Spanish translation updates
danny.milo at gmx.net
Thu Jan 22 05:01:33 CET 2004
Am Mit, den 21.01.2004 schrieb Nikola Pizurica um 15:48:
> I'm thinking about translating XFce to Serbian, so I have a question
> 'bout that.
> If I change keyboard layout with "setxkbmap sr", does that mean I'm
> typing in UTF-8?
> Cheking: ÐÐ¸Ð»Ð¾ÑÐ°Ð²ÑÐµÐ²Ð¸Ñ
Whoa, long time since I last saw Kyrillic :)
So I can see the characters just fine, but that could be the mail
program automatically translating them (yeah, bells and whistles ;))
Anyways, you can use the 'recode' program to convert between
recode latin2..utf8 file
It is very pedantic, so for example if it already were utf8 or there are
any unrepresentable characters, it tells :)
(Beware, modifies original file)
> So, I've written "Milosavljevic" in Cyrilic, is this UTF-8? Maybe it's
> not so smart question, but I wanna try to translate it, so better to
> check out first before beginning.
Good question :) I'd bet it is utf-8.
Can you program? If so, put the text in a gtk_label_new ("blah"); string
and see if it displays fine.
I think gtk only can do utf-8, so that would help knowing :)
*hides in case someone wants to hit me for that probably wrong
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