wmclock-lang.croatian - croatian translation for wmclock, Window Maker applet
Wmclock is an applet which displays the date and time in a dockable tile in the same style as the clock from the NEXTSTEP(tm) operating system. wmclock is specially designed for the Window Maker window manager, by Alfredo Kojima, and features multiple language support, twenty-four-hour and twelve-hour time display. Visit wmclock homepage for details. wmclock is derived from ASClock (now called ASClock classic), a similar clock for the AfterStep window manager.
Months and weekdays are translated to many languages but not to croatian. Wmclock-lang.croatian is basically archive with directory that contains images with names of months and weekdays translated to croatian language.
First of all, get the wmclock-lang.croatian package from DOWNLOAD section and uncompress it. By uncompressing you will get directory named wmclock-lang.croatian. If you already don't have wmclock package, download it from it's official homepage and uncompress it. Copy the directory wmclock-lang.croatian into the wmclock's source directory and rename it to lang.croatian. After that, run configure script like this:
./configure --lang croatian
After that, issue command make ; make install install.man to compile and install wmclock. To see how all this look like, go to the SCREENSHOTS section.
If you have never installed wmclock from source, read the documentation that comes with wmclock package.
Current version of wmclock-lang.croatian does not contain known bugs.
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