[vlc-devel] Request for translation files (Indian Languages)
christoph.miebach at web.de
Tue Mar 24 19:26:39 CET 2015
On 24 Mar 2015, at 10:54, chandrakant dhutadmal <cpdhutadmal at yahoo.com> wrote:
Looks like weblate can add new languages (I only checked documentation so far), so it should be possible to collect new translations to not yet available languages.
> On 16 Mar 2015, at 13:16, chandrakant dhutadmal <cpdhutadmal at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > As per the information available on https://www.videolan.org/developers/i18n/vlc-howto.html, i would like to request for translation files (.po files) for following Indian languages for latest version of VLC Player.
> > · Assamese
> > · Bodo
> > · Dogri
> > · Kashmiri- (Using Perso Arabic Script)
> > · Kashmiri- (Using Devnagari Script)
> > · Konkani- (Using Devnagari Script)
> > · Konkani- (Using Roman Script)
> > · Maithili
> > · Manipuri - (Using Meetei Mayek Script)
> > · Manipuri - (Using Bengali Script)
> > · Oriya
> > · Sanskrit
> > · Santali - (Using Ol-Chiki Script)
> > · Santali - (Using Devnagari Script)
> > · Sindhi- (Using Perso Arabic Script)
> > · Sindhi- (Using Devnagari Script)
> > · Urdu
So, if UTF-8 supports all of this, creating them should be possible.
If you want to use this languages, we will have to check for support on the target systems, I am willing to see how to get them included into cldr.
AFAICT glibc, android, osx, windows all use it.
Anyway, I have no personal experience with it and expect it to take some time (i.e. caused by release cycles).
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