[tldoc] New translation for TL: Brazilian Portuguese (pt.po)

Paulo Roberto Massa Cereda cereda.paulo at gmail.com
Tue Feb 14 17:06:37 CET 2012

Hi Norbert,

> That is actually interesting ... I have no idea myself.

Neither do I. I tried to track down the script, but no luck so far.

'install-tl -lang en' is aborted. I put a 'print' call inside the '__'
helper method (which seems to map the proper translations) and around
5 'default' messages (in English) are correctly printed before the
script ends. So I'm more lost than ever.

But I didn't give up hope. :)



Em 13 de fevereiro de 2012 22:25, Norbert Preining <preining at logic.at> escreveu:
> Hi Paulo,
> grat, thanks for your testing!!
> On Mo, 13 Feb 2012, Paulo Roberto Massa Cereda wrote:
>> D:found lang codes value = 0416, lm =
>> pt-br;@%SystemRoot%\system32\mlang.dll,-4429...
> Uggg, ok, that is bad. I see .... The problem is that there is
> a whole bunch of stuff *after the -br (didn't know that).
>>   Sorry, no translations available for
>> pt_r;@%systemroot%\system32\mlang.dll,-4429 (nor pt); falling back to
>> English.
> Yes, that is to be expected.
>>   Make sure that you have the package "texlive-msg-translations" installed.
>>   (If you'd like to help translate the installer's messages, please see
>>   http://tug.org/texlive/doc.html#install-tl-xlate for information.)
>> [ And the script ended abnormally, with no fallback to English ]
> That is bad, and surprising. But I will try myself.
>> I didn't put the pt.po file inside the translations file, but the
> Please put it into
>        pt_br.po
> that is the right way. But for testing, actually, once with pt_br.po
> and once with pt.po (to check actual area code and fallb akc)
>> (line 276)
>> --- my $area = lc(substr $lm, 4);
>> +++ my $area = lc(substr $lm, 3, 2);
> Yes, that looks fine. I was just *guessing* what happens on Windows.
> So yes, that shold be included.
>> It's now working like a charm. Now I'll try to investigate why the
>> fallback to English failed with me. :)
> That is actually interesting ... I have no idea myself.
> Best wishes
> Norbert
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