Bug#18162: marked as done (Translation languages missing and wrongly named) by John Firebaugh <jfirebaugh at kde.org>

Stephan Kulow owner at bugs.kde.org
Sat Aug 31 03:09:56 UTC 2002

Your message with subj: Translation languages missing and wrongly named

Thank you for your bug report.
The bug that your reported no longer applies to the latest development (CVS) 
version of KDE. This is most probably because the bug has been fixed, the 
application has been substantially modified, or the application no longer 
exists. The bug report will be closed.

has caused the attached bug report to be marked as done.

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Subject: Translation languages missing and wrongly named
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package: kdevelop
version: 2.0
severity: normal

(I think this applies to KDevelop 2.0 -- it's from the kdevelop.pot file in 
kde-i18n CVS.)

I browsed the updated kdevelop.pot file and noticed the many languages and 
language codes from the file caddnewtranslationdlg.cpp. Have you used an old 
list? I can't find my language in there ("no_NY", "Norwegian (Nynorsk)") even 
though it was in the official KDE 2.0 release, and the language that was 
called "Norwegian" in KDE 1.x is now "Norwegian (Bokmål)" (still code "no"). 
I suggest you have a look at the list of translation teams at 

 Gaute Hvoslef Kvalnes
 Norwegian (Nynorsk) KDE translation: http://i18n.kde.org/teams/no_NY/

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