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Hi, reading your code I�vr found this:




WTF is i18n ???


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i18n stands to Internationalization, where you translate your program to other languages. See that there are 18 letters between de first 'I' and the last 'n', that's why they say I18n.

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Correct!!!

You can find the messages at WEB-INF/config/languages

Currently there is only support for en_US, but all you need to do to support another language is create a new language file, put the translations there - folowing the pattern, where the string at the left of equals char is the property name, which you change at all, and the part at the right of equals char is the message itself, which will be used in the forum.

At the moment, the only way to change between languages is to modify the file "SystemGlobals.properites"..

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Ohhh... thanks a lot

Now I got it. The funny part is that the i18n took me about 10 seconds to understand after the "18 letters between the first 'i' and the last 'n' "
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hehehe..

So, you know l10n? "localization"

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There is a translation for portuguese language?
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Anonymous wrote:There is a translation for portuguese language?



Currently, only for pt_PT.. the guys from www.java.pt have made the translation..

I just didn't made the pt_BR for priority reasons.. but its easy ;)

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