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    1 ## Language file for analog 6.0. May not work with any other version.
    2 ##
    3 ## This is a language file for analog. Lines beginning with ## are comments.
    4 ## Each language should have one language file in its own character set,
    5 ## and can have an additional one for ASCII (7 bit) output.
    6 ## 
    7 ## If your language doesn't seem to fit into this pattern, explain the problem
    8 ## to me, and I can adjust the source code if necessary.
    9 ##
   10 ## The character set of this language file. Prefix with a * to indicate a
   11 ## multibyte character set: e.g. *ISO-2022-JP
   12 ISO-8859-1
   13 ## Abbreviations for the day and month names.
   14 Sun
   15 Mon
   16 Tue
   17 Wed
   18 Thu
   19 Fri
   20 Sat
   21 Jan
   22 Feb
   23 Mar
   24 Apr
   25 May
   26 Jun
   27 Jul
   28 Aug
   29 Sep
   30 Oct
   31 Nov
   32 Dec
   33 ## Next some standard common words.
   34 ## Abbreviation for "week beginning"
   35 week beg.
   36 year
   37 ## Quarter of a year
   38 quarter
   39 month
   40 day
   41 days
   42 hour
   43 minute
   44 minutes
   45 second
   46 seconds
   47 byte
   48 bytes
   49 ## ?bytes represents kbytes, Mbytes etc.
   50 ?bytes
   51 request
   52 requests
   53 date
   54 ## This has the right spacing for a column like 23/Mar/98 15:00-15:05
   55 date        time
   56 time
   57 first date
   58 first time
   59 last date
   60 last time
   61 file
   62 files
   63 host
   64 hosts
   65 virtual host
   66 virtual hosts
   67 directory
   68 directories
   69 domain
   70 domains
   71 organization
   72 organizations
   73 extension
   74 extensions
   75 URL
   76 URLs
   77 browser
   78 browsers
   79 OS
   80 OS's
   81 ## (= operating system, operating systems)
   82 size
   83 search term
   84 search terms
   85 site
   86 sites
   87 user
   88 users
   89 status code
   90 status codes
   91 Web Server Statistics for
   92 ## Prefixes kilo, mega etc. to make kilobytes, megabytes etc.
   93 kilo
   94 mega
   95 giga
   96 tera
   97 peta
   98 exa
   99 zeta
  100 yotta
  101 ## Shorter versions of the same prefixes for column headings
  102 k
  103 M
  104 G
  105 T
  106 P
  107 E
  108 Z
  109 Y
  110 ## Names for the rows in the File Size Report. Note that changing these will
  111 ## NOT change the boundaries! These are just labels for predetermined buckets.
  112 ## They should line up nicely when right-aligned.
  113           0
  114    1B-  10B
  115   11B- 100B
  116  101B-  1kB
  117   1kB- 10kB
  118  10kB-100kB
  119 100kB-  1MB
  120   1MB- 10MB
  121  10MB-100MB
  122 100MB-  1GB
  123       > 1GB
  124 ## Now the names of reports
  125 General Summary
  126 ## The time reports, plus "busiest" strings (at the bottom of each report)
  127 Yearly Report
  128 Busiest year:
  129 Quarterly Report
  130 Busiest quarter:
  131 Monthly Report
  132 Busiest month:
  133 Weekly Report
  134 Busiest week: week beginning
  135 Daily Summary
  136 Daily Report
  137 Busiest day:
  138 Hourly Report
  139 Hourly Summary
  140 Hour of the Week Summary
  141 Busiest hour:
  142 Quarter-Hour Report
  143 Quarter-Hour Summary
  144 Busiest quarter of an hour:
  145 Five-Minute Report
  146 Five-Minute Summary
  147 Busiest five minutes:
  148 ## The non-time reports. In each case, we have the name of the report,
  149 ## followed by the type of item in the report, once in the singular and once
  150 ## in the plural. These are used in phrases like "listing ??? with at
  151 ## least 200 requests". (The words higher up are used for column headings and
  152 ## for the "not listed" lines at the bottom of the reports.)
  153 ## Finally we have the gender of this type of object, which can be m, f or n.
  154 ##
  155 ## So for example, in German a directory is Verzeichnis (neuter gender), which
  156 ## was given above. But "listing the top directory" is "Ausgabe des ersten
  157 ## Verzeichnisses" and "listing the top two directories" is "Ausgabe der
  158 ## ersten zwei Verzeichnisse". So here, we would have for the directory report:
  159 ##
  160 ## Verzeichnis-Bericht
  161 ## Verzeichnisses
  162 ## Verzeichnisse
  163 ## n
  164 ##
  165 ## I hope that makes sense!
  166 Host Report
  167 host
  168 hosts
  169 n
  170 Host Redirection Report
  171 host
  172 hosts
  173 n
  174 Host Failure Report
  175 host
  176 hosts
  177 n
  178 Directory Report
  179 directory
  180 directories
  181 n
  182 File Type Report
  183 extension
  184 extensions
  185 n
  186 Request Report
  187 file
  188 files
  189 n
  190 Redirection Report
  191 file
  192 files
  193 n
  194 Failure Report
  195 file
  196 files
  197 n
  198 Referrer Report
  199 referring URL
  200 referring URLs
  201 n
  202 Referring Site Report
  203 referring site
  204 referring sites
  205 n
  206 Redirected Referrer Report
  207 referring URL
  208 referring URLs
  209 n
  210 Failed Referrer Report
  211 referring URL
  212 referring URLs
  213 n
  214 Search Query Report
  215 query
  216 queries
  217 n
  218 Search Word Report
  219 query word
  220 query words
  221 n
  222 Internal Search Query Report
  223 query
  224 queries
  225 n
  226 Internal Search Word Report
  227 query word
  228 query words
  229 n
  230 Virtual Host Report
  231 virtual host
  232 virtual hosts
  233 n
  234 Virtual Host Redirection Report
  235 virtual host
  236 virtual hosts
  237 n
  238 Virtual Host Failure Report
  239 virtual host
  240 virtual hosts
  241 n
  242 User Report
  243 user
  244 users
  245 n
  246 User Redirection Report
  247 user
  248 users
  249 n
  250 User Failure Report
  251 user
  252 users
  253 n
  254 Browser Summary
  255 browser
  256 browsers
  257 n
  258 Browser Report
  259 browser
  260 browsers
  261 n
  262 Operating System Report
  263 operating system
  264 operating systems
  265 n
  266 Domain Report
  267 domain
  268 domains
  269 n
  270 Organization Report
  271 organization
  272 organizations
  273 n
  274 Status Code Report
  275 status code
  276 status codes
  277 n
  278 Processing Time Report
  279 File Size Report
  280 ## Used at the bottom of the report
  281 This analysis was produced by
  282 Running time
  283 Less than 1
  284 ## Used in the time reports
  285 Each unit
  286 represents
  287 or part thereof
  288 request for a page
  289 requests for pages
  290 ## Used at the bottom of each non-time report: need m, f & n genders
  291 *
  292 *
  293 not listed
  294 ## Used on the pie charts: again need m, f & n genders
  295 *
  296 *
  297 Other
  298 ## Used at the top of the report
  299 Program started at
  300 Analyzed requests from
  301 to
  302 ## Used in the General Summary
  303 Successful requests
  304 Average successful requests per day
  305 Successful requests for pages
  306 Average successful requests for pages per day
  307 Logfile lines without status code
  308 Failed requests
  309 Redirected requests
  310 Requests with informational status code
  311 Distinct files requested
  312 Distinct hosts served
  313 Corrupt logfile lines
  314 Unwanted logfile entries
  315 Data transferred
  316 Average data transferred per day
  317 Figures in parentheses refer to the
  318 7-day period ending
  319 last 7 days
  320 Go To
  321 Top
  322 ## Some special phrases for particular reports.
  323 [unresolved numerical addresses]
  324 [domain not given]
  325 [unknown domain]
  326 [root directory]
  327 [no directory]
  328 [no extension]
  329 [directories]
  330 Unknown Windows
  331 Other Unix
  332 Known robots
  333 OS unknown
  334 ## Column headings for requests, pages, bytes and number (ie position in list)
  335 ## and percentages and last-7-day versions of these.
  336 ## Should be as short as possible -- abbreviate if necessary.
  337 ## (The ?bytes represents kbytes, Mbytes etc.)
  338 #reqs
  339 7-day reqs
  340 %reqs
  341 %7-day reqs
  342 #pages
  343 7-day pages
  344 %pages
  345 %7-day pages
  346 bytes
  347 ?bytes
  348 7-day bytes
  349 7-day ?bytes
  350 %bytes
  351 %7-day bytes
  352  #
  353 ## Now we need to know how to say "listing the top <whatever>", "listing
  354 ## the top <n> <whatevers>", and "listing <whatevers>". The %s and %d
  355 ## will be replaced by the appropriate things. There may be three of each of
  356 ## these statements, for the genders m, f and n. Any genders that aren't used,
  357 ## you can just put a * there instead. So, for example, French starts
  358 ## Affichage du premier %s
  359 ## Affichage de la premi&egrave;re %s
  360 ## *
  361 ## with entries for m & f, but not n
  362 *
  363 *
  364 Listing the top %s
  365 *
  366 *
  367 Listing the top %d %s
  368 *
  369 *
  370 Listing %s
  371 ## "by" in the phrase "listing the top 3 files BY number of requests"
  372 by
  373 ## All requests WITH AT LEAST 10 requests
  374 with at least
  375 ## Different ways of doing floors
  376 request in the last 7 days
  377 requests in the last 7 days
  378 request for a page in the last 7 days
  379 requests for pages in the last 7 days
  380 redirected request
  381 redirected requests
  382 redirected request in the last 7 days
  383 redirected requests in the last 7 days
  384 failed request
  385 failed requests
  386 failed request in the last 7 days
  387 failed requests in the last 7 days
  388 % of the traffic
  389 % of the traffic in the last 7 days
  390 % of the maximum amount of traffic
  391 % of the maximum amount of traffic in the last 7 days
  392 byte of traffic
  393 bytes of traffic
  394 ## ?bytes represents kbytes, Mbytes etc.
  395 ?bytes of traffic
  396 byte of traffic in the last 7 days
  397 bytes of traffic in the last 7 days
  398 ?bytes of traffic in the last 7 days
  399 with a request since
  400 with a redirected request since
  401 with a failed request since
  402 with first request since
  403 with first redirected request since
  404 with first failed request since
  405 ## Now "sorted by": again, in m, f & n (only needed in plural though)
  406 *
  407 *
  408 sorted by
  409 ## Used at the top of each report
  410 This report contains data from
  411 ## Used in pie charts
  412 The wedges are plotted by
  413 ## different ways of sorting
  414 the amount of traffic
  415 the amount of traffic in the last 7 days
  416 % of the requests
  417 % of the requests in the last 7 days
  418 % of the maximum number of requests
  419 % of the maximum number of requests in the last 7 days
  420 the number of requests
  421 the number of requests in the last 7 days
  422 % of the requests for pages
  423 % of the requests for pages in the last 7 days
  424 % of the maximum number of requests for pages
  425 % of the maximum number of requests for pages in the last 7 days
  426 the number of requests for pages
  427 the number of requests for pages in the last 7 days
  428 % of the redirected requests
  429 % of the redirected requests in the last 7 days
  430 % of the maximum number of redirected requests
  431 % of the maximum number of redirected requests in the last 7 days
  432 the number of redirected requests
  433 the number of redirected requests in the last 7 days
  434 % of the failed requests
  435 % of the failed requests in the last 7 days
  436 % of the maximum number of failed requests
  437 % of the maximum number of failed requests in the last 7 days
  438 the number of failed requests
  439 the number of failed requests in the last 7 days
  440 the time of the last request
  441 the time of the last redirected request
  442 the time of the last failed request
  443 the time of the first request
  444 the time of the first redirected request
  445 the time of the first failed request
  446 ## 3 other ways of sorting in m, f, & n
  447 *
  448 *
  449 sorted alphabetically
  450 *
  451 *
  452 sorted numerically
  453 *
  454 *
  455 unsorted
  456 ## The separators to use between thousands, and as a decimal point. For
  457 ## example, English generally uses "3,000.25" so has , and . here. French uses
  458 ## "3 000,25", so has space and , instead.
  459 ,
  460 .
  461 ## There's a colon here, because the French like to put a space before a colon,
  462 ## so they have space-colon instead here.
  463 :
  464 ## am and pm in the sense of morning and afternoon.
  465 AM
  466 PM
  467 ## Some date formats. E.g. for 9am on 1st January 1997 use
  468 ## %d for date          " 1"
  469 ## %D for 0-padded date "01"
  470 ## %e or %E for date at end of time interval (where this makes sense)
  471 ## %m for month         "Jan"
  472 ## %l for month at end of time interval
  473 ## %q for quarter of the year    "1"
  474 ## %y for short year    "97"
  475 ## %Y for long year     "1997"
  476 ## %z or %Z for year at end of time interval
  477 ## %X for ISO 8601 extended date format (yyyy-mm-dd) "1997-01-01"
  478 ## %h for hour in 24-hour clock " 9"
  479 ## %H for 0-padded hour         "09"
  480 ## %j for hour in 12-hour clock " 9"
  481 ## %i, %I or %k for hour at end of time interval
  482 ## %n for minute        "00"
  483 ## %o for minute at end of time interval
  484 ## %a for am or pm      "am"
  485 ## %b for am or pm at end of time interval
  486 ## %w for weekday       "Wed"
  487 ## %x for a dash in a range e.g. in 14:00-14:15. This is necessary because in
  488 ##    proper typesetting, this should be an en-dash not a regular dash.
  489 ##
  490 ## So for a date, English might have %d/%m/%y for 1/Jan/97, whereas German
  491 ## would have %d.%m %y for 1.Jan 97). Note: the month number is not available
  492 ## because it can produce ambiguous dates.
  493 ##
  494 ## The different date formats are as follows
  495 ## "refer to the 7 days to [date]"
  496 %m %D %Y %H:%n
  497 ## "Program started at" and "Analysed requests from"
  498 %w, %m %D %Y %H:%n
  499 ## In Daily Report
  500 %m/%d/%y
  501 ## In Daily Summary
  502 %w
  503 ## In Hourly Report
  504 %m/%d/%y %H:%n%x%I:%o
  505 ## In Hourly Summary
  506 %h
  507 ## In Hour of the Week Summary
  508 %w %H:%n%x%I:%o
  509 ## In Quarter-Hour and Five-Minute Reports
  510 %m/%d/%y %H:%n%x%I:%o
  511 ## In Quarter-Hour and Five-Minute Summaries
  512 %H:%n%x%I:%o
  513 ## In Weekly Report
  514 %m/%d/%y
  515 ## In Monthly Report
  516 %m %Y
  517 ## In Quarterly Report
  518 %m%x%l %Y
  519 ## An alternative for Quarterly Report: %Y Q%q
  520 ## In Yearly Report
  521 %Y
  522 ## The date (d) column in non-time reports
  523 %m/%d/%y
  524 ## The date & time (D) column in non-time reports
  525 %m/%d/%y %H:%n
  526 ## In non-time reports: "listing files with requests since [date]"
  527 %m/%d/%y at %H:%n
  528 ## Finally, definitions of the HTTP status codes (see
  529 ## ftp://ftp.isi.edu/in-notes/rfc2616.txt). You're welcome to leave these in
  530 ## English if you think they look better that way.
  531 100 Continue with request
  532 101 Switching protocols
  533 1xx [Miscellaneous informational]
  534 200 OK
  535 201 Created
  536 202 Accepted for future processing
  537 203 Non-authoritative information
  538 204 OK, but nothing to send
  539 205 Reset document
  540 206 Partial content
  541 2xx [Miscellaneous successes]
  542 300 Multiple documents available
  543 301 Document moved permanently
  544 302 Document found elsewhere
  545 303 See other document
  546 304 Not modified since last retrieval
  547 305 Use proxy
  548 306 Switch proxy
  549 307 Document moved temporarily
  550 3xx [Miscellaneous redirections]
  551 400 Bad request
  552 401 Authentication required
  553 402 Payment required
  554 403 Access forbidden
  555 404 Document not found
  556 405 Method not allowed
  557 406 Document not acceptable to client
  558 407 Proxy authentication required
  559 408 Request timeout
  560 409 Request conflicts with state of resource
  561 410 Document gone permanently
  562 411 Length required
  563 412 Precondition failed
  564 413 Request too long
  565 414 Requested filename too long
  566 415 Unsupported media type
  567 416 Requested range not valid
  568 417 Expectation failed
  569 4xx [Miscellaneous client/user errors]
  570 500 Internal server error
  571 501 Request type not supported
  572 502 Error at upstream server
  573 503 Service temporarily unavailable
  574 504 Gateway timeout
  575 505 HTTP version not supported
  576 506 Redirection failed
  577 5xx [Miscellaneous server errors]
  578 xxx [Unknown]