Codex

This page contains the conversion rules to convert PmWiki's prompts into Ukrainian language. See Localization.Localization and Internationalizations for how to details.

Strings have the original (English) text on the left-hand-side, and two quotation marks on the right-hand-side which can be filled with the translation.

Some strings already have an English explanation on the right-hand-side, which can be replaced with the appropriate translation, to explain the cryptic string names on the left-hand-side.

Lines commencing with the comment character "#" do not need to be translated.

Other strings to be translated, including some used in previous versions of PmWiki, may be found at Localization.XLPageCookbookTemplate.


Message for Sergei and Andriy: I have done some fixes, but I will explain why. Maybe our documentation is not clear enough.

  • If the right-hand-side is the empty string, PmWiki will use the default English version.
  • Some (typical hosting) servers don't support non-ASCII file names. For that reason we keep the standard PmWiki file names in ASCII (English).
    And use the (:title:) directive to translate the page name when viewing or referencing it.
  • For some pages this translation can be done automatically (without the (:title:) directive) like RecentChanges.
    For that reason leave the deprecated entry '{$Group}/RecentChanges' refering to the empty string.
    Under section PageTitle/LinkText technical pages you have already a translation for this page RecentChanges.
    This way the 'page name' is RecentChanges, but the 'page title' and the 'link' to this page when using [[RecentChanges|+]] is the translated name.
  • Section Page locations defines references to the translated versions of the PmWiki technical include pages.
    • If used the pages refering to need to exist, otherwise PmWiki shows an empty page or empty page section!
    • If used the {$SiteGroup} part must be replaced by the group name (PmWikiUk).
    • Only use the (:title:) directive in the Search page! Due to a default PmWiki setting, the last title directive defined wins,
      also if found in included pages, and would overwrite the title of the page you are working on.
    • I have updated the entries, and created a local copy of the those pages, ready for you to translate.

-- SchreyP? 10.06.2010 17:20