USB Loader GX Language Question

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Jun 25, 2009
  1. PhyniX
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    Hello to all
    Sorry for my bad english hope you understand what I want to know [​IMG]

    You have in your USB Loader version since the GX 553 the amended Language file (gettext)

    The question is:
    When I compile the loader then yes, he is English so he must indeed the languages have
    where exactly are now or where the loader gets the files since they do not find the source?

    I have him always in German translates as because I am in no SD card slot would like to have

    Thank you
    PhyniX
     
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    Please do not use google translate next time, just try to write it yourself. It may not be perfect but it'll be MUCH better then this non-understandable junk.
     
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    you can post it in german and someone might translate it if you ask it
    I'm from belgium, so maybe I can understand your German a bit (not an expert though)

    Anyways, you want it to be German, but without SD card inserted?
     
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    Hallo
    ja genau ich möchte keine SD Karte benutzen benutze auch keine Cover und die richtige config kompilere ich mir gleich mit.

    ich möchte eigentlich nur wissen wo im Source Code die Sprach datei liegt die der Loader beim kompilieren verwendert
    früher lag sie im Verzeichnis Language/language.c

    Danke

    PhyniX

    Habe es in leichten Deustch geschrieben damit das auch mit der übersetzung besser klappt
    Antworten können ruhig englich sein verstehen tue ich english recht gut
     
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    This is where my knowledge of german comes in handy, he wants to compile a version of usbloader gx so that it is german without using language files. But he doesn't know where the built in english language strings are. So does anyone know where the default language strings are?
     
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    Genau das meinte ich
    danke fürs Überstetzen

    Exactly this meant I
    thanks for translation
     
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    niemand eine idee ?
     
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    oh yes
    good idea
    i am testing it
     
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    The language file strings are in the code and not nearly as easy to edit as in the language files but it can be done.
     
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    Why not just use a german language file and store it on a FAT partition on the HDD?
     
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    Oh yeah, I forgot about that function.... That would probably work pretty nicely.
     

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