I eventually resorted to coding a script which went through all the files in the directory of language packs (the separate all-in-one download), parsed out the “translate-XX_XX” parts from the file names and then executed a command such as this for each one:
argospm.py install translate-tr_en
This seems to work for most of them, but two of them give a weird error:
argospm.py install translate-vi_en Package not found argospm.py install translate-en_vi Package not found
Why do those two packages “not exist” even though they are right there in the same directory as all the other ones which (apparently) installed correctly with the same kind of command? (“vi” is apparently Vietnamese, if that matters.)
I also tried things such as:
argospm.py install *
Did not work. And this, which I randomly found mentioned in some kind of support/issue thread:
argospm.py install translate
… was supposed to be some kind of “all translation packages”, but it just seems to load forever and never returns control/ends.
Also, there is a mystery file called
sbd-1_4.argosmodel which doesn’t follow the pattern of the other files, and it again shows “Package not found” if I try to install it with
argospm.py install sbd. What is that package for? I searched but found no mention whatsoever of it anywhere on the Internet.