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Hi! :hello:

Enventually WIHU has got an official documentation, verified by its developer Benjamin!

Stats about the manual:
  • language: German
  • file format: PDF (you'll need at least Acrobat Reader v6)
  • reflects WIHU version: 2.1.2.0
  • manual version: 1.0827.0
  • file size: 990 kB
  • author: Andreas H. aka my2001
  • link: deutsche Bedienungsanleitung
Notes:
  • I know it isn't perfect, but I tried to do my best, remember it was voluntary. *g* It should at least give you a review of the available command line parameters, configuration file directives and in addition some useful information about other things which might be interesting for users of WIHU.
  • If there's anybody who likes to translate it, don't hesitate. Just drop me an email in advance, please.
Excerpt from the contents:
  • 1. Programmbeschreibung
  • 2. Systemanforderungen & Installation
  • 3. Programmablauf
  • 4. Konfiguration
    • 4.1. Befehlszeilenparameter
    • 4.2. Konfigurationsdatei
  • 5. Unterst├╝tzung des Programmentwicklers
  • 6. Verweise und Quellen
  • 7. Rechtliches

Edited by my2001, 28 August 2004 - 02:47 AM.



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come on WIHU 3.0!! change the INI syntax once more :P


Now all I need is someone who speaks english and german and has a good deal of time on their hands.
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come on WIHU 3.0!! change the INI syntax once more

Oh, don't be so pessimistic ... I won't change this again.

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Now all I need is someone who speaks english and german (...)

Honestly, I believe German isn't a difficult language, grammar is more or less easy. :)

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Honestly, I believe German isn't a difficult language, grammar is more or less easy. 

Yes, but that's no solution. We really need one who either translate this, or creates an own manual ... hehe may be I got the time to do this, but my english knowledge isn't enough to write a good manual. Besides wo fixes WIHU bugs then?

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Now all I need is someone who speaks english and german (...)

Honestly, I believe German isn't a difficult language, grammar is more or less easy. :)

oh it's not. I can usually skim through most latin based languages and get the general gist of things, but it's not basis for understanding or translating :blink: Though I probally should learn german, and my girlfriend has been nagging at me to take german next year...... :no:
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Honestly, I believe German isn't a difficult language, grammar is more or less easy. 

Yes, but that's no solution. We really need one who either translate this, or creates an own manual ... hehe may be I got the time to do this, but my english knowledge isn't enough to write a good manual. Besides wo fixes WIHU bugs then?

Benjamin

Yeah, of course, you're right! I didn't want to say that learning German is a solution here. :lol: I was just kidding.

If there's someone who wants to translate my manual, sure, why not?! But I doubt we'll find somebody coz it's a looooong manual. *hehe*

I for my own spent more than enough time on that, now it should be somebody's else turn. I don't matter who but I think Benjamin is pretty well busy with WIHU itself.

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Well, in case you're interested in German just look here (but only partly in English). Btw tenses in English are much more complex then in German. Isn't that nice? :)

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Just a note: presumably only a few days left until publication. :)

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Hhm, just waiting for Benjamin's reply and a short while after the manual should be avaiable for the public. :)

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Okay, German manual for WIHU is ready and released. :) See first posting in this thread.

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I can see why you don't want to translate it to English. 79 pages??? wow


however, if you send me the original document, I can attemp to start translating it (though it could take a bit). alanollv @ gmail.com
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Hi my2001,

Do you have the pdf in a somewhat easier format to change to english? Making a complete new document is a waist of time (which i don't have at the moment :-)

Word doc preferably would do... :thumbup

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