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bbPress 1.02 Dutch translation

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  • Thanks a lot!

    doesn’t compltely work out for me. I have the files placed in the my-langages folder,

    Also changed the line in the config file to:

    define( ‘bbpress_nl.mo’, ” );

    but nothing changes…


    chrishajer
    Participant

    @chrishajer

    Maybe there’s a typo in your folder name or just here. It should be my-languages. Then the file needs to be named exactly as the define statement in your bb-config.php file. Is that all true?

    Deze vertaling gebruik ik ook. Het was even een gedoe met de juiste map vinden waar deze ingezet moest worden, maar het is uiteindelijk toch gelukt. Heb ook even de naam gewijzigd van bbpress_nl.mo naar nl.mo

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    Thanks a lot for this translation!

    Ok, Still no luck.

    The right folder should be:

    my-languages in the root folder of my bbpress install. (same directory as were the config file lives for example).

    I changed the name of the file to nl.mo

    At the bottem of my config file I now have this line:

    define( 'nl.mo', '' );

    Is this all correct?

    If so, then why doesn’t it work?!


    chrishajer
    Participant

    @chrishajer

    The define statement should look like this:

    define( 'BB_LANG', 'nl_NL' );

    if your file is named nl_NL.mo in the my-languages/ directory

    The format for the name of that file is

    language code_underscore_country code.mo so nl_NL.mo and in the config you drop the .mo

    More info about Dutch for bbPress here: http://bbpress.org/forums/topic/dutch-translation#post-56700


    chrishajer
    Participant

    @chrishajer

    In your define statement you defined nl.mo to be empty, BTW.


    chrishajer
    Participant

    @chrishajer

    thnx for the help chrishajer!

    all is well now.

    I just had issues reading your comments, and made some small errors…

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