May 20 2019
Mar 18 2019
I don't have locale-gen command as it says "-bash: locale-gen: command not found."
Mar 17 2019
Thanks for the confirmation, but I don't see the locale yet.
Mar 9 2019
I've recently noticed that Korean locales are missing.
Nov 8 2018
Thanks for the fix. Let me run your bot, check whether the issue is resolved and get back to you shortly.
Nov 3 2018
Jun 9 2018
I see, thanks for the reply. :) You may close this ticket.
May 2 2018
@Framawiki Yes, I confirm that it is working fine. Thank you.
May 1 2018
Dec 19 2017
If the problem still persists, the original author Endo999 should fix the issue first since the script is basically the same as https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Endo999/GoogleTrans.js.
Also, note that many local wikis such as enwiki, arwiki, simple, hawiki, hiwiki, srwiki, nlwiki, ptwiki, nowiki, sowiki, mswiki, eswiki, ukwiki, mkwiki, and zhwiki completely are based/depend on older or the latest version of it.
Aug 24 2017
Apr 13 2017
This issue was brought up over 2 months ago in Korean Wikipedia, and we are still waiting for the issue to be resolved in the near future.
Please understand that the "encapsulate" action is required in the VisualEditor because it has been frequently used in the source editor for a long time.
Mar 3 2017
Dec 15 2016
Thank you, Dzahn. It's working fine now.
I appreciate your quick support.
Sorry, but I still don't see the ko_KR.EUC-KR on the login.tools.wmflabs.org.
Dec 14 2016
I've just opened a new session for testing, but I don't see the euckr when running locale -a.
Have you tried "dpkg-reconfigure locales" that I mentioned above after running the locale-gen?
That is because the locale-gen alone will not affect the environment globally without reboot, AFAIK.
Thanks for your help. ko_KR.utf8 could be found.
However, I still cannot find EUC-KR for my application. Could you consider to add it as well?
Jul 20 2016
How long will it take for my request to be processed?
Please let me know if you need any additional information.
Mar 22 2016
I can limit my request to the locales as follows:
- ko_KR.euckr : cp949 and its extension are compatible with this charset. My application depends on this charset.
- ko_KR.utf8 : For unicode compatibility.
Mar 21 2016
From now on I will follow your advice before creating a task.
No, I am talking about the login.tools.wmflabs.org.
According to the output from "locale -a", I don't find any Korean-related charsets.
I am using a Perl script that I created for TedBot on ko-wiki.
However, in the current circumstance, I won't be able to directly type Korean characters on the shell prompt.