A full language definition for the ProcessWire admin, used by ProcessWire's Language Support modules.

  • PWRussian 3.0.168 by eduard
    Russian (ru-RU) v2.0: Russian Language Pack for ProcessWire
    2020/11/07 — Language Packs
  • Norwegian 3.0.200 by snobjorn
    Norwegian (nb-NO): Norwegian (nb-NO) language pack for ProcessWire.
    2022/05/16 — Language Packs
  • Deutsch 3.0.184 by Jens Martsch - dotnetic
    German (de-DE): German (de_DE) language pack for ProcessWire 3.0.184
    2021/11/20 — Language Packs
  • Français 3.0 by v-maillard
    French Language Pack (fr-FR): French language pack for ProcessWire 3.x
    2018/10/02 — Language Packs
  • Polski 1.0.8 by 7studio
    Polish (pl-PL) for ProcessWire 3.x: Polish language pack for ProcessWire 3.x series.
    2022/06/27 — Language Packs
  • pw_spanish 3.0.40 beta by biojazzard
    Spanish (es-ES) v.3: Spanish [es_ES] for ProcessWire
    2016/11/18 — Language Packs
  • Nederlands 1.0.0 by arjenblokzijl
    Dutch Language Pack (nl-NL): Dutch Language Pack (nl-NL)
    2015/09/23 — Language Packs
  • Svenska 1.0 by mats
    Swedish language pack: Swedish language pack for ProcessWire
    2015/01/24 — Language Packs
  • Magyar 1.0.7 by jtherczeg
    Hungarian (hu-HU): Hungarian site and core translation files for ProcessWire in formal style.
    2014/12/07 — Language Packs
  • pwspanish 2.0.0 by blad
    Spanish (es-ES) v.2: Spanish (es-ES) language pack for ProcessWire 100% translated.
    2014/09/05 — Language Packs
  • ProcessWireGreekLanguage 1 by sakkoulas
    processwire-greek-language: Greek Language for Processwire
    2014/06/25 — Language Packs
  • TurkishTR 3.0.55 by Iskender TOTOGLU
    Turkish (tr-TR): ProcessWire Türkçe Dil Çevirileri
    2017/03/23 — Language Packs
  • Chinese 0.9 by liyiwu
    Chinese(zh_CN) Translation Pack for ProcessWire.
    2013/11/03 — Language Packs
  • Turkce 1.0.0 delete by fatih
    Turkish (tr_TR): Turkish language pack for ProcessWire
    2017/03/27 — Language Packs
  • Gói ngôn ngữ tiếng Việt 1.0.0 by xgenvn
    Vietnamese (vi-VN): Vietnamese translation pack for ProcessWire.
    2013/06/11 — Language Packs
  • japanese 0.9.0 beta by gzlabs
    Japanese Language Pack (ja-JP): Japanese Language Pack (ja-JP) 日本語のランゲージパック
    2013/04/18 — Language Packs
  • Czech 3.0.148 by radek
    Czech (cs-CZ): Czech Language Pack (cs-CZ)
    2020/03/21 — Language Packs
  • Hebrew 1.0.0 by jacknails
    Hebrew (he-HE): Hebrew Language Pack (he-HE)
    2013/01/23 — Language Packs
  • Italiano 1.2 beta by ussliberty
    Italian (it-IT): Italian translation for ProcessWire 2.5+
    2016/03/02 — Language Packs
  • Suomi 1.0.0 by apeisa
    Finnish (fi-FI): Finnish (fi-FI) language pack for ProcessWire admin.
    2015/06/13 — Language Packs

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