TDF Wiki/Multilingual/ja

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This page is a translated version of the page TDF Wiki/Multilingual and the translation is 35% complete.

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This page concerns the Multilingual Wiki content present on the TDF Wiki.


Do not use the OrigLang type of translation for newly created pages. We are currently transitioning to the MediaWiki Translate extension.







英語ページと、これを他言語に翻訳したページのことです。翻訳されたページは、言語コードを使ったサブページとします。翻訳はTranslate 拡張機能を通じて行います。

Follow these steps to make a page translatable:

  1. Put content that needs to be translated inside <translate></translate> blocks
  2. Use the {{#translation:}} template to add language suffixes to elements such as menus, categories or even links to local pages
  3. Add the language menu block <languages/>
  4. After saving the page, click the link at the top that says Mark this page for translation
  5. Check that everything is fine and click the button at the bottom that says Mark this version for translation

After the page is marked for translation, the Translate extension will automatically add markers in the form of <!--T:1--> to denote translatable strings. To become automatically separated into a string, a block of text has to be surrounded by blank lines. To force the separation of strings, you can add more <translate></translate> blocks. Pay attention to bulleted or numbered lists especially.

When you add or change content in the source page, this will appear at the top of the page: This page has changes since it was last marked for translation. Click the link "marked for translation" to bring the translation system up to date following the same process as in the initial marking for translation.

In an ideal situation, translators should see a minimal amount of wiki markup. Having markup for a table or a template in the translatable string is frustrating and confusing for the translator. Try to leave such markup outside the <translate></translate> blocks.

The page title is made translatable by default, but you can control this with the checkbox "Allow translation of page title" when marking a page for translation. The page title is the first translatable string in the list of strings. In the translation system and interface, the string has a name like "Translations:Faq/General/127/Page display title/ru" while the other string names have numeric identifiers like the "4" in "Translations:Faq/General/127/4/ru".

Sometimes there is a need to give a page a display title that is different from the name in the page path. Note that this is not recommended and should be avoided. In these cases, use the Rename template like so: {{Rename|My new name}}. The template will make sure there are no errors in the translated pages regarding the title.

Sometimes you need to access the English wiki source without the <!--T:1--> markers. This can be done by adding /en at the end of the page path and then editing the source. This will allow you to copy a page structure into a new page (such as Release notes).

When you use the {{#translation:}} template to add language suffixes to local links, be sure to use absolute paths and not relative ones that begin with /. If you use it in relative paths, you will end up with two language codes and a broken link.

Below is an example of a page prepared for translation. Notice the separation of the bulleted list and contents in a table.


 == Hello World ==

 * We must take the world as we find it
 * When we are gone, let the world be flooded
 * The world is as fools wish it to be
 * It's a small world!
 * Crows are black the world over
 * He slipped once and all the world knew about it
 * The world is like a market, the one does business and the other does none
 * Huge though the world is, I always miss when I hit at it

 {| class="wikitable"
 | <translate>Cell content</translate>
 | {{sometemplate|<translate>Text content for a template</translate>}}

 [[Development/Create_a_Hello_World_LibreOffice_extension{{#translation:}}|<translate>Tutorial on creating a Hello World extension</translate>]]



以前は、TDF wiki はOrigLang と Lang と呼ばれるテンプレートを使って翻訳する方法をとっていました。これらのテンプレートは、元のページと翻訳ページをリンクするメニューを表示します。Lang テンプレートを使って翻訳されたページの一覧は「Template:Lang」へリンクしているページで見られます。

Translate 拡張機能には既に翻訳されている内容を新システムに移行するのを助ける移行ツールがあります。原文と翻訳の(空行で区切られた)ブロックがきちんと一致していれば、移行はとても簡単です。一致していない場合は、入力ボックス間で、文字列をカットアンドペーストして揃える必要があります。

The migration goes as follows:

  1. After marking a page for translation, wait for some minutes, so the server will have processed the page
  2. Navigate to Special:PageMigration
  3. In the input box, input the language path of the page you want to migrate, like: Mypath/Mypage/de for some imaginary German translation
  4. Click the Import button
  5. Clean up the contents in the input boxes containing the old translations (for example, remove any useless menu templates)
  6. In the column with the translations, you can't leave empty or extra input boxes at the end, so delete them by clicking the trashcan icon next to them
  7. After you cleaned up and put everything in order, click the Save button

Remember that you can always view the old version of a translated page using its View history link and clicking on an old revision.

If you want to view the source of an old revision, copy its link from the history and visit the link after adding this to the end: &action=edit

Sometimes it does not make sense to use the migration tool. Leaving wiki markup outside the translate elements often confuses the tool. In these cases, the suggestions presented by the translation memory can be more useful.