Still bumping for ideas on how to deal with the languages repo.
1- Just have everything in a single folder. Very, very messy, but whatever.
2- Keep English and French in the root, and have other versions in sub-folders. Meaning I'd probably drop support for other languages on wedge.org if I can't bother to update these folders here.
3- Have all languages in different subfolders, and expect me to systematically update my root languages folder with the files, everytime I apply a change. Don't count too much on that.....
4- Use some sort of symlink system that would allow me to use a separate repo with one folder per language, but have all of these folders' files (or at least most of the current ones) show up in my local Wedge repo's language folder. This is what I've been looking into, but I just have one problem: I have no idea how to do that. I'm aware that NTFS allows for 'proper' symlinks, i.e. hardlinks à la Linux, not silly 'shortcuts' à la Windows 95, I even have a program that moves games around on my hard drives and still lets them run without reinstalling (thanks to hardlinking), but I don't know how I'd do that with Wedge, plain and simple.
So... Again, opinions welcome! I'd like to do the languages repo next, really. That's REALLY the very first repo I'll be expecting contributions to, and I can't wait for that. (At the current point, it's unlikely that the language files are going to change a lot. Manipulating them was Pete's habit, but personally I prefer to avoid playing with them if I don't have to.)