I want to start working on the DVD file/folder tree for the 3 language
version NOW, instead of doing it later when it is time to merge the
three language version into one DVD. This proposed "tree" would make it
easy for the three separate DVDs to be merged. I was thinking about a
side-by-side [in the same folders] all three languages. Something like;
"math-en.html", "math-es.html", and "math-fr.html" in the folder. With
the three separated into there own subfolders, then it would be less
confusing to keep up-to-date.
in first "root" folder of the DVD:
index.html [ the initial browser file to direct you to
the language you wish to use. ]
\English [ the English version ]
\Francaise [ the French version ]
\Espanol [ the Spanish version ]
Each language folder will have their own names -- in their own languages
-- for each default folder option for the main pages of the DVD.
"\clipart-files" or "\template-files" in English will be have their
folder names redefined to what it would be called in French or Spanish.
Same for the HTML files in those other languages.
In the "\English" folder:
\add-ons-extentions [I know the spelling is
wrong and may be fixed later]
What do you think? Would this work? Would it be easy to keep up-to-date?
Should we have the folder that holds the install files off the "root"
of in subfolders that have English/Spanish/French meaningful named ones?
Or like this?
Individual subfolders would take more space, but may be easier to use, I
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