[wp-polyglots] error page prob
nbachiyski at developer.bg
Mon Nov 27 12:31:13 GMT 2006
Ran Yaniv Hartstein wrote:
> Gettext gets loaded - the message is localized, but the user has to
> count on the browser to both know the right encoding and switch the
Yeah, you are right. I was talking about a completely different case. Sorry.
> On 11/27/06, * Nikolay Bachiyski* <nbachiyski at developer.bg
> <mailto:nbachiyski at developer.bg>> wrote:
> Ran Yaniv Hartstein wrote:
> > However, that function isn't available for e.g. during the
> Unfortunately you cannot use translated strings before the gettext
> library has loaded and the library could not load if wp-config.php is
> missing, so the error aying that wp-config is missing is logically
> However, if you want the error message to appear in your message -
> replace the original file with your own version and place it in the
> dist/ directory in your repository.
> Happy (hacking|translating),
> > The error message you see if you don't have a wp-config.php file
> > use wp_die() as far as I can tell
> > On 11/27/06, *Sewar* <xsewarx at gmail.com
> <mailto:xsewarx at gmail.com> <mailto:xsewarx at gmail.com
> <mailto:xsewarx at gmail.com>>> wrote:
> > wp_die() function added in 2.1 for fix this bug and display error
> > messages in nice page.
> > See: http://trac.wordpress.org/ticket/2902
> > < http://trac.wordpress.org/ticket/2902>
> > On 11/27/06, *Ran Yaniv Hartstein* <ran.hartstein at gmail.com
> <mailto:ran.hartstein at gmail.com>
> > <mailto: ran.hartstein at gmail.com
> <mailto:ran.hartstein at gmail.com>>> wrote:
> > This is a particularly problematic issue with languages
> that use
> > completely different scripts and are written from Right
> to Left,
> > like Hebrew or Arabic.
> > A possible solution is having the wp_die() function available
> > everywhere in wordpress, and using it for all error messages.
> > On 11/27/06, *Ralf Schmitt* < ralf.schmitt at schlund.de
> <mailto:ralf.schmitt at schlund.de>
> > <mailto:ralf.schmitt at schlund.de
> <mailto:ralf.schmitt at schlund.de>>> wrote:
> > Hi list,
> > I've found another issue that comes to surface when
> > wordpress is used in conjunction with utf-8 translations.
> > BUG:
> > When one triggers an error-page (for example not all
> > parameters for a comment). Worpress creates a page
> > which contains the translated error message. This page
> > contains no html tag information (no header, no body
> > just pure text information. So browser don't know for
> > which encoding to use. IE for example fails to render
> > characters.
> > EXAMPLE (german utf-8)
> > Fehler: Bitte füll die notwendigen Felder aus (Name,
> > E-Mail-Adresse).
> > regards
> > Ralf
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