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Heya, everybody!

The Hungarian language pack for Processwire is on the way. I will post here about the stages of the translation process.

Stay tuned!

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welcome to PW. Best will be to start your translation on the newest dev version. Think PW 2.5 isn't far away. Maybe this post is helpful for you.

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Splendid idea, Manfred62 :) Thanks a lot for the link to the PW 2.5 language pack.

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I'm glad to inform you that today I completed the rough translation for the latest PW dev branch, so the process turned to the correcting and testing phase.

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The Hungarian language pack for ProcessWire 2.5 has been released. The included site and core translation files are translated in formal style, best suitable for business, corporate and e-commerce sites.

GitHub Repository: https://github.com/jtherczeg/processwire-hungarian-lng

Download from GitHub: https://github.com/jtherczeg/processwire-hungarian-lng/archive/master.zip

Approval of submission to ProcessWire Modules Directory is pending.

Any feedbacks are welcome :)

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Found a few misinterpretations and just committed the corrections to GitHub. Also, found a better translation for the term "core" and replaced all the occurences with the new one.

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Hey, Nico!

Thank you for drawing my attention for this. Just now corrected the title and class name.

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The Hungarian translation files have been updated for ProcessWire 2.5.2. Actually two files changed, they are as follows:

  • wire--modules--inputfield--inputfieldfile--inputfieldfile-module.json
  • wire--modules--process--processmodule--processmodule-module.json

And three new files were committed, for the Reno theme:

  • wire--modules--admintheme--adminthemereno--adminthemereno-module.json
  • wire--modules--admintheme--adminthemereno--adminthemerenohelpers-php.json
  • wire--modules--admintheme--adminthemereno--debug-inc.json

Get the full package via the ProcessWire Modules Directory: http://mods.pw/7h

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The Hungarian translation files just have been updated for ProcessWire 2.5.4. This time the following three files changed:

  • wire--modules--fieldtype--fieldtypedatetime-module.json
  • wire--modules--inputfield--inputfieldpagetable--inputfieldpagetable-module.json
  • wire--modules--process--processtemplate--processtemplate-module.json

The translation of the 2 latest core modules were added:

  • wire--modules--process--processrecentpages--processrecentpages-module.json
  • wire--modules--system--systemnotifications--systemnotifications-module.json

Download the full package via the ProcessWire Modules Directory: http://mods.pw/7h

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The Hungarian translation files just have been updated for ProcessWire 2.5.5. This time no existing files were changed, but 2 new files were added. They are as follows:

  • wire--modules--system--systemnotifications--systemnotifications-module.json
  • wire--modules--system--systemnotifications--systemnotificationsconfig-php.json

Download the full package via the ProcessWire Modules Directory: http://mods.pw/7h

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Followed up the development of ProcessWire, the Hungarian language pack has been updated for PW 2.5.8. From PW 2.5.6 to PW 2.5.8, totally 10 translation files were updated, 1 new file was added. Translation changelogs for each release are available on the GitHub Project page.

Download the full package via the ProcessWire Modules Directory: http://mods.pw/7h

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Santa Claus, with a little delay, brought to you an updated Hungarian language pack for ProcessWire 2.5.10, including the strings for the latest improvements, e.g. the threaded commenting system. Totally 7 files changed. The changelog for this release is available on the GitHub Project page, as before.

Download the full package via the ProcessWire Modules Directory: http://mods.pw/7h

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