[Mediawiki-l] putting my site online
Platonides at gmail.com
Sun May 6 10:42:12 UTC 2007
Klaus Becker schrieb:
> Am Samstag, 5. Mai 2007 22:19 schrieb Platonides:
>> /~katalogd/skins/common/images/kd.gif was not found on this server.
>> I see you have images linked with [[Bild: prefix which is on German
>> language, but the wiki is configured in French, so it will only work
>> when linking wit the [[Image: one. You can set $namespaceNames[NS_IMAGE]
>> = 'Bild'; to have them recognised.
> In which file can I set that ? Can I set multiple strings like "Bild", "Image"
> etc ?
> If this is not possible, what can I do to get the whole site work in french ?
> Is there a way to replace all "[[Bild:" by "[[Image:" ?
> That would be great for the moment, but later on, I would like the site to
> work in german and french, perhaps even in other languages.
[[Image: shows images on every language, as it is the original english
namespace name. Plus, the translation set at $namespaceNames[NS_IMAGE]
also shows them, as well as being the official image namespace name.
As the French translation sets (languages/messages/MessagesFr.php)
$namespaceNames[NS_IMAGE] = 'Image', that was the only name you could
use in your wiki.
You can have the site on multiple languages. Just use the proper name
for including images.
>> Have the data been rightly imported? Double utf8 title
>> 7id%C3%83%C2%A9es suggests it wasn't.
> Double title ? I corrected the page and now it works:
Not really, follow the link i gave you
The title has letters (É é) utf8 encoded (Ã‰ Ã©) and those chars encoded
utf8 another time (Ãƒâ€° ÃƒÂ©).
Due to the way MediaWiki stores the utf8 in binary latin1 schemas, it's
not strange to have mysqldump corrupting the text by doing encodings "by
You probably need to apply a utf8 decoding to the page titles to have
them right before you start creating pages with only a utf8 layer.
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