This give me way more opportunities for testing... but will also make more demanding.
Here is the problem. When I downloaded Petr Skoda's new book module it was zipped in a way that I could download it in the moodle home directory and unzip it there. It had the language files included.
The modules on the modules and add on page are not zipped like that. They need to be saved in the /mod directory and unzipped there. You will then just need to have a recent language pack. I tried downloading the scheduler module (which I know I like a lot for planning parent talks) but it had no language file, I then downloaded the latest english language pack, but it didn't have scheduler.php
Is it a good idea to change the way the ZIP's on the modules and add-on page are made? Here are my ideas:
- Use the home directory as the place to save
- Build the zip in stages:
- First get the latest module code from CVS
- Then get the latest language code from the module from CVS (standard en pack)
- If the language file doesn't exist get it from somewhere else