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Re: [seul-edu] Open configurationfor a school and applications (also need for help)

For the multilingual aspect, it is very easy to add to glogo
another language if it is not yet done. 
I already did it some time ago and all the english token are in one file.
Once changed and recompiled, glogo will undertsand your language.

On the other hand, I wonder is it is a good idea to translate the language
itself because you end up being unable to share code, re-use exemples and
so on.

Hope it helps.


En réponse à Doug Loss <dloss@suscom.net>:

> Nicolas Pettiaux wrote:
> > About LOGO, we have a need for help: there is need a free,
> open-source,
> > multilingual LOGO that runs on GNU/Linux. There are some open, but not
> > multilingual. Apparently there is a good, pretty windows version that
> is
> > open-source : MSWLogo (see http://www.softronix.com/logo.html for info
> and
> > sources)
> >
> > It is written Borland C++ 5.02 and exists in English, German ,
> Portuguese,
> > Japanese and French.
> >
> > Does any of you know enough C++ (I don't !) to try and compile this on
> > GNU/Linux with a library like WINE for example. I suppose this is not
> to
> > complicated for the one who knows ! Thanks already for the help.
> You should look at glogo <http://laguna.fmedic.unam.mx/~daniel/glogo/>. 
> It's a
> frontend for ucblogo.  Both these programs are under the GPL license, I
> believe.
> --
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