Changeset 26302


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Timestamp:
06/09/10 14:53:57 (7 years ago)
Author:
jval
Message:

Instruct user to run the multilangs.php script by default because that's the normal case and a lot more clear and easier/faster to use too, refs #1626

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    r26298 r26302  
    652652 * can't add new languages in the middle of the array after you've deployed
    653653 * the site if you already have content in the language. Or if you do, you
    654  * need to execute /midcom-exec-midcom/multilang.php which will sync the site
    655  * tree accordingly and fix possible out of sync contents to match the new
    656  * configuration. The script requires admin privileges. Important: It needs
    657  * to be run at all language hosts and in reverse language preference order!
    658  * Also, if you change the language preference order, you naturally need to
    659  * run the script in all languages - in reverse order.)
     654 * need to execute /midcom-exec-midcom/multilangs.php which will sync the
     655 * site tree accordingly and fix possible out of sync contents to match the
     656 * new configuration. The script requires admin privileges. Also, if you
     657 * change the language preference order, you naturally need to run the script
     658 * then too. Important: If you don't have the same lang0 and auto workflow
     659 * configuration in all language hosts you need to run the multilang.php
     660 * script instead and that one needs to be run at all language hosts and in
     661 * reverse language preference order!)
    660662 * The order of languages matters. Content is synced to lang0 from the first
    661663 * matching language from the array. (If you copy exactly the same data as in
     
    714716 * If enabled, define an array of site's languages. (Keep in mind that you
    715717 * can't add new languages after you've deployed the site. Or if you do, you
    716  * need to execute /midcom-exec-midcom/multilang.php which will sync the site
    717  * tree accordingly and fix possible out of sync contents to match the new
    718  * configuration. The script requires admin privileges. Important: It needs
    719  * to be run at all language hosts and in reverse language preference order!
    720  * Also, if you change the language preference order, you naturally need to
    721  * run the script in all languages - in reverse order.)
     718 * need to execute /midcom-exec-midcom/multilangs.php which will sync the
     719 * site tree accordingly and fix possible out of sync contents to match the
     720 * new configuration. The script requires admin privileges. Also, if you
     721 * change the language preference order, you naturally need to run the script
     722 * then too. Important: If you don't have the same auto and lang0 workflow
     723 * configuration in all language hosts you need to run the multilang.php
     724 * script instead and that one needs to be run at all language hosts and in
     725 * reverse language preference order!)
    722726 * The order of languages matters. Untranslated content is being kept in sync
    723727 * with content from the first matching language from the array. Translated
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