Note: BitComet does not provide related .mo file for those languages marked with stars, either because their translations are far from complete, or they are reduplicated with other languages.
If you want to use one of these languages to replace the language you are currently using, please download the corresponding .mo file from https://translations.launchpad.net/bitcomet, and save it to the lang sub-folder of the BitComet installation folder.
As BitComet users are from all over the world, we can not provide every kind of language our users speak. So we provide a platform for our users to help translate BitComet. There are two ways to help translating BitComet: online or offline.
Please visit http://www.bbcomet.com/projects/bitcomet/ to do the translation.
This section is abandoned. Lanuchpad is a third-party website-hosting service, for open source/free software projects. We, therefore, use Launchpad so that users from all over the world, may help translate online BitComet.
The next instructions pertain to translating online using the web interface of the Launchpad site. Please refer to the next section for off-line translation, instead.
This is a brief tutorial for offline translating of BitComet from Launchpad.
If you want to translate BitComet directly on Launchpad online, please refer to the previous section Translate BitComet from Launchpad.
1) Download and install Poedit:
2) Download the BitComet language file for a particular language from Launchpad:
a) Select a language;
d) An e-mail will arrive (in a few minutes or up to one hour) with the address of the PO file that contains the strings used in BitComet's interface.
4) The translation may be verified by copying the bitcomet-xx.mo file in the “lang” subfolder of BitComet, and switching to that language with Tools>Language, from inside the software. After verification, the PO file can be uploaded to Launchpad.
The translation will be loaded inside Launchpad and will be included, automatically, in the next version of BitComet.
(Thanks to Alexandru Bogdan Munteanu for this tutorial.)
Open the .po file with Poedit. Pressing 'Ctrl + s' will automatically generate the saving of the po and mo files.