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Description of problem:
It seems that the text based setup tool ("setup") is missing some language files :
pt_BR.mo (Brazilian Portuguese)
because these aren't present in the source of 'setup' :
pt_BR.po (Brazilian Portuguese)
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Checkout "setup" Red Hat Linux release 9.0.93 (Severn)
2. Download src.rpm of setup and look in "po" directory
1. No Dutch in txt based setup tool
2. Dutch (and other) language support missing
1. Dutch support.
2. Should be synced with the contents of the i18n CVS tree.
Reported bug also applies for Fedora Core release 0.94 (Severn).
Changing product to "Fedora Core" and version to "test2".
I dont think Greek is supposed to be there, since redhat never
supported Greek out-of-the-box. There was an old redhat8 and redhat9
bug report where redhat stated that we should get Greek support
by hand. Mandrake on the other hand offers Greek out-of-the-box
even from the installation.
Reported bug still applies for Fedora Core release 1.91 (FC2).
In the package "setuptool-1.13-2.1" the following languages do not
have corresponding language (.mo) files, although they are 100%
translated in the CVS translation tree (all have a .po file) :
bg - Bulgarian
ca - Catalan
cy - Welsh
et - Estonian
fi - Finnish
hr - Croatian
hu - Hungarian
id - Indonesian
mn - Mongolian
ms - Malay
nl - Dutch
pa - Punjabi
pl - Polish
sk - Slovak
sl - Slovenian
ta - Tamil
uk - Ukrainian
vi - Vietnamese
ps... changing Severity from "normal" to "translation".
ALL_LINGUAS in configure.in had falling far out of sync, fixing for 1.14.