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From Kazunari Hirano <khir...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Language analysis -> pootle and repo
Date Tue, 05 Jun 2012 15:09:59 GMT
Hi Jürgen,

http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Languages

This page may help you.

I tried to complete your table.
=================
English Name, ISO, Pootle known,
---------------------------------
Assamese, as, no,
Belarusian, be_BY, no,
Breton, br, yes,
Bodo, brx,
Catalan (Valencian), ca_XV,
Dogri, dgo, no,
Greek, el, yes,
Esperanto, eo, yes,
Basque, eu, yes,
Croatian, hr, yes,
Lojban, jbo, yes,
Kabyle, kab,
Kazakh, kk, yes,
Khmer, km, yes,
Konkani, kok,
Kashmiri, ks, no,
Maithili, mai, yes,
Macedonian, mk, yes,
Mongolian, mn, yes,
Manipuri, mni,
Burmese, my, no,
Nepali, ne, yes,
Ndebele, nr,
Nyanja, ny,
(Afan) Oromo, om, no,
Punjabi, pa_IN,
Romanian, ro, yes,
Kinyarwanda, rw, no,
Sanskrit, sa_IN,
Santali, sat,
Sardinian, sc,
Sindhi, sd, no,
Serbo-Croatian, sh, no
Sinhala, si, yes,
Slovenian, sl, yes,
Serbian, sr, yes,
Siswati, ss, no,
Swahili, sw_TZ,
Tajik, tg, yes,
Setswana, tn, no,
Tsonga, ts, no,
Uyghur, ug, yes,
Uzbek, uz, yes,
Xhosa, xh, no,
=================
Not all of them are found in the following page.
http://translate.sourceforge.net/wiki/l10n/pluralforms

Thanks,
khirano

On Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 10:34 PM, Jürgen Schmidt
<jogischmidt@googlemail.com>wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I have checked the languages that we have in our repository with the
> languages on pootle etc.
>
> I found several languages in our repo that are not yet on pootle. And I
> have identified some languages of them that are not known to pootle at
> all on [1]. And for some languages codes I have no idea and would like
> to ask you for help:
>
>
> English Name    ISO        Pootle known
> ---------------------------------------
> Assamese        as             no
> ?               be_BY          no
> Breton          br             yes
> ?               brx
> ?               ca_XV                       ca = Catalan
> Dogri           dgo            no
> Greek           el             yes
> Esperanto       eo             yes
> Basque          eu             yes
> Croatian        hr             yes
> Lojban          jbo            yes
> ?               kab                         ka = Georgian
> Kazakh          kk             yes
> Khmer           km             yes
> ?               kok                         ko = Korean
> Kashmiri        ks             no
> Maithili        mai            yes
> Macedonian      mk             yes
> Mongolian       mn             yes
> ?               mni                         mn = Mongolian
> Burmese         my             no
> Nepali          ne             yes
> ?               nr
> ?               ny
> (Afan) Oromo    om             no
> ?               pa_IN                       pa = Punjabi
> Romanian        ro             yes
> Kinyarwanda     rw             no
> ?               sa_IN                       sa = Sanskrit
> ?               sat
> ?               sc
> Sindhi          sd             no
> Serbo-Croatian  sh             no
> Sinhala         si             yes
> Slovenian       sl             yes
> Serbian         sr             yes
> Siswati         ss             no
> ?               sw_TZ                       sw = Swahili
> Tajik           tg             yes
> Setswana        tn             no
> Tsonga          ts             no
> Uyghur          ug             yes
> Uzbek           uz             yes
> Xhosa           xh             no
>
> I think it is probably ok to use:
>
> pa_IN = Punjabi (India)
> sa_IN = Sanskrit (India)
> sw_TZ = Swahili (Tansania)
>
> Can anybody help with the others and have an idea about the plural
> header for the po files? See [1]
>
> Thanks
>
> Juergen
>
>
> [1] http://translate.sourceforge.net/wiki/l10n/pluralforms
>



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