Please enable Serbian translation in redhat-artwork.
The locale(s) for Serbian are
sr_CS.UTF-8 (default, cyrillic script, available in CVS)
sr_CS.UTF-8@Latn (po files not yet available in CVS, still awaiting to be added
More info on these locales can be found here if needed:
The keyboard for sr_CS is "srp" in XKB. The latin locale sr_CS@Latn uses
The timezone for Serbia and Montenegro is GMT+0100.
These bugs are being closed since a large number of updates have been released
after the FC5 test1 and test2 releases. Kindly update your system by running yum
update as root user or try out the third and final test version of FC5 being
released in a short while and verify if the bugs are still present on the system
.Reopen or file new bug reports as appropriate after confirming the presence of
this issue. Thanks
The Serbian translations (sr and sr@Latn) are still not being shipped with
redhat-artwork-0.238-1.1 in FC5test3. Please ship these translations for FC5 final.
I'm not really sure what has to be done here. It will have to go out as an
update as we are pretty much frozen. Can you provide a patch which would enable
Basically all you need to do is to include sr.po and sr@Latn.po files in your
package. Once someone chooses Serbian as the localization, proper string will be
chosen from these files.
To be more specific. You would need to convert po file to mo files (my guess is
that this is automatic process, or use po2mo script), then add these files under
for sr.po and sr@Latn.po respectively. Both files are in CVS. You will notice
that neither sr nor sr@Latn direcotries exist, so you will need to create them.
Do you want them attached to this bug?
Errr, Igore, unlike other translations, redhat-artwork strings do not end up in
mo files, they are present in
John, the redhat-artwork package maintainer should know where to add sr and
sr@Latn to the list of locales that are automatically included at build time.
I guess I should have ckecked this before I wrote it.
Upon closer inspection it looks like sr.po and sr@Latn.po are not at all
included in the redhat-artwork source tarball! So you just need to pull them in
from CVS I guess... (Thought this happened automatically?!?!)
If they are in CVS they should be in the latest packages.
John, although they _should_, they're not. They have been in CVS for months, and
have been missing from redhat-artwork for months, vene in the latest fc5test3
and rawhide packages.
problem was they were not in all_LINGUAS in the configure.in script so they
never got added to the releases. New packages are being rolled.
I can confirm the translations now appear in the latest Rawhide package, thanks
John. I guess the other open bugs for the packages missing our translations have
the same problem and solution...