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Where have all the mo files gone? 9 years 5 days ago #1

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The language changes are working, even though I cannot find the .mo files
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Re: Where have all the mo files gone? 9 years 5 days ago #2

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OK, they are right where I expect them to be, but my SVN client is showing the directory as empty.

Also, none of them have changed since 14 Feb (my anniversary!)
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Re: Where have all the mo files gone? 9 years 5 days ago #3

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SVN contains no language (MO) files. To install or update them, you must download the MO files from the Add-ons section and update these yourself. They are regularly updated (about avery 24 to 48 hours) on our webtrees.net site.
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Re: Where have all the mo files gone? 9 years 5 days ago #4

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I am puzzled. They are in my working copy, but they are not displayed. Normally, files that are added by other than SVN are displayed as "unversioned." But I never added these--I got them by SVN updates, and occasionally had to delete new ones after an update.
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Re: Where have all the mo files gone? 9 years 5 days ago #5

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Sorry to repeat, but SVN does not contain the language files. They probably don't show since the end in .mo and not a usual file ending that is recognized by the client.
SmartSVN from my system.


To add language files to an SVN installation, you must download them from the Addons, or use a previous stable version and copy them over to the SVN installation.
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Re: Where have all the mo files gone? 9 years 5 days ago #6

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use a previous stable version and copy them over to the SVN installation.

Maybe that's how they got there. They were definitely there at one time. Well, actually, they are still there, but it must be that the recent update of SmartSVN is what makes them no longer displayed.
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Re: Where have all the mo files gone? 9 years 5 days ago #7

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Added a set properties the auto-ignored .mo, .po, and .pot
You can modify that, if you wish:
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