Translations for CodeIgniter 4 System Messages
This project contains translations for CodeIgniter 4 localization, eg. system/Language/en.
Copy the folder(s) for the locales you are interested in, from inside the Language folder of this project to your application/Language folder.
You may then use the CodeIgniter Language class to reference the translations directly ... see the User Guide.
Localization in CodeIgniter 4 follows the ISO 639-1 conventions. Each translation set would go inside a folder named following the two-letter language code from here.
Localization variants are provided for, as folders named with the two-letter ISO 639-1 language code in lowercase, followed by the two-letter ISO 3166 country code capitalized, and with the two parts separated by a hyphen. An example would be "en" for English, and "en-US" for the variations appropriate to the United States.
Each language is maintained by a community member, per the table below. The role of maintainers is to provide a single authority for vetting translations for a given language, since the framework team claims no expertise beyond English.
|Locale||Language||As of||Github User||Maintainer|
|es||Spanish||4.0.0||NandyJoshu||Fernán Castro Asensio?|
|no||Norwegian||4.0.0*||LA3QMA||Kai Günter Brandt|
These translations are intended for use with CodeIgniter 4.x applications.
These translations are licensed under the MIT license.
If you have a translation or correction, please fork the repository, clone it locally, and then create a new branch (from develop) for each set of related changes or for a complete language pack. Once your branch is complete, then create a pull request to merge it into the develop branch of this repository.
If you are contributing a variant of a main locale (e.g. "en-CA"), you only need to provide those translations that differ from it.
We would like to see GPG-signed commits for contributions, and we have unit testing to help determine if your translations are complete.
Pull requests to the repository will only be considered if they come from the maintainer for any translations in the request, or if the maintainer adds a comment indicating they approve of any changes. If a maintainer is unresponsive, or we have a contribution for a new language, we can add the contributor as a maintainer for that language.
PR conversations should be conducted in English, thanks.