Description of problem:
In my case, LANGUAGE=fr_CA.UTF8:fr, and grsync contains support for fr_FR.
grsync displays in English.
However if use
the French language is displayed as expected.
Invoke grsync without specifying language, when user's langage is supported by grsync, but grsync specifies a different country code.
What should happen :
If the user's language is supported but not the associated country specified in grsync, as long as the user specifies the language alone, display the user's language.
A workaround when invoking from console :
Use "LANGUAGE=* grsync" to invoke grsync,
where * is the language with the country of grsync
The desktop used is Maté.
Assigning to our registered grsync maintainer.
Pushed grsync-1.2.6-1.1.mga6 to core/updates_testing. Please test.
Works nicely now :)
Reopened as we need the official procedure for updated packages in stable releases.
Language test OK here on 64 bit;
launching "grsync" => my local language, Swedish
"LANGUAGE=en grsync" => English
"LANGUAGE=sv grsync" => Swedish
"LANGUAGE=qq grsync" => English (stupidity test)
I have not tried to perform syncing, assume andré did that.
Thanks Morgan. Validating.
"This update fixes an issue with localisation."
An update for this issue has been pushed to the Mageia Updates repository.