I've posted the current set of language strings for the PortableApps.com Platform 2.0 release (as well as some 2.1 and 2.2 strings) for our translators to begin translating. Many translations were updates for the 2.0 Beta 5 release but some are out of date. The added strings for this release include:
Section [GENERAL] Entry COLOR_BROWN
Section [FORM_MAIN] Entries APP_MENU_CATEGORY_SECURITY, ICON_MANAGE_APPS, MENU_MANAGE_APPS (and sub-entries)
Section [UPDATER] Entries beginning with COLUMN_
Section [FORM_OPTIONS] all entries
The English.locale contains the strings being translated from. If an entry is missing in your locale, please add it, but be sure to add it in the correct section. Remember, spelling of section names and entry names is critical. And be sure to use an text editor like Notepad++ or similar set to a Unicode setting (UTF-8 or UCS-2-LE for instance) and not ANSI as it can cause issues. To post your updated translations, you can post it to a service like pastebin.com and just link to it.
We're also adding some strings to the PA.c Installer for platform installs. Four strings at the bottom of the file. And please be sure to use the proper LANG_KEY for your language (included in the file) and add start and end quotes.
We'll be bundling these up in 2.0 RC 1 and then 2.0 Final over the coming few days, so the need to get these done quickly is critical.
As always, thanks for all your help in making the PortableApps.com Platform available for EVERYONE!
UPDATE (2011-04-18 12pm NY time) - The PA.cInstaller209Locale2.zip file has been updated with new strings for selecting the suite version at install time, upgrading from outdated platform versions and more. Please grab this new copy and add in the handful of new strings at the end, thanks!
TESTING NOTE: The 1.6.1 release can not read UTF8 or UTF16LE files, only ANSI, so is not a good way to test the basic strings. The 2.0 Beta 5 release can read UTF16LE files but a few things are not handled with the locale file in the interface (Manage Apps and the space free bar, for instance).
IMPORTANT DISCUSSION NOTE: Please discuss any problems with or changes to posted translations in English otherwise we may miss an important update.