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maksim.vazhenin
Hi All,
I'd like to clarify LCIDs of the supported languages of WixUIExtension.

Table of LCIDs from MSDN (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/0h88fahh(v=vs.85).aspx):
Locale description

Short string

Hexadecimal value

Decimal value

...

...

...

...

Chinese - China

zh-cn

0x0804

2052

...

...

...

...

Korean

ko

0x0412

1042

...

...

...

...

Portuguese - Brazil

pt-br

0x0416

1046

...

...

...

...

Spanish - Spain (Modern)

es-es

0x0C0A

3082

Spanish - Spain (Traditional)

0x040A

1034


What are the LCIDs of the supported languages in WixUIExtension?

Language

Location

Culture code

WXL file

LCID

...

...

...

...



Korean

Korea

ko-KR

WixUI_ko-KR.wxl

(1042)?

...

...

...

...



Portuguese

Brazil

pt-BR

WixUI_pt-BR.wxl

(1046)?

...

...

...

...



Simplified Chinese

China

zh-CN

WixUI_zh-CN.wxl

(2052)?

...

...

...

...



Spanish

Spain

es-ES

WixUI_es-ES.wxl

(3082)?


Thanks,
Maksim.
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maksim.vazhenin
Hi All,
I'd like to clarify LCIDs of the supported languages of WixUIExtension.

Table of LCIDs from MSDN (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/0h88fahh(v=vs.85).aspx):

--------------------------------------------------------------------
Locale description  Short string  Hexadecimal value  Decimal value
--------------------------------------------------------------------
...                           ...           ...                ...
Chinese - China               zh-cn         0x0804             2052
...                           ...           ...                ...
Korean                        ko            0x0412             1042
...                           ...           ...                ...
Portuguese - Brazil           pt-br         0x0416             1046
...                           ...           ...                ...
Spanish - Spain (Modern)      es-es         0x0C0A             3082

Spanish - Spain (Traditional)               0x040A             1034
--------------------------------------------------------------------

What are the LCIDs of the supported languages in WixUIExtension?

--------------------------------------------------------------------
Language            Location  Culture code  WXL file         LCID
--------------------------------------------------------------------
...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
Korean              Korea     ko-KR         WixUI_ko-KR.wxl  (1042)?
...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
Portuguese          Brazil    pt-BR         WixUI_pt-BR.wxl  (1046)?
...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
Simplified Chinese  China     zh-CN         WixUI_zh-CN.wxl  (2052)?
...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
Spanish             Spain     es-ES         WixUI_es-ES.wxl  (3082)?
--------------------------------------------------------------------

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Re: LCIDs of the supported languages of WixUIExtension

Tobias S
You will find a list with the needed LCIDs e.g. here
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd744369%28WS.10%29.aspx ->
Language Packs



2011/1/11  <[hidden email]>:

> Hi All,
> I'd like to clarify LCIDs of the supported languages of WixUIExtension.
>
> Table of LCIDs from MSDN (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/0h88fahh(v=vs.85).aspx):
>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------
> Locale description  Short string  Hexadecimal value  Decimal value
> --------------------------------------------------------------------
> ...                           ...           ...                ...
> Chinese - China               zh-cn         0x0804             2052
> ...                           ...           ...                ...
> Korean                        ko            0x0412             1042
> ...                           ...           ...                ...
> Portuguese - Brazil           pt-br         0x0416             1046
> ...                           ...           ...                ...
> Spanish - Spain (Modern)      es-es         0x0C0A             3082
>
> Spanish - Spain (Traditional)               0x040A             1034
> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> What are the LCIDs of the supported languages in WixUIExtension?
>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------
> Language            Location  Culture code  WXL file         LCID
> --------------------------------------------------------------------
> ...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
> Korean              Korea     ko-KR         WixUI_ko-KR.wxl  (1042)?
> ...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
> Portuguese          Brazil    pt-BR         WixUI_pt-BR.wxl  (1046)?
> ...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
> Simplified Chinese  China     zh-CN         WixUI_zh-CN.wxl  (2052)?
> ...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
> Spanish             Spain     es-ES         WixUI_es-ES.wxl  (3082)?
> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Thanks,
> Maksim.
>
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Re: LCIDs of the supported languages of WixUIExtension

Blair Murri-3
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LCID values are not automatically transferred from the culture's name to the
different places in the MSI database where it may be needed. There are some
LCID values defined in .NET that don't work on all platforms (and even a
couple places where the LCID in native code and the value used in .NET don't
match). Microsoft provides lists of supported LCIDs for its different
platforms at its global-dev site.

As a result, it is standard practice to either have the setup author
directly provide the LCID or to supply it via your own WXL files (using the
"!(loc.LCID)" convention). WiX doesn't define any LCID values in any of its
.wxl files and only ships an "en-US" package of WiX itself.

Note that workstation platforms sometimes support several LCIDs that server
platforms don't, and that because WiX uses Windows Installer (msi.dll) when
building MSI and similar files, your choice of LCIDs must be supported both
on the platform you are targeting AND on the platform you are building on.
Also there are so-called language-neutral LCIDs that are sometimes not
supported on either older platforms or at all (LCID values that are less
than 0x200 or 512 decimal).

I think that a good feature request for WiX 4.0 would be to have reasonable
default LCID values be supplied for each culture that a translation is
provided for in the toolset.

The WiX-supplied WXL files do (at least in the ones I spot-checked) supply
code-page values, so that is one less thing you have to supply.

Blair

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To: [hidden email]
Subject: [WiX-users] LCIDs of the supported languages of WixUIExtension

Hi All,
I'd like to clarify LCIDs of the supported languages of WixUIExtension.

Table of LCIDs from MSDN
(http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/0h88fahh(v=vs.85).aspx):

--------------------------------------------------------------------
Locale description  Short string  Hexadecimal value  Decimal value
--------------------------------------------------------------------
...                           ...           ...                ...
Chinese - China               zh-cn         0x0804             2052
...                           ...           ...                ...
Korean                        ko            0x0412             1042
...                           ...           ...                ...
Portuguese - Brazil           pt-br         0x0416             1046
...                           ...           ...                ...
Spanish - Spain (Modern)      es-es         0x0C0A             3082

Spanish - Spain (Traditional)               0x040A             1034
--------------------------------------------------------------------

What are the LCIDs of the supported languages in WixUIExtension?

--------------------------------------------------------------------
Language            Location  Culture code  WXL file         LCID
--------------------------------------------------------------------
...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
Korean              Korea     ko-KR         WixUI_ko-KR.wxl  (1042)?
...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
Portuguese          Brazil    pt-BR         WixUI_pt-BR.wxl  (1046)?
...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
Simplified Chinese  China     zh-CN         WixUI_zh-CN.wxl  (2052)?
...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
Spanish             Spain     es-ES         WixUI_es-ES.wxl  (3082)?
--------------------------------------------------------------------

Thanks,
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Re: LCIDs of the supported languages of WixUIExtension

Tobias S
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For spanish I think it is traditional sort 1034, or at least it works
with that LCID


2011/1/11 Tobias S <[hidden email]>:

> You will find a list with the needed LCIDs e.g. here
> http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd744369%28WS.10%29.aspx ->
> Language Packs
>
>
>
> 2011/1/11  <[hidden email]>:
>> Hi All,
>> I'd like to clarify LCIDs of the supported languages of WixUIExtension.
>>
>> Table of LCIDs from MSDN (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/0h88fahh(v=vs.85).aspx):
>>
>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>> Locale description  Short string  Hexadecimal value  Decimal value
>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>> ...                           ...           ...                ...
>> Chinese - China               zh-cn         0x0804             2052
>> ...                           ...           ...                ...
>> Korean                        ko            0x0412             1042
>> ...                           ...           ...                ...
>> Portuguese - Brazil           pt-br         0x0416             1046
>> ...                           ...           ...                ...
>> Spanish - Spain (Modern)      es-es         0x0C0A             3082
>>
>> Spanish - Spain (Traditional)               0x040A             1034
>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> What are the LCIDs of the supported languages in WixUIExtension?
>>
>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>> Language            Location  Culture code  WXL file         LCID
>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>> ...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
>> Korean              Korea     ko-KR         WixUI_ko-KR.wxl  (1042)?
>> ...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
>> Portuguese          Brazil    pt-BR         WixUI_pt-BR.wxl  (1046)?
>> ...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
>> Simplified Chinese  China     zh-CN         WixUI_zh-CN.wxl  (2052)?
>> ...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
>> Spanish             Spain     es-ES         WixUI_es-ES.wxl  (3082)?
>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Maksim.
>>
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Re: LCIDs of the supported languages of WixUIExtension

Blair Murri-3
I've seen it work fine with both Traditional and Modern sort LCIDs (for
Spanish, anyway). In fact, for all the ones I tested (back on Server 2003,
XP, and Vista, anyway) all the Spanish LCIDs I tested (including neutral)
worked.

Neutral Chinese comes out backwards between NLS and .NET (traditional
characters instead of simplified characters) and a couple of the newer
"Unicode-only" LCIDs (LCIDs for which there is no default codepage) didn't
work with SUBLANG_NEUTRAL at all (some of the newer languages from India
added in XP, for instance).

You need to be explicit with Norwegian, I don't remember which character set
is assumed if you attempt using SUBLANG_NEUTRAL with LANG_NORWEGIAN, so it's
best to be explicit. Same with Serbian and Croatian.

Back to Chinese, I noticed that SUBLANG_CHINESE_TRADITIONAL and
SUBLANG_CHINESE_SIMPLIFIED work only if you specify them from native code,
but if you use the culture string for them .NET gives you values for the
LCID that don't work on at least one of the platforms we required back then
(not sure why .NET gives bad LCID values).

Also, some of the lesser-used languages were not recognized at all by Server
2003 even though XP did recognize them, which meant we couldn't build them
in our build lab. I never checked to see if Server 2008 has parity with
Vista, and I have been lead to understand that 2008 R2 has parity with
Windows 7, but I haven't tested or otherwise verified it.

Speaking of "Unicode-only" languages: if you get rid of your Windows
Installer/WiX UI, we were able to use UTF8 for the codepage of the database
without any problems, but you CANNOT set Package\@SummaryCodePage to UTF8:
Windows Installer will report a corrupt installation package. Thus, for
Unicode-only cultures, you must use some other language (English?) for every
string set via the Package element. We just set that to 0 (7-bit ASCII) and
put just English text there and called it good.

There are some great blogs on Windows and internationalization that are
worth checking to work around some issues, etc.

Blair

-----Original Message-----
From: Tobias S [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Tuesday, January 11, 2011 9:53 AM
To: General discussion for Windows Installer XML toolset.
Subject: Re: [WiX-users] LCIDs of the supported languages of WixUIExtension

For spanish I think it is traditional sort 1034, or at least it works
with that LCID


2011/1/11 Tobias S <[hidden email]>:

> You will find a list with the needed LCIDs e.g. here
> http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd744369%28WS.10%29.aspx ->
> Language Packs
>
>
>
> 2011/1/11  <[hidden email]>:
>> Hi All,
>> I'd like to clarify LCIDs of the supported languages of WixUIExtension.
>>
>> Table of LCIDs from MSDN
(http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/0h88fahh(v=vs.85).aspx):

>>
>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>> Locale description  Short string  Hexadecimal value  Decimal value
>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>> ...                           ...           ...                ...
>> Chinese - China               zh-cn         0x0804             2052
>> ...                           ...           ...                ...
>> Korean                        ko            0x0412             1042
>> ...                           ...           ...                ...
>> Portuguese - Brazil           pt-br         0x0416             1046
>> ...                           ...           ...                ...
>> Spanish - Spain (Modern)      es-es         0x0C0A             3082
>>
>> Spanish - Spain (Traditional)               0x040A             1034
>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> What are the LCIDs of the supported languages in WixUIExtension?
>>
>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>> Language            Location  Culture code  WXL file         LCID
>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>> ...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
>> Korean              Korea     ko-KR         WixUI_ko-KR.wxl  (1042)?
>> ...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
>> Portuguese          Brazil    pt-BR         WixUI_pt-BR.wxl  (1046)?
>> ...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
>> Simplified Chinese  China     zh-CN         WixUI_zh-CN.wxl  (2052)?
>> ...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
>> Spanish             Spain     es-ES         WixUI_es-ES.wxl  (3082)?
>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Maksim.
>>
>>
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Tobias S
Following a list of LCIDs which are used in InstallShield as Transform
Identifier (e.g. 1031.mst for a german transform) and within the
solution (ism file) for identifying the languages. NSIS uses these
languages as well as Language ID in their NLF localization files
(NSISINSTALLDIR\Contrib\Language files\*.nlf) e.g. to start the
correct language installation. So I assume these should be the least
problematic ones to use:

CultureName_WiX LcidDec LcidHex LanguageName
ar-SA 1025 0x0401 Arabic
bg-BG 1026 0x0402 Bulgarian (Bulgaria)
ca-ES 1027 0x0403 Catalan (Catalan)
Zh-TW 1028 0x0404 Chinese (Traditional, Taiwan)
cs-CZ 1029 0x0405 Czech (Czech Republic)
da-DK 1030 0x0406 Danish (Denmark)
de-DE 1031 0x0407 German (Germany)
el-GR 1032 0x0408 Greek (Greece)
en-US 1033 0x0409 English (United States)
es-ES 1034 0x040A Spanish - Spain (Traditional)
fi-FI 1035 0x040B Finnish (Finland)
fr-FR 1036 0x040C French (France)
he-IL 1037 0x040D Hebrew (Israel)
hu-HU 1038 0x040E Hungarian (Hungary)
It-IT 1040 0x0410 Italian (Italy)
ja-JP 1041 0x0411 Japanese (Japan)
ko-KR 1042 0x0412 Korean (Korea)
nl-NL 1043 0x0413 Dutch (Netherlands)
nb-NO 1044 0x0414 Norwegian, Bokmål (Norway)
pl-PL 1045 0x0415 Polish (Poland)
pt-BR 1046 0x0416 Portuguese (Brazil)
ro-RO 1048 0x0418 Romanian (Romania)
ru-RU 1049 0x0419 Russian (Russia)
hr-HR 1050 0x041A Croatian (Croatia)
sk-SK 1051 0x041B Slovak (Slovakia)
sv-SE 1053 0x041D Swedish (Sweden)
th-TH 1054 0x041E Thai (Thailand)
tr-TR 1055 0x041F Turkish (Turkey)
sl-SI 1060 0x0424 Slovenian (Slovenia)
zh-CN 2052 0x0804 Chinese (Simplified, PRC)
pt-PT 2070 0x0816 Portuguese (Portugal)

Additionally for the languages
uk-UA 1058 0x0422 Ukrainian (Ukraine)
et-EE 1061 0x0425 Estonian (Estonia)
lv-LV 1062 0x0426 Latvian (Latvia)
lt-LT 1063 0x0427 Lithuanian (Lithuania)
hi-IN 1081 0x0439 Hindi (India)
kk-KZ 1087 0x043F Kazakh (Kazakhstan)
sr-Latn-CS 2074 0x081A Serbian (Latin, Serbia and Montenegro (Former))
zh-HK 3076 0x0C04 Chinese (Traditional, Hong Kong S.A.R.)

I did a cross checking with NSIS and some MSDN reference and assume
these LCIDs should be working ones.

For zh-HK and zh-TW I'm a bit curious why there exist 2 localizations
within WiX. The differences are minimal here (I conted 13) and for our
products we only distinguish between Chinese Simplified and Chinese
Traditional but without distinguising Chinese Traditional in Chinese
Taiwan and Chinese Hongkong.

But anyhow Bug in zh-HK found :-) There they need the bracket escaping
similar to the zh-TW version [\[]安裝[\]] instead of [安裝]. Otherwise the
zh-HK is not buildable.

Tobias


2011/1/12 Blair <[hidden email]>:

> I've seen it work fine with both Traditional and Modern sort LCIDs (for
> Spanish, anyway). In fact, for all the ones I tested (back on Server 2003,
> XP, and Vista, anyway) all the Spanish LCIDs I tested (including neutral)
> worked.
>
> Neutral Chinese comes out backwards between NLS and .NET (traditional
> characters instead of simplified characters) and a couple of the newer
> "Unicode-only" LCIDs (LCIDs for which there is no default codepage) didn't
> work with SUBLANG_NEUTRAL at all (some of the newer languages from India
> added in XP, for instance).
>
> You need to be explicit with Norwegian, I don't remember which character set
> is assumed if you attempt using SUBLANG_NEUTRAL with LANG_NORWEGIAN, so it's
> best to be explicit. Same with Serbian and Croatian.
>
> Back to Chinese, I noticed that SUBLANG_CHINESE_TRADITIONAL and
> SUBLANG_CHINESE_SIMPLIFIED work only if you specify them from native code,
> but if you use the culture string for them .NET gives you values for the
> LCID that don't work on at least one of the platforms we required back then
> (not sure why .NET gives bad LCID values).
>
> Also, some of the lesser-used languages were not recognized at all by Server
> 2003 even though XP did recognize them, which meant we couldn't build them
> in our build lab. I never checked to see if Server 2008 has parity with
> Vista, and I have been lead to understand that 2008 R2 has parity with
> Windows 7, but I haven't tested or otherwise verified it.
>
> Speaking of "Unicode-only" languages: if you get rid of your Windows
> Installer/WiX UI, we were able to use UTF8 for the codepage of the database
> without any problems, but you CANNOT set Package\@SummaryCodePage to UTF8:
> Windows Installer will report a corrupt installation package. Thus, for
> Unicode-only cultures, you must use some other language (English?) for every
> string set via the Package element. We just set that to 0 (7-bit ASCII) and
> put just English text there and called it good.
>
> There are some great blogs on Windows and internationalization that are
> worth checking to work around some issues, etc.
>
> Blair
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tobias S [mailto:[hidden email]]
> Sent: Tuesday, January 11, 2011 9:53 AM
> To: General discussion for Windows Installer XML toolset.
> Subject: Re: [WiX-users] LCIDs of the supported languages of WixUIExtension
>
> For spanish I think it is traditional sort 1034, or at least it works
> with that LCID
>
>
> 2011/1/11 Tobias S <[hidden email]>:
>> You will find a list with the needed LCIDs e.g. here
>> http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd744369%28WS.10%29.aspx ->
>> Language Packs
>>
>>
>>
>> 2011/1/11  <[hidden email]>:
>>> Hi All,
>>> I'd like to clarify LCIDs of the supported languages of WixUIExtension.
>>>
>>> Table of LCIDs from MSDN
> (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/0h88fahh(v=vs.85).aspx):
>>>
>>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>>> Locale description  Short string  Hexadecimal value  Decimal value
>>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>>> ...                           ...           ...                ...
>>> Chinese - China               zh-cn         0x0804             2052
>>> ...                           ...           ...                ...
>>> Korean                        ko            0x0412             1042
>>> ...                           ...           ...                ...
>>> Portuguese - Brazil           pt-br         0x0416             1046
>>> ...                           ...           ...                ...
>>> Spanish - Spain (Modern)      es-es         0x0C0A             3082
>>>
>>> Spanish - Spain (Traditional)               0x040A             1034
>>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>>>
>>> What are the LCIDs of the supported languages in WixUIExtension?
>>>
>>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>>> Language            Location  Culture code  WXL file         LCID
>>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>>> ...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
>>> Korean              Korea     ko-KR         WixUI_ko-KR.wxl  (1042)?
>>> ...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
>>> Portuguese          Brazil    pt-BR         WixUI_pt-BR.wxl  (1046)?
>>> ...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
>>> Simplified Chinese  China     zh-CN         WixUI_zh-CN.wxl  (2052)?
>>> ...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
>>> Spanish             Spain     es-ES         WixUI_es-ES.wxl  (3082)?
>>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Maksim.
>>>
>>>
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Tobias S
Hope there is no typo in the before mentioned overview. So this
overview without any warranty of correctness.


2011/1/12 Tobias S <[hidden email]>:

> Following a list of LCIDs which are used in InstallShield as Transform
> Identifier (e.g. 1031.mst for a german transform) and within the
> solution (ism file) for identifying the languages. NSIS uses these
> languages as well as Language ID in their NLF localization files
> (NSISINSTALLDIR\Contrib\Language files\*.nlf) e.g. to start the
> correct language installation. So I assume these should be the least
> problematic ones to use:
>
> CultureName_WiX LcidDec LcidHex LanguageName
> ar-SA   1025    0x0401  Arabic
> bg-BG   1026    0x0402  Bulgarian (Bulgaria)
> ca-ES   1027    0x0403  Catalan (Catalan)
> Zh-TW   1028    0x0404  Chinese (Traditional, Taiwan)
> cs-CZ   1029    0x0405  Czech (Czech Republic)
> da-DK   1030    0x0406  Danish (Denmark)
> de-DE   1031    0x0407  German (Germany)
> el-GR   1032    0x0408  Greek (Greece)
> en-US   1033    0x0409  English (United States)
> es-ES   1034    0x040A  Spanish - Spain (Traditional)
> fi-FI   1035    0x040B  Finnish (Finland)
> fr-FR   1036    0x040C  French (France)
> he-IL   1037    0x040D  Hebrew (Israel)
> hu-HU   1038    0x040E  Hungarian (Hungary)
> It-IT   1040    0x0410  Italian (Italy)
> ja-JP   1041    0x0411  Japanese (Japan)
> ko-KR   1042    0x0412  Korean (Korea)
> nl-NL   1043    0x0413  Dutch (Netherlands)
> nb-NO   1044    0x0414  Norwegian, Bokmål (Norway)
> pl-PL   1045    0x0415  Polish (Poland)
> pt-BR   1046    0x0416  Portuguese (Brazil)
> ro-RO   1048    0x0418  Romanian (Romania)
> ru-RU   1049    0x0419  Russian (Russia)
> hr-HR   1050    0x041A  Croatian (Croatia)
> sk-SK   1051    0x041B  Slovak (Slovakia)
> sv-SE   1053    0x041D  Swedish (Sweden)
> th-TH   1054    0x041E  Thai (Thailand)
> tr-TR   1055    0x041F  Turkish (Turkey)
> sl-SI   1060    0x0424  Slovenian (Slovenia)
> zh-CN   2052    0x0804  Chinese (Simplified, PRC)
> pt-PT   2070    0x0816  Portuguese (Portugal)
>
> Additionally for the languages
> uk-UA   1058    0x0422  Ukrainian (Ukraine)
> et-EE   1061    0x0425  Estonian (Estonia)
> lv-LV   1062    0x0426  Latvian (Latvia)
> lt-LT   1063    0x0427  Lithuanian (Lithuania)
> hi-IN   1081    0x0439  Hindi (India)
> kk-KZ   1087    0x043F  Kazakh (Kazakhstan)
> sr-Latn-CS      2074    0x081A  Serbian (Latin, Serbia and Montenegro (Former))
> zh-HK   3076    0x0C04  Chinese (Traditional, Hong Kong S.A.R.)
>
> I did a cross checking with NSIS and some MSDN reference and assume
> these LCIDs should be working ones.
>
> For zh-HK and zh-TW I'm a bit curious why there exist 2 localizations
> within WiX. The differences are minimal here (I conted 13) and for our
> products we only distinguish between Chinese Simplified and Chinese
> Traditional but without distinguising Chinese Traditional in Chinese
> Taiwan and Chinese Hongkong.
>
> But anyhow Bug in zh-HK found :-) There they need the bracket escaping
> similar to the zh-TW version [\[]安裝[\]] instead of [安裝]. Otherwise the
> zh-HK is not buildable.
>
> Tobias
>
>
> 2011/1/12 Blair <[hidden email]>:
>> I've seen it work fine with both Traditional and Modern sort LCIDs (for
>> Spanish, anyway). In fact, for all the ones I tested (back on Server 2003,
>> XP, and Vista, anyway) all the Spanish LCIDs I tested (including neutral)
>> worked.
>>
>> Neutral Chinese comes out backwards between NLS and .NET (traditional
>> characters instead of simplified characters) and a couple of the newer
>> "Unicode-only" LCIDs (LCIDs for which there is no default codepage) didn't
>> work with SUBLANG_NEUTRAL at all (some of the newer languages from India
>> added in XP, for instance).
>>
>> You need to be explicit with Norwegian, I don't remember which character set
>> is assumed if you attempt using SUBLANG_NEUTRAL with LANG_NORWEGIAN, so it's
>> best to be explicit. Same with Serbian and Croatian.
>>
>> Back to Chinese, I noticed that SUBLANG_CHINESE_TRADITIONAL and
>> SUBLANG_CHINESE_SIMPLIFIED work only if you specify them from native code,
>> but if you use the culture string for them .NET gives you values for the
>> LCID that don't work on at least one of the platforms we required back then
>> (not sure why .NET gives bad LCID values).
>>
>> Also, some of the lesser-used languages were not recognized at all by Server
>> 2003 even though XP did recognize them, which meant we couldn't build them
>> in our build lab. I never checked to see if Server 2008 has parity with
>> Vista, and I have been lead to understand that 2008 R2 has parity with
>> Windows 7, but I haven't tested or otherwise verified it.
>>
>> Speaking of "Unicode-only" languages: if you get rid of your Windows
>> Installer/WiX UI, we were able to use UTF8 for the codepage of the database
>> without any problems, but you CANNOT set Package\@SummaryCodePage to UTF8:
>> Windows Installer will report a corrupt installation package. Thus, for
>> Unicode-only cultures, you must use some other language (English?) for every
>> string set via the Package element. We just set that to 0 (7-bit ASCII) and
>> put just English text there and called it good.
>>
>> There are some great blogs on Windows and internationalization that are
>> worth checking to work around some issues, etc.
>>
>> Blair
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Tobias S [mailto:[hidden email]]
>> Sent: Tuesday, January 11, 2011 9:53 AM
>> To: General discussion for Windows Installer XML toolset.
>> Subject: Re: [WiX-users] LCIDs of the supported languages of WixUIExtension
>>
>> For spanish I think it is traditional sort 1034, or at least it works
>> with that LCID
>>
>>
>> 2011/1/11 Tobias S <[hidden email]>:
>>> You will find a list with the needed LCIDs e.g. here
>>> http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd744369%28WS.10%29.aspx ->
>>> Language Packs
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> 2011/1/11  <[hidden email]>:
>>>> Hi All,
>>>> I'd like to clarify LCIDs of the supported languages of WixUIExtension.
>>>>
>>>> Table of LCIDs from MSDN
>> (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/0h88fahh(v=vs.85).aspx):
>>>>
>>>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>>>> Locale description  Short string  Hexadecimal value  Decimal value
>>>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>>>> ...                           ...           ...                ...
>>>> Chinese - China               zh-cn         0x0804             2052
>>>> ...                           ...           ...                ...
>>>> Korean                        ko            0x0412             1042
>>>> ...                           ...           ...                ...
>>>> Portuguese - Brazil           pt-br         0x0416             1046
>>>> ...                           ...           ...                ...
>>>> Spanish - Spain (Modern)      es-es         0x0C0A             3082
>>>>
>>>> Spanish - Spain (Traditional)               0x040A             1034
>>>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>>>>
>>>> What are the LCIDs of the supported languages in WixUIExtension?
>>>>
>>>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>>>> Language            Location  Culture code  WXL file         LCID
>>>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>>>> ...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
>>>> Korean              Korea     ko-KR         WixUI_ko-KR.wxl  (1042)?
>>>> ...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
>>>> Portuguese          Brazil    pt-BR         WixUI_pt-BR.wxl  (1046)?
>>>> ...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
>>>> Simplified Chinese  China     zh-CN         WixUI_zh-CN.wxl  (2052)?
>>>> ...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
>>>> Spanish             Spain     es-ES         WixUI_es-ES.wxl  (3082)?
>>>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>>>>
>>>> Thanks,
>>>> Maksim.
>>>>
>>>>
>> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
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>>>> Gaining the trust of online customers is vital for the success of any
>> company
>>>> that requires sensitive data to be transmitted over the Web.   Learn how
>> to
>>>> best implement a security strategy that keeps consumers' information
>> secure
>>>> and instills the confidence they need to proceed with transactions.
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>>>
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maksim.vazhenin
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In our product we are moving from InstallShield to WiX. In the current installer 3082 LCID is used (among others).
Is it save to use WiX Spanish  localization for it? Or some additionally check for this is required?

Thanks,
Maksim.

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От: Tobias S [[hidden email]]
Отправлено: 12 января 2011 г. 10:58
Кому: General discussion for Windows Installer XML toolset.
Тема: Re: [WiX-users] LCIDs of the supported languages of WixUIExtension

Following a list of LCIDs which are used in InstallShield as Transform
Identifier (e.g. 1031.mst for a german transform) and within the
solution (ism file) for identifying the languages. NSIS uses these
languages as well as Language ID in their NLF localization files
(NSISINSTALLDIR\Contrib\Language files\*.nlf) e.g. to start the
correct language installation. So I assume these should be the least
problematic ones to use:

CultureName_WiX LcidDec LcidHex LanguageName
ar-SA   1025    0x0401  Arabic
bg-BG   1026    0x0402  Bulgarian (Bulgaria)
ca-ES   1027    0x0403  Catalan (Catalan)
Zh-TW   1028    0x0404  Chinese (Traditional, Taiwan)
cs-CZ   1029    0x0405  Czech (Czech Republic)
da-DK   1030    0x0406  Danish (Denmark)
de-DE   1031    0x0407  German (Germany)
el-GR   1032    0x0408  Greek (Greece)
en-US   1033    0x0409  English (United States)
es-ES   1034    0x040A  Spanish - Spain (Traditional)
fi-FI   1035    0x040B  Finnish (Finland)
fr-FR   1036    0x040C  French (France)
he-IL   1037    0x040D  Hebrew (Israel)
hu-HU   1038    0x040E  Hungarian (Hungary)
It-IT   1040    0x0410  Italian (Italy)
ja-JP   1041    0x0411  Japanese (Japan)
ko-KR   1042    0x0412  Korean (Korea)
nl-NL   1043    0x0413  Dutch (Netherlands)
nb-NO   1044    0x0414  Norwegian, Bokmål (Norway)
pl-PL   1045    0x0415  Polish (Poland)
pt-BR   1046    0x0416  Portuguese (Brazil)
ro-RO   1048    0x0418  Romanian (Romania)
ru-RU   1049    0x0419  Russian (Russia)
hr-HR   1050    0x041A  Croatian (Croatia)
sk-SK   1051    0x041B  Slovak (Slovakia)
sv-SE   1053    0x041D  Swedish (Sweden)
th-TH   1054    0x041E  Thai (Thailand)
tr-TR   1055    0x041F  Turkish (Turkey)
sl-SI   1060    0x0424  Slovenian (Slovenia)
zh-CN   2052    0x0804  Chinese (Simplified, PRC)
pt-PT   2070    0x0816  Portuguese (Portugal)

Additionally for the languages
uk-UA   1058    0x0422  Ukrainian (Ukraine)
et-EE   1061    0x0425  Estonian (Estonia)
lv-LV   1062    0x0426  Latvian (Latvia)
lt-LT   1063    0x0427  Lithuanian (Lithuania)
hi-IN   1081    0x0439  Hindi (India)
kk-KZ   1087    0x043F  Kazakh (Kazakhstan)
sr-Latn-CS      2074    0x081A  Serbian (Latin, Serbia and Montenegro (Former))
zh-HK   3076    0x0C04  Chinese (Traditional, Hong Kong S.A.R.)

I did a cross checking with NSIS and some MSDN reference and assume
these LCIDs should be working ones.

For zh-HK and zh-TW I'm a bit curious why there exist 2 localizations
within WiX. The differences are minimal here (I conted 13) and for our
products we only distinguish between Chinese Simplified and Chinese
Traditional but without distinguising Chinese Traditional in Chinese
Taiwan and Chinese Hongkong.

But anyhow Bug in zh-HK found :-) There they need the bracket escaping
similar to the zh-TW version [\[]安裝[\]] instead of [安裝]. Otherwise the
zh-HK is not buildable.

Tobias


2011/1/12 Blair <[hidden email]>:

> I've seen it work fine with both Traditional and Modern sort LCIDs (for
> Spanish, anyway). In fact, for all the ones I tested (back on Server 2003,
> XP, and Vista, anyway) all the Spanish LCIDs I tested (including neutral)
> worked.
>
> Neutral Chinese comes out backwards between NLS and .NET (traditional
> characters instead of simplified characters) and a couple of the newer
> "Unicode-only" LCIDs (LCIDs for which there is no default codepage) didn't
> work with SUBLANG_NEUTRAL at all (some of the newer languages from India
> added in XP, for instance).
>
> You need to be explicit with Norwegian, I don't remember which character set
> is assumed if you attempt using SUBLANG_NEUTRAL with LANG_NORWEGIAN, so it's
> best to be explicit. Same with Serbian and Croatian.
>
> Back to Chinese, I noticed that SUBLANG_CHINESE_TRADITIONAL and
> SUBLANG_CHINESE_SIMPLIFIED work only if you specify them from native code,
> but if you use the culture string for them .NET gives you values for the
> LCID that don't work on at least one of the platforms we required back then
> (not sure why .NET gives bad LCID values).
>
> Also, some of the lesser-used languages were not recognized at all by Server
> 2003 even though XP did recognize them, which meant we couldn't build them
> in our build lab. I never checked to see if Server 2008 has parity with
> Vista, and I have been lead to understand that 2008 R2 has parity with
> Windows 7, but I haven't tested or otherwise verified it.
>
> Speaking of "Unicode-only" languages: if you get rid of your Windows
> Installer/WiX UI, we were able to use UTF8 for the codepage of the database
> without any problems, but you CANNOT set Package\@SummaryCodePage to UTF8:
> Windows Installer will report a corrupt installation package. Thus, for
> Unicode-only cultures, you must use some other language (English?) for every
> string set via the Package element. We just set that to 0 (7-bit ASCII) and
> put just English text there and called it good.
>
> There are some great blogs on Windows and internationalization that are
> worth checking to work around some issues, etc.
>
> Blair
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tobias S [mailto:[hidden email]]
> Sent: Tuesday, January 11, 2011 9:53 AM
> To: General discussion for Windows Installer XML toolset.
> Subject: Re: [WiX-users] LCIDs of the supported languages of WixUIExtension
>
> For spanish I think it is traditional sort 1034, or at least it works
> with that LCID
>
>
> 2011/1/11 Tobias S <[hidden email]>:
>> You will find a list with the needed LCIDs e.g. here
>> http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd744369%28WS.10%29.aspx ->
>> Language Packs
>>
>>
>>
>> 2011/1/11  <[hidden email]>:
>>> Hi All,
>>> I'd like to clarify LCIDs of the supported languages of WixUIExtension.
>>>
>>> Table of LCIDs from MSDN
> (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/0h88fahh(v=vs.85).aspx):
>>>
>>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>>> Locale description  Short string  Hexadecimal value  Decimal value
>>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>>> ...                           ...           ...                ...
>>> Chinese - China               zh-cn         0x0804             2052
>>> ...                           ...           ...                ...
>>> Korean                        ko            0x0412             1042
>>> ...                           ...           ...                ...
>>> Portuguese - Brazil           pt-br         0x0416             1046
>>> ...                           ...           ...                ...
>>> Spanish - Spain (Modern)      es-es         0x0C0A             3082
>>>
>>> Spanish - Spain (Traditional)               0x040A             1034
>>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>>>
>>> What are the LCIDs of the supported languages in WixUIExtension?
>>>
>>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>>> Language            Location  Culture code  WXL file         LCID
>>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>>> ...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
>>> Korean              Korea     ko-KR         WixUI_ko-KR.wxl  (1042)?
>>> ...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
>>> Portuguese          Brazil    pt-BR         WixUI_pt-BR.wxl  (1046)?
>>> ...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
>>> Simplified Chinese  China     zh-CN         WixUI_zh-CN.wxl  (2052)?
>>> ...                 ...       ...           ...              ...
>>> Spanish             Spain     es-ES         WixUI_es-ES.wxl  (3082)?
>>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Maksim.
>>>
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