Using AMOS tool for language pack translation

Where is the code for amos?

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Where is the code for amos?
by Daniel Neis Araujo - Wednesday, 28 July 2010, 2:28 AM
Language pack maintainers


first of all, congratulations for the tool and for the great improvement in translations workflow.

Now, as translator and developer, i would like to contribute with the development., but i could not find the source code. I notice that here at the link for AMOS are in the local directory, that is for localcustomisations, so it isn't download with 2.0 git.

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Re: Where is the code for amos?
by David Mudrák - Wednesday, 28 July 2010, 5:59 AM
Language pack maintainers

Hi Daniel,

thank you for you offer! Your contributions will be welcome. You are right, AMOS is a local plugin for Moodle 2.x and is not part of standard Moodle package (although I am just porting some its parts into the language customization tool).

Source code is avaiable at - the easiest way to contribute to AMOS is to create a fork there and send me pull requests. github tools are very good in supporting this "social coding" processes. The site also contains nice documentation and tutorials on using git, if you have not started with this source code management system yet.