1. Vedran Miletić
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Issue #22 on hold

Missing Portuguese terms

Anonymous created an issue


I'm using the Portuguese language and there are some missing Portuguese terms. For instance: Definition, Example and Theorem are not translated but Proof is (to "Demonstração.").

Thanks in advance.

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  1. Vedran Miletić repo owner


    thanks for your report. I assume you loaded babel. Unfortunately, babel only provides name for proof. For everything else, you have to use translator. Beamer will use translator automatically in the future, but for that to really make a difference, more languages have to be supported.

    If you are willing to provide Portuguese translation, please look at: http://bitbucket.org/rivanvx/translator/src/tip/dicts/

    There are really just a couple dozens of terms, and most have singular and plural. It took me less than a day to translate it all to Croatian.

  2. Anonymous

    Thanks for the swift reply Vedran.

    I'll work on the Portuguese translation as soon as possible and mail them to you.

    Thanks again!

  3. Anonymous

    Hi Vedran.

    I'm busy studying for exams.

    Already done:

    • translator-environment-dictionary-Portuguese.dict
    • translator-months-dictionary-Portuguese.dict

    I have two question:

    1. in translator-numbers-dictionary-Croatian.dict , the ordinal numbers (prvi and drugi) have an implicit gender?
    2. can I continue to translate after twelve?
  4. Vedran Miletić repo owner

    Sorry, I don't get notifications for unregistered accounts. Let me try to answer:

    1. They have male gender (female would be prva and druga, and middle gender would be prvo and drugo).
    2. That's not necessary for now, but since you mentioned it: I have been thinking about some strings that should be added to translator. Since I am also busy now, that's not high priority thing.

    By the way, wanting to do quality translation is fine, but if you have to choose between doing it passable and not doing it at all, I would choose the first one. You (or someone else) can always improve later.

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