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German language pack (de_DE) with formal salutation


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How does everybody feel about creating a separate language pack for official and/or popular modules which would usually be in the site folder? I just noticed the Norwegian language pack making that switch.

Especially for the Pro modules (Lister, FormBuilder) it would be nice to have a drop-in solution. And if you don't need them, just install the core language pack and everything stays the same. As far as I can tell, the current de-DE language pack doesn't include module translations, right?

I'd be willing to create a repo and get things rolling.

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I've gone ahead and created a separate repo for third-party and Pro modules. Looking forward to having forum users test these and contribute with their own translations.

daun/pw-lang-de-modules

While the list of modules to include is obviously subjective, I've started with the ones my non-technical clients tend to use on their own (in alphabetical order):

  • Dashboard
  • Jumplinks
  • PageListerPro
  • PageLister Actions
    • Delete
    • Email
    • Set field
    • Set status
  • ProcessWire Upgrade
  • ProFields
    • Table
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20 hours ago, bernhard said:

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Hey Jens, could you please fix mistake (vor dem -Z-uschneiden) --> groß! Thx 🙂 

Hey, sure, as I find the time. But could you please create an issue on github, so it is easier for me to track.

PR's are also always welcome.

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  • dotnetic changed the title to German language pack (de_DE) with formal salutation

Hi dotnetic,
I try to use your  /processwire-language-pack-helper setup. I've got it running locally so far, but whenever I try to edit a language file I get the error:
ProcessWire: ProcessLanguageTranslator: Unable to load textdomain
Any ideas whats wrong?

Another question regarding translations and suggestions for edits: in case of changes for existing terms – is it intended to first discuss any change here or should I make my PR in any case and it's up to you to accept or deny it? (for example I would suggest to replace "Umdrehen" with "Spiegeln" at the image action select - like its used to be called in all image-editors).

Thank you!

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On 9/3/2021 at 4:38 PM, sz-ligatur said:

ProcessWire: ProcessLanguageTranslator: Unable to load textdomain
Any ideas whats wrong?

I will take a look at this.

Normally a change should/could be discussed here or you could create an issue and/or PR for that on github. If it really makes sense to me, I will merge the PR or fix the issue.

On 9/3/2021 at 3:06 PM, sz-ligatur said:

(I guess ist should read /main.zip)?

Yeah, because I changed the branch from master to main, sadly I can not login to modules.processwire.com (again) and change the information. I will ask Ryan or Pete for help, so I can login again.

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On 9/3/2021 at 4:38 PM, sz-ligatur said:

ProcessWire: ProcessLanguageTranslator: Unable to load textdomain

This only happens with some overseen files that have another or no textdomain, because of the main ProcessWire version change. In the files list, they look like this:

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a working file would look like this:

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I try to do a cleanup and push the changes to the repo

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I installed the german language pack long time ago and I want to update it to the new version. What is the correct way to update the language pack? I just can't find the field anymore to drop in the ZIP file with all the data in it so that it will override the existing translations with the new ones.

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