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Re: CVS checkout command for the Debian Installer translations
- To: Documentation and Translation <doc at arabeyes dot org>
- Subject: Re: CVS checkout command for the Debian Installer translations
- From: Christian Perrier <bubulle at debian dot org>
- Date: Tue, 29 Jun 2004 22:18:08 +0200
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Quoting Mohammed Elzubeir (elzubeir at arabeyes dot org):
> Christian, please do provide us with a list of the priorities here if
> you don't mind.
countrychooser+iso-codes (in 2nd stage-->all countries names)
With these, IIRC, you cover a default high prority i386 install
iso-codes is important because as soon as we will have an Arabic
translations for the iso_3166 file, we will have a "short" country
list after choosing Arabic at very first screen.
Countrychooser first display users all countries for which a valid
locale exists in the given language.
For instance, for Arabic, you will have about 10 countries,
IIRC....indeed all those for which an ar_XX locale exists in Debian
Translating iso-3166 is quite boring because you have to translate 240
country names in your language, which may be tricky (and sometimes
highly politically difficult). I was lucky that French names are
After the above mentioned packages, I would mention:
base-config (2nd stage)
shadow debconf templates (2nd stage)
all -installer packages (start with yaboot)
As you may see, what we call 2nd stage is sometimes artificial and not
always related to priority. I prefer having the shadow templates
translated (those asking for the root password) than the clumsy
netdevice templates (Ethernet cards for s390).