Translations

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Welcome to Areca's translation web page.

This page allows you to update Areca's translation files. Click on one of the links below to update the translation.

You will find the missing labels grouped by language on the Missing Labels page.
You may also find some useful informations on how translations are managed here.

Don't forget to update the "Last translated version" column in the table below once you've saved your changes.
If you want to be notified of translation requests when new versions of Areca are released, please add your email in the "Translators" column bellow or send me an email (aventin at users dot sourceforge dot net)


Important :
Don't forget to keep the <pre> (at the beginning of the translation page) and </pre> (at the end of the translation page) tags (they prevent MediaWiki from parsing the translation's content)


Language Last translated version Translators
cs 7.4.3 miloslav dot thon at gmail dot com
de 7.3.6 weakmum at gmx dot de
en 7.4.3 aventin at users dot sourceforge dot net
es 7.3.6 lucasvieites at gmail dot com
fr 7.4.3 aventin at users dot sourceforge dot net
hu 7.4.3 SanskritFritz at gmail dot com
cn 7.4.3 slreycn at gmail dot com
ru 7.4 pbtsrc at ya dot ru
it 7.4 danielecortesi at users dot sourceforge dot net
pt 7.4.2 palbuquerque at gmail dot com
da 6.0.2 ! TRANSLATOR WANTED !
ja 6.0 ! TRANSLATOR WANTED !
nl 7.1.7 ! TRANSLATOR WANTED !
sv 7.1.8 ! TRANSLATOR WANTED !
tw 6.0.2 ! TRANSLATOR WANTED !
br 7.0 ! TRANSLATOR WANTED !


How to translate Areca

If you want to add a new language :

  • First, send me (aventin at users dot sourceforge dot net) an email with your SourceForge account so I can add you to Areca's wiki editors list.
  • Once you have been granted "editor" access, make a copy of the english translation ("translations/resources_en.properties" file) and name it after the language you want to add ("de" for german, "it" for italian, ...)
  • Once your translation is completed, add it to this wiki (don't forget to add your language and email to the table above)



VERY IMPORTANT : The content of the translations file MUST be encoded using the ISO-8859-1 encoding. Non-compatible characters (for instance chinese characters) must be unicode-encoded (using a \u escape character).
You can ensure this by using one of the following translation tools :

NOTE: If you use a plain text editor (Notepad or Gedit) you can use the "native2ascii" command provided with Sun's JDK to convert UTF-8 files to ASCII.

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