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Description of problem:
kde-i18n-Lithuanian rpm is missing. A lot of KDE is translated to Lithuanian,
but RH 8.0 does not include it (while Gnome translations are included). In some
earlier version of Red Hat it was included. Latvian also should be included IMHO.
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Steps to Reproduce:
It is just missing.
The Lithuanian was not in 8.0. The kde-i18n-3.1 does not have it, because it's
not complete. As soon as the next KDE version includes it, i will add it back.
What does it mean "kde-i18n-3.1 does not have it"? There is
ftp://ftp.kde.org/pub/kde/unstable/kde-3.1-rc5/src/kde-i18n. If you mean
kde-i18n/kde-i18n.spec file, where a lot of languages were commented out - it is
no longer in use/updated, and even removed from cvs:
I talked to Lithuanian KDE translators and they said Lithuanian translation is
mostly complete according to KDE requirements. Besides, Red Hat includes some
translations which are less complete than Lithuanian.
*Please* include it in upcoming Red Hat 8.1! Our translators worked hard.
A year passed, still nothing changed. Could you please answer my Comment
It will be added in KDE 3.2 Rc1 for fc1, which will be available on
ftp.kde.org this weekend. Sorry ;-)