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Re: [vox-tech] Generating the Klingon (tlh) locale?
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Re: [vox-tech] Generating the Klingon (tlh) locale?

On Tue, Aug 17, 2004 at 12:36:56AM -0700, Bill Kendrick wrote:
> So, I discovered Melissa has a copy of The Klingon Dictionary, so I
> translated some of the most basic strings in Tux Paint to romanized
> Klingon.  (e.g., everyone's favorite: "Qapla'")
> I discovered that there's even an 'official' locale for Klingon, "tlh"
> (it used to be "i-klingon", but that's been deprecated).
> (FYI, "tlh" is for "tlhIngan HoL", which means "Klingon language")
> Anyway, unfortunately, Debian's Testing branch seems to be sorely lacking
> this locale, so 'gettext()' fails to let Tux Paint 'switch' to it.  (Do'Ha')
> I was wondering if anyone here's familiar enough with locale creation to
> help me generate it, because jIHtaHbogh naDev vISovbe' (I'm lost!)  ;^)
> Thank you  (SoH tlho'),

dpkg -L locales, and you'll see that it's not there.
File a bug report against the locales package. Write the bug report in
your best Klingon.

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