Hi Everyone,

The attached file (vailidate.js) is UTF-8 Encoded and contains the
messages in Japanese. I did run these messages by a native speaker
just in case you are wondering ;-)

The location of this file will be included at dojo/widget/nls/ja
directory which does not exist. Also attached is
test_validate_messages.html which displays the messages.

I was hoping someone experienced with localized data could check this
file in? I was hoping if you had the time Adam you might be able to
do so? In CVS I always check the files that are not ASCII encoded in
as binary files I suspect SVN is the same?

The encoding on the test_validate_messages.html does not matter and I
suspect the best place for it to live would be in the /tests/i18n?

Please let me know if there is a problem.

-Greg

-------------- next part --------------
An embedded and charset-unspecified text was scrubbed...
Name: 1277697613.txt
Url: http://dojotoolkit.org/pipermail/dojo-contributors/attachments/20060828/48a86b77/1277697613.txt
-------------- next part --------------



-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: http://dojotoolkit.org/pipermail/dojo-contributors/attachments/20060828/48a86b77/test_validate_messages.html

Search Discussions

  • Adam L. Peller at Aug 29, 2006 at 7:37 am
    committed - r5414. Thanks, Greg!

    I don't know of any trick to getting SVN to store the encoding. It
    doesn't seem to care whether it's text or binary. The problem AFAICT
    is that the developer has to remember to set their editor to use the
    right encoding, or they'll scramble it next time they check it in.

    -Adam
    On 8/29/06, Gregory Murray wrote:
    Hi Everyone,

    The attached file (vailidate.js) is UTF-8 Encoded and contains the
    messages in Japanese. I did run these messages by a native speaker
    just in case you are wondering ;-)

    The location of this file will be included at dojo/widget/nls/ja
    directory which does not exist. Also attached is
    test_validate_messages.html which displays the messages.

    I was hoping someone experienced with localized data could check this
    file in? I was hoping if you had the time Adam you might be able to
    do so? In CVS I always check the files that are not ASCII encoded in
    as binary files I suspect SVN is the same?

    The encoding on the test_validate_messages.html does not matter and I
    suspect the best place for it to live would be in the /tests/i18n?

    Please let me know if there is a problem.

    -Greg








Related Discussions

Discussion Navigation
viewthread | post
Discussion Overview
groupdojo-contributors @
categoriesdojo
postedAug 28, '06 at 10:53p
activeAug 29, '06 at 7:37a
posts2
users2
websitedojotoolkit.org

2 users in discussion

Adam L. Peller: 1 post Gregory Murray: 1 post

People

Translate

site design / logo © 2022 Grokbase