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Wed Jun 27 2007, 08:51PM
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Joined: Wed Jun 27 2007, 12:59PM
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Hello people, Hello coders, Hello e107 fans
I just started dealing with e107 today and i am
more or less already amazed. I have have a question-Request ....

I saw there are separate language files (i am not an expert) and i wondered...
What would it take to translate the whole e107 package ,
so that i can be used more by let's say...Greek people...?
What if someone had the time and volunteered and had expert knowledge of his own language
but did not have the knowledge to do it himself in terms of PHP?

I would pleased to receive suggestions on this one!
Wed Jul 04 2007, 11:51AM

Registered Member #330
Joined: Wed Jun 11 2003, 08:04AM
Location: Liverpool
Posts: 491
The core has multilanguage facilities and any well written plugin does too. I write in English and the language files in my plugins are in a directory called languages. In there is a file called English.php (this would be the language you are writing eg Greek.php.

All it contains are a list of constants defined as

define(MYPLUG_01,"The text to display");

Just rewrite the English in Greek and the plugin should reflect the new language.
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