Yes. Go ahead and create the account in your translation system.
I’ll probably begin by translating the webapp. That will probably have the biggest impact for Icelandic users (and may also be the biggest translation project).
Kind of a long shot, but has anyone looked at incorporating JSXC into a WebApp plugin?
Barring that, What i want to do is replace the “Kopano” collapsible bar on the right side of the screen with another collapsible bar.
Apologies if I don’t know the correct terminology, I’m a SysAdmin not a web designer. :)
Thanks, @jengelh, that’s what I gathered from reading the GetSetting() code itself. In that case, why are there so many non-NULL-checks in LDAPUserPlugin.cpp for configuration variables? I’d gather they make no sense, because all options have defaults (the empty string); that’s where my initial confusion came from.
Hi @mkromer ,
thanks - read that, too, but though differently stated in the rel-notes of ncurses-5.7-4.20090207.el6, we still get:
[hias@wurzler kopano-core]# ncurses5-config --libs
[hias@wurzler kopano-core]# ncursesw5-config --libs
[hias@wurzler kopano-core]# pkg-config ncurses --libs
[hias@wurzler kopano-core]# ncurses5-config --version
A working fix is switching to ncurses-header instead of curses.h in configure.ac:
Hi Felix, thanks for your reply.
I think I figured it out. In case it helps somebody:
It’s necessary to rename config.php.dist to config.php, and debug.php.dist to debug.php, both in the top level of the source directory. Renaming debug.php ensures that webapp is run in “source mode” where the source code is loaded directly from the source directory, with no build steps (and no ant/java packages) necessary.
I made a simple Docker image based on Debian which I can make available if there is any interest.