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Did the Spanish/Italian/German translations ever get anywhere or should I remove the names?

Sorry, not enough free time to work on italian translation.

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HI,

you may put a link in here to the foreign forums.

German --> www.autoit.de

So long,

Mega


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I don't know if it's really needed, but I could do an Esperanto translation.


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I have already AutoIt3_2_7_1_ru.chm. But soon v3.2.9.x will be ready, too.


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I could do Spanish :)

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Did the Spanish/Italian/German translations ever get anywhere or should I remove the names?

After a long time unplugged, we(now a team) restarted the Spanish translation to give you the helpfile updated soon.

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After a long time unplugged, we(now a team) restarted the Spanish translation to give you the helpfile updated soon.

I've searched for an AutoIt message board in Spanish all over the interet, and never came across this one... I had found another one, but it was really bad...

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Hi!

We are just about to revive the German project.

When trying to compile the txt files to html, I lack the following include:

#include "..\..\..\_build\include\OutputLib.au3"
which seems to include important base functions for parsing. Would be nice if someone could mail it to me.

For the project we have set up a PHP system which enables online translation with a review system. If any other translation team was interested in using it as well (poor PHP code of mine :P ), just message me. It can be found here:

http://johannes.autoit.de/translation/status.php

Thanks in advance,

peethebee


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Hi,

I'm using now TWiki for internal purposes (with Ubintu platform) and apart from others discover this one:

https://wiki.lepp.cornell.edu/lepp/bin/view/Computing/AutoIT

from Cornell University...

It would be great to have a native AutoIt's TWiki to collaborate any AutoItIds from other countries, I think.

Maybe here to works with unified translation of it's Help as webs.

Current dream is to have a common ATwiki.au3 script (or UDF) for general purpose.

Sincerely,

Valery


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Thanks Jon, looks good!

Let's see what we can accomplish with this :P

Have a nice day,

peethebee


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If it can be interesting, so some Mr. Jim Gettman wrote:

TWiki vs MediaWiki

MediaWiki.org Native Advantages -

* Easier to install on Windows (but see twiki.net)

* Easier to administer (but see twiki.net)

* Runs on MySQL?

* Doesn't use Perl

* Faster page loads

* Faster searches on Wiki content

* Default support for section editing and discussion pages

* Good press from Wikipedia

TWiki.org Native Advantages -

* Way way better attachment handling

* Way more flexible and powerful

* Way better page watching and notification

* Way better page history and diffs

* Slightly easier Wiki syntax

* Doesn't need a database

* Better support for organizations with multiple groups (i.e. it has structure)

* Better interface for navigating within sets of information (structure matters)

* More openness in its support and development community

In any case there isn't simple way for quick conversion AutoIt3.chm into *Wiki content. It's pity.


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As you can see:

Pricing Twiki

Automated Installation & Automated Software Updates create TWiki's price:

Starting at $995/10 users

This is a cost of scripts with UDF ATWiki.au3, when ATWiki.au3 will make import/export operation, I think.


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btw. There is simple and full TWiki installation for MS Windows (23Mb, only)

here

You can use it as localhost TWiki 4.2 (1 Nov 2007)


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Is there a current uncompiled help file?


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Since we are just working on the latest German transation and v3.2.10.0 seems to be a quite "stable stable" it would be great if you could upload up to date uncompiled files indeed. Right now there is only 3.2.8.0 in the archive.

Thanks in advance,

peethebee


vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvGerman Forums: http://www.autoit.deGerman Help File: http://autoit.de/hilfe vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv

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