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From Erik Abele <>
Subject Re: about translation
Date Tue, 26 Oct 2004 15:12:26 GMT
On 26.10.2004, at 12:26, muhammad panji wrote:

> Hi,
> I also have a plan translating the manual into Indonesian
> Language(Bahasa Indonesia). are there just CVS that I could use?

Hmm, this depends on what you want to do and how you want to work... A 
regular tarball/zip package may be sufficient to begin with a new 
translation and there's also the possibility to use rsync to keep your 
local source tree up to date if you can't use CVS.

> and how to get the CVS user name?

You don't need one to start. You can always use anonymous CVS to 
checkout the sources (examples see URL below). When your translations 
are ready for prime time just submit them to this list, they will have 
to be reviewed in any case.

More info is available at


> Regards,
> panji
> On Mon, 11 Oct 2004 21:23:54 +0200, Erik Abele <> 
> wrote:
>> On 10.10.2004, at 22:28, Andrew Huang wrote:
>>> hello, im planning on translating apache docs to chinese traditional,
>>> but im really confused on how to start. i read the tutorial by ken
>>> coar, but i've never used cvs before, and don't know how to use unix
>>> at all. is it possible to do the translation on windows? can somebody
>>> point me in the right direction on how to start? like where to
>>> download the docs and upload them when im done? thank you.
>> Be sure to thoroughly read the paragraph named 'Transformation' on
>> - basically all
>> that is needed is a current Java VirtualMachine (according to the
>> aforementioned page Java 1.2 is sufficient), a checked out docs tree
>> and a current version of the build tools.
>> The whole build system is based on or around Java/Ant/Xalan+Xerces, so
>> you should be fine on Windows too.
>> Cheers,
>> Erik

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