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Issue7845

Title Angolan Portuguese Translation
Priority feature Status chatting
Superseder Nosy List NoosAnon, ced
Type feature request Components
Assigned To Keywords Translation
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Created on 2018-11-07.18:04:57 by NoosAnon, last changed by NoosAnon.

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msg44831 (view) Author: [hidden] (NoosAnon) Date: 2018-11-08.15:56:43
Yes, it definitely make sense to share terms with pt_Br under a general pt language, since the languages are the same, with some changes.

Currently the problem with Portuguese is in the way some words are written. Portugal decided, years ago, to change the way some words are written. So they started writing the same way Brazilian Portuguese is written. The problem is that, all African Portuguese speaking countries, none of them apply these changes. Now, we (Angolan people) still write the 'old' Portuguese, while Portugal started writing as Brazilians now write. Yeah, I know, it's a mess lol.

What I propose it's a way to differentiate between Brazilian Portuguese (pt_Br), which is already a tryton feature, and Angolan Portuguese. Just to give you a simple example: the translation for Invoice, in Angolan Portuguese we write it as Factura, while in Brazilian and  Portuguese from Portugal they write it as Fatura, without the c before the t; FACTURA vs FATURA. This is just an example, there are lots of this examples that I'd like to address with the Angolan translation.
msg44827 (view) Author: [hidden] (ced) (Tryton committer) (Tryton translator) Date: 2018-11-08.13:04:50
Does it make sense to share terms with pt_BR under a general pt language?
How different are they with the pt_PT?
msg44798 (view) Author: [hidden] (NoosAnon) Date: 2018-11-07.18:04:57
New language translation: Angolan Portuguese Translation, pt_ao, for tryton.
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2018-11-08 15:56:43NoosAnonsetmessages: + msg44831
2018-11-08 13:04:50cedsetstatus: unread -> chatting
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