Hi Hoda !
Thank you for you help.
On Fri, 3 Aug 2018 11:43:21 -0400
Hoda Aligoodarz <address@hidden> wrote:
> Dear Luis Falcon
> As i said there is no part for persian in *Administration →
> Localization → Languages* section. So i can't active anything and
> there will be no persian in the preferences.
> I have added it by hand and i don't know if i did a right thing . but
> it has no use.
You are doing the right thing :)
That is what you have to do, as explained in Step 1 of the Localization
"Step 1: Declare your language in Tryton and make it translatable.
This can be done in the Administration → Localization → Languages
> I ran the commands you said in verbose mode but their was no fa.po
> for each module .
> maybe the problem is from my downloading part. Cou you kindly explain
> the downloading part ?
$ ./gnuhealth-control getlang fa
I have followed all the instructions as you said, but still there is no success.
downloads and installs the language "fa" (Farsi) for you. If you
declared it with that name, and activated the language, then it should
be detected and uploaded automatically in the update process
Yes until here I have done everything as you said.
You can check that you have the language packs installed by doing the
$ cd health/locale
$ ls -l fa.po
There is no fa.po directory in this location. There is only a health-fa.po file. I think this must be the problem.
Could you kindly help me to solve it.
check the contents of that file. It should have the strings for the
core package health.
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