[Slackbuilds-users] System-wide addons for Seamonkey and Firefox? (SlackBuilds-users Digest, Vol 76, Issue 3) (SlackBuilds-users Digest, Vol 76, Issue 6)

Martin Matějek matejek.martin at gmail.com
Mon Sep 10 13:26:05 UTC 2012

It is fixed now. Thanks Eric!

Of course I can fix it on my local machine, but since it's Eric's
slackbuild it's good to correct that at source. Problem was that README
contained line "# VERSION=15.0 LANG=nl
./mozilla-firefox-l10n.SlackBuild", which wouldn't work as expected
because SlackBuild use different variable for language. Or maybe it was
correct before (I didn't copy README so I can't tell for sure) and I
overlooked something, in which case I apologize for posting pointless


On 10.9.2012 14:38, Arles Lizcano wrote:
> apologize for my writing, not good. He could fix it? Or you need help?
> 2012/9/10 Arles Lizcano <arkde1283 at gmail.com>
>> Martin fix it? Or you can help?
>> 2012/9/8 Martin Mat?jek <matejek.martin at gmail.com>
>>> On 8.9.2012 01:32, Eric Hameleers wrote:
>>>> I uploaded a language pack SlackBuild for firefox. You can use it to
>>>> build a package for any supported language:
>>>> http://slackware.com/~alien/slackbuilds/mozilla-firefox-l10n/build/
>>>> I run "LANG=nl VERSION=15.0 ./mozilla-firefox-l10n.SlackBuild"  to build
>>>> a firefox language pack. The build directory contains a README.1st which
>>>> explains how to enable the new language after installing the language
>>> pack.
>>>> Should not be hard to change this into a seamonkey script.
>>>> Eric
>>> Hi,
>>> thanks a lot for that! I was wondering how to add another language to
>>> Firefox. I actually thought that mozilla doesn't release language .xpi
>>> files anymore.
>>> I just want to note that LANG variable doesn't work because provided
>>> slackbuild use PKGLANG variable. Otherwise it works fine. Could you
>>> please correct that in README?
>>> Regards
>>> Martin

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