View source for Localizations of WackoWiki

  Also available in ((../Deutsch/Lokalisierung Deutsch)), ((../Francophone/Localisation Franaise)), ((../Russian/Lokalizacija  @@ru))

This is WackoWiki, and there are some good news for you:
  1. WackoWiki supports as many ((/Dev/Translations language schemes)) as you dare to write to.
  2. For now we already have fourteen of them listed below:

  * BG -- **!!(green)Bulgarian!!** by Neizvesten Prevodach, ((user:CheDo Chedo))
  * DE -- **!!(green)Deutsch!!** by ((user:AndreasPiesk Andreas Piesk)), ((user:RonaldKrentz Ronald Krentz)) and others.
  * DA -- **!!(green)Danish!!** by ((user:JohnGotze John Gotze))
  * EL -- **!!(green)Greek!!** by ((user:EvaggelosBalaskas Evaggelos Balaskas))
  * EN -- **!!(green)English!!** thanks to Oliver Scutt for corrections.
  * FR -- **!!(green)French!!** by ((user:MatthiasStuder Matthias Studer)), ((user:DidierSpaier DidierSpaier))
  * IT -- **!!(green)Italian!!** by Pino De Nigris.
  * NL -- **!!(green)Dutch!!** by Jeroen Roeterd.
  * PL -- **!!(green)Polish!!** by Piotr Bartecki (not finished).
  * RU -- **!!(green)Русский!!**.
  * ES -- **!!(green)Spanish!!** by Luis Muniz, ((user:AntonioGonzalez Antonio Gonzalez)) and ((user:KlePy KlePy)).
  * PT -- **!!(green)Portuguese!!**
  * ET -- **!!(green)Estonian!!**


WackoWiki language files are separated from code and stored in a special folder, so called "lang". If you untar/unzip ((/Download installation pack)), you will surely find one. There, in that very folder, you`ll find **wacko.en.php**, **wacko.ru.php** & some more files for other languages (one at the writing time).

  * ##lang/lang.en.php##
  * ##lang/wacko.en.php##

If you want to create your own language scheme, perhaps for Finnish or Esperanto or maybe even Klingon (who bother?), you will need to perform next two simple actions:
  1. Copy one of the existing schemes (that one you most familiar with) to a new file (**wacko.fi.php** for Finnish, for ex.)
  2. Open your newly created file and edit it, changing values after "=>" into something meaningful in target languages. (oh, it would be a time sink)
  3. Adapt the lang.xy.php (**lang.fi.php** for Finnish, for ex.) for you language scheme

When finished stage 2, your language scheme is complete & it will automatically appear in your user settings as a choice for !!language!!.

If you want to use your language scheme as default in your Wacko installation, simple change this line in your **((Configuration config.php))**
%%(php)
<?php
  //...
  'language' => 'fi',
  //...
?>
%%

Note that if you want to have installer of WackoWiki works with your language, you also need to translate:
  * ##setup/lang/inserts.en.php##
  * ##setup/lang/installer.en.php##

Admin panel
  * ##admin/ap.en.php##

If you are done creating scheme for language not yet listed on this page, it would be great & honorous to ((https://wackowiki.org/bugs/ send us)) your language file (**wacko.fi.php** according to upgoing example) -- so we could add one more language into ((Download installation pack)) and make WackoWiki one step more international.

The easiest way to create a new language scheme is to copy an existing (see [[/Org/Tools/Repository Repository]]) one and edit it.
**and be sure to check if it doesn't already exist (on this page)**


((/Dev/Translations/Transliteration lang.xy.php - Transliteration of Non-Roman Scripts))



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original is located at: ((/Doc/English/Localizations))