From: Kenneth J.Davis (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Oct 21 2002 - 15:34:38 EDT
Actually it does not. It is trivial to add it, however
there may be issues when the language used does not match well
with the active codepage (or whatever its called in Windows GUI).
[On NT this could probably be avoided, but I doubt it on Win 9x.]
Have a look at http://abiword.pchasm.org/patches/ap_Win32Prefs-envlang.cpp.diff
which probably still applies for an example implementation;
though I don't claim it is fully correct. :-) It is partially
derived from the Unix code. I use it when I want a build that
is easy to switch the UI between English and Spanish.
Jordi Mas <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 10/21/2002 2:09:15 PM:
>En/na Karl Ove Hufthammer ha escrit:
>> Alan Horkan <email@example.com> wrote in
>> Doesn't setting the appropriate environemnt variables work too
>> (just like in the Linux version)?
>I does not as far as I know. Windows users are generally not very used to set
>environment variables and so on. I think is better if then can change the
>language of the UI from the preferences.
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