Subject: updating localization of docbook-xsl ?
Hello, I've downloaded the last version of docbook-xsl stylesheets (1.62.0) and when trying to use the new <?dbtimestamp format="A d B Y HhM'S"?> feature in my (french) locale, I got message : No template for "September" (or any of its leaves) exists in the context named "datetime-abbrev" in the "fr" localization. So I've look in the ./common/fr.xml file of the distribution, and I found some lines like : <l:template name="September" text="September" lang="en"/> it seems that the translation is missing for now. As the header of this file says it's generated automatically, I've looked at http://cvs.sourceforge.net/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/docbook/gentext/locale/fr.xml but : - the list of terms with missing translations isn't here (at now), where can I find them ? - if I add translations to this file fr.xml, who can update the CVS file (I surely don't have rights) - if I modify the source, how can I get a common/fr.xml suitable for my docbook-xsl site implantation ? The file common/fr.xml says it's automatically generated but I don't know how ! I can modify my common/fr.xml for myself but I would prefer to share my work... Thanks, Fred. -- Frédéric Boiteux - Calistel