[TxMt] Japanese Translation of TM Manual with Caution
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Wed May 16 19:59:50 UTC 2007
TM converts 010_preface.mdown to HTML without hanging at all. I don't
write much Japanese in TM (only really within latex files written in
English), but I've never had a problem like that. I also tried adding
much more Japanese text into the markdown file, and it still worked
well. Perhaps you're having a problem with fonts. I'm using a font
similarly modified to this one (http://d.hatena.ne.jp/hetima/
20061102/1162435711), along with the plugin hack.
On 16 May 2007, at 12:16 pm, Takaaki Kato wrote:
> Hi TextMaters,
> I recently started to translate TextMate manual into Japanese.
> Subversion repository is located at http://macromates.com/svn/
> Bundles/trunk/Manual/pages .
> `en` directory is a Markdown version of Allan's original manual,
> which I use as a source of translation and as a template. We can,
> therefore, expect the same look of the translation, sharing the
> same graphics and layout if Allan can tweak his script a bit.
> `ja` is used for the translation. Except for a `_read_me.mdown`
> file, the directory will have the same file names. My plan is to
> translate the all contents quickly but roughly, and polish the
> translation later on. At the moment, there's no way to *compile* a
> book from the files. (Note: I haven't even translated 5% of the
> Manual yet.)
> TextMate doesn't support CJK at this moment. Users including those
> who use [Fake CJK Support](http://macromates.com/blog/archives/
> 2006/11/09/faking-cjk-support/) are encouraged *not* to open files
> other than `_read_me` file in the directory with TextMate. TextMate
> or the entire system may hang. You may be able to open, but
> converting the Markdown to HTML may also be a cause of this hang.
> From my personal experience, handling lots of CJK text prones to
> this issue.
> Since I can't find anyone else who is using TextMate with a large
> set of Japanese text, the problem may be personal. But for now, my
> suggestion is that you not use TextMate to open the files. I get a
> few emails saying I'm putting virus, but .mdown files are just
> plain text files.
> Takaaki Kato
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