thorsten at apache
Jun 27, 2006, 12:26 AM
Post #4 of 12
El mar, 27-06-2006 a las 09:17 +0200, G.Verhaag [at] lrcb escribió:
> It seems that this topic is not interesting enough to get responses, which is rather disappointing, sorry!
http://www.mail-archive.com/user [at] forrest/msg02131.html
It has nothing to do with interesting or not, but that is a often
discussed topic. We need better documentation about it.
Here another link that may help
> I don't think I can contribute any further because I don't understand the world of XML enough to be of any serious help!
So you can point out sharp corners and may write down the step you took
to activate i18n.
> Some questions remain however! For example, what is the meaning of all the catalog entries in the menu_*.xml of the translations directory? Can anybody tell how to use them? Thanks!
I think best to read this
The menu_*.xml are catalogues:
If this does not help, please ask again.
> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: Nico Veenkamp [mailto:nico [at] veenkamp]
> Verzonden: donderdag 22 juni 2006 13:02
> Aan: user [at] forrest
> Onderwerp: Re: How to Setup Multilanguage Site!
> <quote> G.Verhaag [at] lrcb</quote>
> > I'm new to forrest but managed to install forrest and do a forrest seed.
> > This resulted in the well known example site! I'm trying to build an
> > experimental site using forrest. It needs to have pages partly in English
> > and Dutch. I've tried to find some info regarding how to tackle this
> > problem, but have found nothing suitable. All that I've found is to
> > technical, sorry!
> I have recently contributed some dutch info to forrest. Specifically for
> the test site, the menu items and the tabs.
> I am now trying to pull the info together for making i18n stuff for
> Forrest easier to access. I could use your help in doing this.
> > Can anybody give some hints on how to start solving this problem? I'd like
> > to use for example a second level tab to switch from English to Dutch.
> > Buttons to switch language on the a page will also suffice.
> > By the way, do I need to study the cocoon manual to start using forrest
> > effectively?
> No, not to my knowledge.
> Nico Veenkamp
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