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[EP-tech] Re: divisions language



On Tue, 2012-04-17 at 20:27 +0300, ???? ????????????? wrote:
> Hello. In my cfg.d/languages.pl i see this:
> $c->{defaultlanguage} = 'uk';
> $c->{languages} = [ 'en','uk' ];
> 
> but on divisions editing page i see this: http://upload.oa.edu.ua/lang.jpg
> How can I change unspecified to ukrainian? and where does eprint get
> other languages? i didn't install them.
> Thanks.

Currently you can't do that - if you set a part of the field (e.g. lang)
then the whole row would be "set" and written to the database. You could
(as with anything) customise EPrint's behaviour by writing a custom
InputForm component, or a Javascript "hack" to modify the behaviour.

The Multilang field (which subject.name is) has a predefined set of
languages, which allows the user to input different languages.

The language of the interface is determined by whether a lang matches
the browser's language. If your browser is set to 'uk' EPrints will look
for phrases first in 'uk', then in the next language available ('en').

Cheers,
Tim.

> 2012/4/16 Tim Brody <tdb2 at ecs.soton.ac.uk>:
> > On Tue, 2012-04-10 at 23:05 +0300, ???? ????????????? wrote:
> >> Hello. When I adding new divisions or edit existing I see field
> >> Language  where my language named as unspecified. You can see this on
> >> the screen - http://awesomescreenshot.com/0bc37g7c7
> >> In the drop menu it show's any other languages. How can I add my lang
> >> or rename unspecified as Ukrainian?
> >> Thanks.
> >>
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> >
> > The supported languages are defined in cfg.d/languages.pl:
> >
> > $c->{languages} = [ 'en', 'de', ];
> >
> > These are the system languages, of which only English is supplied in the
> > distribution. You can find other language packs on files.eprints.org.
> >
> > Note: the subjects & divisions are stored in the database. You can
> > create a backup of your subjects tree by doing:
> > ./bin/export [archiveid] subject XML > subjects.xml
> > And re-import this later with:
> > ./bin/import_subjects --xml [archiveid] subjects.xml
> >
> > (In the past users have been surprised when they lost their custom
> > subjects when they did ./bin/import_subjects from the default file)
> >
> > --
> > All the best,
> > Tim
> >
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> >
> 
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