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Translated files - ES_es

Postby SergioRuiz » Mon Sep 26, 2005 5:18 am


I've just finished translating OJS 2.1 language files into Spanish (ES_es). I translated locale.xml and email_templates_data.xml as estated by Kevin in an earlier post.

I don't know who I should write to so it can be incorporated as official translation for OJS 2, so it can reach a wider community. I also have a few technical doubts about the information at the beginning of the files.

It can also be an interesting starting point to translate to other "Spanish" languages (ES_ar, ES_mx, etc.).

I hope my (hard) work can be useful for other people using this wonderful system. Waiting for an answer ... best regards,

Sergio Ruiz - http://www.revistaesalud.com
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Postby JuanBalandrán » Tue Sep 27, 2005 11:18 am

Te agradezco el esfuerzo y, sobre todo, la constancia para terminarlo.
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Spanish translation

Postby asmecher » Sun Oct 02, 2005 5:57 pm


Thanks to Sergio Ruiz, the Spanish (Spain) translation has been added to OJS. It will be included with future releases, and can be added to OJS 2.0.2 as follows:

  • Download the Spanish locale from http://pkp.sfu.ca/ojs/download/locales/ojs2-2.0.2-locale-es_ES.tar.gz
  • Untar the archive into your OJS root directory
  • Add the locale to locales/registry.xml by adding the following line below the English locale:
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    <locale key="es_ES" name="Español (España)"/>
  • Log into the system as Site Administrator and go to the languages tab
  • Install the language following the directions there.

You may need to enable the es_ES locale for each journal; do this by going to "Hosted Journals" from the Site Administrator's User Home and pressing the Edit link for each journal and following the directions there.

Alec Smecher
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