## Language file for analog 4.13. May not work with any other version. ## ## This is a language file for analog. Lines beginning with ## are comments. ## Each language should have one language file in its own character set, ## and can have additional ones for HTML and ASCII (7 bit) output. ## ## If your language doesn't seem to fit into this pattern, explain the problem ## to me, and I can adjust the source code if necessary. ## ## Bulgarian translation on 2.VI.2000, Luchezar Georgiev ## http://midifiler.tsx.org ## DOS / Linux version ## ## The character set of this language file. Prefix with a * to indicate a ## multibyte character set: e.g. *ISO-2022-JP MIK-16 ## Abbreviations for the day and month names. ## Next some standard common words. ## Abbreviation for "week beginning" . . ## Abbreviation for "hour" ## This has the right spacing for a column like 23/Mar/98 15:00-15:05 - - ## (= operating system, operating systems) WWW ## Now the names of reports ## The time reports, plus "busiest" strings (at the bottom of each report) - : - : - : - : - 15 . : - 5 . : ## The non-time reports. In each case, we have the name of the report, ## followed by the type of item in the report, once in the singular and once ## in the plural. These are used in phrases like "including all ??? with at ## least 200 requests". (The words higher up are used for column headings.) ## Finally we have the gender of this type of object, which can be m, f or n. ## ## So for example, in German a directory is Verzeichnis (neuter gender), which ## was given above. But "including the first directory" is "Ausgabe des ersten ## Verzeichnisses" and "including the first two directories" is "Ausgabe der ## ersten zwei Verzeichnisse". So here, we would have for the directory report: ## ## Verzeichnis-Bericht ## Verzeichnisses ## Verzeichnisse ## n ## ## I hope that makes sense! n n n n n n - n n - n - n n n n n n n n n n n n ## Used at the bottom of the report - 1 ## Used in the time reports ## Used at the bottom of each non-time report: need m, f & n genders * * ## Used at the top of the report ## Used in the General Summary 7- 7 ## Some special phrases for particular reports. Any HTML entities in this ## section have to be escaped with backslash: e.g. [r\épertoires] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [] Windows Macintosh Unix ## Column headings for requests, pages, bytes and number (ie position in list) ## Should be short if possible -- abbreviate if necessary % . %. % ## Now we need to know how to say "listing the first ", "listing ## the first ", and "listing ". The %s and %d ## will be replaced by the appropriate things. There may be three of each of ## these statements, for the genders m, f and n. Any genders that aren't used, ## you can just put a * there instead. So, for example, French starts ## Affichage du premier %s ## Affichage de la première %s ## * ## with entries for m & f, but not n * * %s * * %d %s * * %s ## "by" in the phrase "listing the first 3 files BY number of requests" ## All requests WITH AT LEAST 10 requests ## Different ways of doing floors %% %% ## Now "sorted by": again, in m, f & n (only needed in plural though) * * ## different ways of sorting %% %% %% %% %% %% %% %% ## 3 other ways of sorting in m, f, & n * * * * * * ## There's a colon here, because the French like to put a space before a colon, ## so they have space-colon instead here. : ## Some date formats. E.g. for 9am on 1st January 1997 use ## %d for date " 1" ## %D for 0-padded date "01" ## %m for month "Jan" ## %y for short year "97" ## %Y for long year "1997" ## %h for hour " 9" ## %H for 0-padded hour "09" ## %n for minute "00" ## %i for hour at end of time interval (where this makes sense) ## %I for 0-padded hour ditto ## %o for minute ditto ## %w for weekday "Wed" ## So for a date, English might have %d/%m/%y for 1/Jan/97, whereas German ## would have %d.%m %y for 1.Jan 97). Note: the month number is not available ## because it can produce ambiguous dates. ## ## The different date formats are as follows ## "refer to the 7 days to [date]" %d %m %Y %h.%n ## "Program started at" and "Analysed requests from" %w %d %m %Y %h.%n ## In Daily Report %d %m %y ## In Hourly Report %d %m %y %h.%n-%i.%o ## In Quarter-Hour and Five-Minute Reports %d %m %y %h.%n-%i.%o ## In Weekly Report %d %m %y ## In Monthly Report %m %Y ## The date (d) column in non-time reports %d %m %y ## The date & time (D) column in non-time reports %d %m %y %h.%n ## In non-time reports: "including all files with requests since [date]" %d %m %y %h.%n ## Finally, definitions of the HTTP status codes (see ## ftp://ftp.isi.edu/in-notes/rfc2616.txt). You're welcome to leave these in ## English if you think they look better that way. Any HTML entities in this ## section have to be escaped with backslash: e.g. "201 Cr\é\é" 100 Continue with request 101 Switching protocols 1xx [Miscellaneous informational] 200 OK 201 Created 202 Accepted for future processing 203 Non-authoritative information 204 OK, but nothing to send 205 Reset document 206 Partial content 2xx [Miscellaneous successes] 300 Multiple documents available 301 Document moved permanently 302 Document found elsewhere 303 See other document 304 Not modified since last retrieval 305 Use proxy 306 Switch proxy 307 Document moved temporarily 3xx [Miscellaneous redirections] 400 Bad request 401 Authentication required 402 Payment required 403 Access forbidden 404 Document not found 405 Method not allowed 406 Document not acceptable to client 407 Proxy authentication required 408 Request timeout 409 Request conflicts with state of resource 410 Document gone permanently 411 Length required 412 Precondition failed 413 Request too long 414 Requested filename too long 415 Unsupported media type 416 Requested range not valid 417 Failed 418 Failed 419 Expectation failed 4xx [Miscellaneous client/user errors] 500 Internal server error 501 Request type not supported 502 Error at upstream server 503 Service temporarily unavailable 504 Gateway timeout 505 HTTP version not supported 506 Redirection failed 5xx [Miscellaneous server errors] xxx [Unknown]