dnf langpacks plugin, at least for the libreoffice case. Being
used to updating from the CLI from before Gnome Software, that's what
I still use, but nothing fancier than dnf update, so I would expect
that with the plugin installed langpacks would be installed too from
Gnome Software or any other tool. I think your current locale is
included as default, and you can add others via, for example:
dnf langinstall fr
I don't know how that works at rpm level, though. All that I've found
in a five minute search is , which is a naming convention.
2016-01-14 19:21 GMT+01:00 jean-baptiste <jean-baptiste(a)holcroft.fr>:
> Hi there,
> I was farming some badges about package testing, and took the opportunity to
> have a focus on translations.
> In this package for exemple, there are many dependencies needed and the
> simple test of producing latex docs failed, because of missing french
> packages for it.
> The problem is the same for libreoffice, if not installing explicitly french
> packages would result in an english version of the software. I've search but
> could'nt find anything else than
> my to : https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/DnfLangpacksPlugin
> What I understand is that there is some work at low-level libraries, but it
> doesn't exit at end-user packages level ?
> Do someone know anything more about it ?Where/who handle that kind of
> subjects ?It would be great to have this feature also integrated in gnome
> software, like the work-in-progress about plugins.
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