voidtools

makevoidtools

makevoidtools is a program to compile your own voidtools.com website.

All text can be customized for localization.


makevoidtools Guide

  • Extact makevoidtools.zip to a new folder, eg: c:\makevoidtools

  • Copy the en-us.txt file and name it with the language code for your language and region.

  • This is the main translation template file for the website.

  • For example: en-us.txt

  • Copy the en-us subfolder and name it with the language code for your language and region.

  • This is the main translation folder for the website.

  • For example: en-us

  • open your main translation file, eg: en-us.txt

  • Read the notes inside this translation file for help.

  • translate all strings.

  • translate all pages in the main translation folder, eg: en-us\*.txt

  • I recommend leaving the filenames in English (Optional).


Requirements

Only the files directly in your main translation folder (eg: en-us) need to be translated.

Translating the support wiki is not required. -not all pages need translating as some are quite technical.

translating the following support wiki pages are encouraged:

  • 01-Installing Everything.txt

  • 02-Using Everything.txt

  • Searching.txt


Offline help

The Everything.chm offline help will use the same support wiki templates.


Testing

Run makevoidtools.exe

makevoidtools will compile *.txt in the same location as makevoidtools.exe

These txt files will be translation templates for each language and region.


makevoidtools.exe <output folder> <url root>

Example:

makevoidtools.exe c:\makevoidtools\voidtools file://c:/makevoidtools/voidtools

Open c:\makevoidtools\voidtools\index.html


Wiki Pages

Make sure you open and save wiki pages as UTF-8

Wiki pages in the support folder use basic wiki markup language.

Prefixing a wiki page template with a number are shown above all other wiki pages in sequence. For example, 01-Installing Everything.txt is the first wiki page listed and 02-Using Everything.txt is the second wiki page listed and so on.

wiki page templates starting with a underscore (_) are hidden. For example: http://www.voidtools.com/support/everything/db.


Wiki syntax

The voidtools wiki syntax is very similar to Wikipedia's markup with some limitations:


Text

A paragraph of text.

A paragraph of text.


Headers

=Main Header=

Main Header


==Sub Header==

Sub Header


Italic

''Italic''

Italic


Bold

'''Bold'''

bold


Italic and Bold

'''''Italic and Bold'''''

Italic and Bold


Relative URLs are relative to http://www.voidtools.com/en-us

where en-us is your language-region code.

The |text part in [ [url|text]] can be omitted, in which case the url is used as the text and URLs paths are striped when no protocol is present.


[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/]]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/


[[faq#what_is_everything|What is Everything?]]

What is Everything?


Images

[[File:support/everything/Everything.Search.Window.png|alt=Everything Search Window]]

Everything Search Window


Preformatted text

<pre>
int i;
for(i=0;i<10;i++)
{
	printf("hello %d\n",i);
}
</pre>

int i;
for(i=0;i<10;i++)
{
printf("hello %d\n",i);
}

Unordered lists

<ul>
*item1
*item2
<ul>
*subitem1
*subitem2
*subitem3
</ul>
*item3
</ul>

  • item1

  • item2

    • subitem1

    • subitem2

    • subitem3

  • item3


Tables

{|
! header1
! header2
! header3
|-
| row1, data1
| row1, data2
| row1, data3
|-
| row2, abc1
| row2, abc2
| row2, abc3
|}

header1header2header3
row1, data1row1, data2row1, data3
row2, abc1row2, abc2row2, abc3

Discription lists

<dl>
;''item1''
text1
;''item2''
text2
;''item3''
text3
</dl>

item1

text1

item2

text2

item3

text3


Macros

{{DOWNLOAD_EVERYTHING}}

Download Everything 1.4.1.895

Download Installer Download Installer 64-bit
Download Portable Zip Download Portable Zip 64-bit

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Help

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