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Re: AmiUpdate 2.50
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@smarkusgQuote:
smarkusg wrote:I hope that I will not jam this thread with this entry.
I noticed that there was never a Polish localization of AmiUpdate.
I have prepared for the latest version - only I have a request to contact a person from my country or knowing my language who could verify its correctness.


If you need help with the Polish translation, I would help you, we could compare it with the German local part and check everything with the help of a translator.

Otherwise there is a Russian translation we could use, it is not your language but has similarities.

http://os4depot.net/?function=showfil ... rkbench/amiupdate_rus.lha

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@Rigo
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My aging memory tells me there /was/ a Polish translation, although how recent it is, I've no idea.

I couldn't find a translation anywhere.

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Otherwise there is a Russian translation we could use, it is not your language but has similarities.

oj hurt ..very ..... very. such a statement.
You can not speak about religion, history and politics on the forum.
I can only write you , that it is absolutely not true and I encourage you to read.
No offense of course because maybe you were never interested in it.
Anyway, thank you for your willingness to help

I have already prepared the entire translation from scratch. even made the installer

https://github.com/smarkusg/amiupdate_pl/releases

but there are a lot of words that may not correspond or differ and errors.
Therefore, it was my request for people who know my language to verify it before uploading to os4depot.

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@smarkusg

There are difference of course but scholars traditionally divide Slavic languages ​​into three main groups based on geographical and genealogical principles, of which some are further divided into subgroups:

Eastern group:
Belarusian
Russian
Ukrainian

Western group:
Czech
Slovak
Polish

Eastern subgroup:
Bulgarian
Macedonian

Serbo-Croatian, also divided for geopolitical reasons into:

Serbian
Croatian
Bosnian
Montenegrin
Slovenian

Russian, a bit like English nowadays, is an international idioma understood in many countries

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@samo79
I was once forced to learn Russian at school and it has nothing to do with the Polish language, starting with the spelling and ending with a completely different definition of words.
This is neither the time nor the place for a polemic on this topic, so I think I can end it this way.

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So what, me too i was forced to learn english at school ... and i learn it bad but at least is useful πŸ˜„

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@Maijestro

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there is a Russian translation we could use, it is not your language but has similarities.

A Russian translation will not be very useful for a Polish user. First of all, the system of writing is very different: Polish uses the Latin alphabet whereas Russian employs the Cyrillic script. You can't easily read the Cyrillic unless you've learned it at school.

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Russian, a bit like English nowadays, is an international idioma understood in many countries.

That sounds more like wishful thinking than an actual linguistic fact. The understanding of Russian across European countries largely relates to the former Eastern Bloc, and is a generational thing. People born in the 1980s and later had little chance to meet the language, let alone acquire productive skills in it.

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@samo79

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samo79 wrote:So what, me too i was forced to learn english at school ... and i learn it bad but at least is useful πŸ˜„


I also tried to learn English at school, but it didn't help much, I can't even really read and write my own native language perfectly

But it doesn't matter what nationality everyone is, today there are translators who work well to be able to communicate, even if sometimes a lot of nonsense comes out of it.

@smarkusg

It was wrong to compare your language with Russian and I don't know your language or the Russian language. I just thought it might be useful.

@Trixie

Thanks, I just didn't know any better.

We should get back to the actual topic...

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@trixie

Maybe, however numerically speaking today it still the second most spoken European language in the world (after Spanish) and the eighth most spoken language in the world in absolute numbers

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@samo79

Not according to this site (No idea how accurate, didn't search around)

https://www.babbel.com/en/magazine/the ... en-languages-in-the-world

1. English 1.452 billion total speakers
4. Spanish 559 million total speakers
6. French 274 million total speakers
8. Russian 258 million total speakers
9. Portuguese 258 million total speakers

So fourth in terms of European Languages.

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I've been checking everyday and still AmiUpdate doesn'y find any updates and my version is 2.49

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I successfully updated to AmiUpdate 2.54 by using the link.

Link to latest AmiUpdate -
http://codebench.co.uk/amiupdate_website/files/AmiUpdate.lha

and used the installer inside that lha file.

Thanks,
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thanks that worked heck I finally got the DOpus v4.18.44 update from this new AmiUpdate

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@328gts

You're welcome. I'm happy I found the installer icon hiding below the other icons. I installed some of the earlier updates manually by moving all the required files to their proper destinations (fingers crossed hoping I didn't miss anything).

Cheers,
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I've spotted a server side issue.

Regardless of the "Update Existing" option set on the web interface when uploading a package, it treats it as if "Update Existing" is always ticked, meaning a package must already be installed in order for an update to show up.

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@MickJT

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Regardless of the "Update Existing" option set on the web interface when uploading a package, it treats it as if "Update Existing" is always ticked, meaning a package must already be installed in order for an update to show up.
With which version of AmiUpdate?

It might not be a server side issue. (But Rigo will know).

Best regards,

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Version 2.54, but it definitely seems server side. Every package has the existingonly="1" flag.

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@MickJT

Hmm, how can you see that? I have set the log to verbose, and nothing like that shows in my log.

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Niels

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@MickJT

I'd say "Thanks for the report", but you didn't. Anyway, seems a later version of PHP changed certain aspects which lead to this. Hopefully it should work as expected now.

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@Rigo

By that I guess you mean I should have been using the bugtracker to make a report.

@nbache

Good old tcpdump

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Good old tcpdump
Ah ... okay, if I really really need to go to that extreme one day, I will.

But I'd rather not

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