[vlc-devel] Re: How to add Chinese-GUI support to VLC??
hartman at videolan.org
Mon Jul 26 23:45:37 CEST 2004
the correct filename for Simplified chinese is zh_CN.po
You should use a current file from development tree as your point of
start, because otherwise it's very hard to merge all the changes back
would download a not so recent version of this. A new release is in
preperation when we will also make available a new translations
packages with updated .po file which contain all the new to be
translated and changed lines...
Also see: http://developers.videolan.org/vlc/vlc/doc/translations.txt
You need to add the language to src/libvlc.h to make it show up in the
On 26 jul 2004, at 17:07, Qiguo Tao wrote:
> Hi, All Masters,
> I am from China and I like VLC. Now I am wanting
> to add Chinese-GUI support to VLC. After some hard
> work(e.g., translating es_GB.po to cn.po, then
> modifying that MakeFile), but there is no Chinese
> language item in the language sets
> What shall I do?
> My working enviorment is Windows2000 Pro +
> Cygwin_1.5.10 + VLC_0.7.3_svn.
> Thank you very much.
> Best Regards.
> I am hopeful to do something to VLC.
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