localised for the various projects. I call for help in order to expand the localised edit settings to more languages.
On Wikipedia in French, we recently raised the problem of the lack of inter-agencyization for the AutoWikiBrowser software. Is it possible to add an i18n system, for the AutoWikiBrowser software, which could be powered by translatewiki.net for example ?
Hello, and thanks for your answer,
If I may : what would be the process for an i18n installation on AutoWikiBrowser. So I will try to say it with my English : the code to insert, the pages to create if necessary...
There's different ways to do it in .NET, but I haven't actually ever had to do it. AWB isn't setup to allow this easily at all currently.
The code/UI needs migrating to loading strings from presumably a resource file or similar, and then those files being made available in some way to allow translation...