Allow declaration of new terms in sublanguage feature
See http://www.chamilo.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=2648 for background.
Suggestion is to add a new line "include mylang;" to the bottom of "main/lang/english/trad4all.inc.php" - this will allow developers to create a file of their own language variables and have these preserved across new releases. It also offers an easy way to override existing ones.
Updated by Rory Fogerty about 7 years ago
Found it on page 39 of http://support.chamilo.org/attachments/1727/Chamilo_Admin-guide-1.27-5.odt - Sorry Julio but the sublanguage feature does not allow me to define NEW items, only redefine existing ones.
This still means that in the test server mode where the option Hide DLTT Markup is ignored I get [= ... =] markers around my template title because this word in not defined in a language file.
To overcome this the sub-language feature should allow the specification of NEW words.
Updated by Yannick Warnier about 7 years ago
- Subject changed from own language files to Allow declaration of new terms in sublanguage feature
- Target version changed from 1.9.4 to 2.0
This is a great suggestion. I've scheduled it for 1.10 (we're trying to close 1.9.4 already).If you find the lack of documentation blocking, could I ask you to report what you think is missing in either the admin or teacher guides plans for 1.9 here ?:
- http://support.chamilo.org/issues/5652 (for teachers)
- http://support.chamilo.org/issues/5653 (for admins)
I should be starting the review of the manual soon, so it would be great to have a better idea of what's missing (we know what is in there, but we could write around 1000 pages of guides and still not be done with it - there are several hundred thousand lines of code, after all).