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Re: Before l10n, better practices for (message) ?

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: Before l10n, better practices for (message) ?
Date: Thu, 25 May 2017 23:50:02 -0400

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  >   For example, providing a way to display a
  > > translation of a given string to a given language.  Is that something
  > > you'd like to work on?

  > Yes, very much. Considering my current understanding of Emacs and of Elisp, 
it's going to take some time. But yes.

Thank you for working on this.  Most GNU packages have translations for
their messages -- Emacs is a sad exception.  We really should set up
a scheme for Emacs to handle translations of is messages.
Dr Richard Stallman
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