[Project_owners] International Month

David Fraser davidf at sjsoft.com
Fri Mar 5 13:46:30 EST 2004


And finally you can use any standard PO-editor (poedit for windows, 
KBabel for KDE, vim, emacs :-)) with the po files produced by the 
translate.sourceforge.net project.
If anyone is interested in this approach, let me know

David

Dewi Jones wrote:

> We have also l10nzilla (http://l10nzilla.mozdev.org)  - a Java+ PHP 
> and MySQL based tool that can allow archiving and translation online 
> by many translators.
>
> XUL (produced by the PHP front end) could be a nice to have feature in 
> the future, especially for providing a tree view of the files in a JAR 
> file, but at the moment we're ironing out a few minor problems and 
> producing more documentation.
>
> Dewi.
>
>
>
>
> Ysgrifennodd Robert Kaiser:
>
>>> BTW, it will be very good idea to have some (online or better xul) 
>>> tool for enduser to translate DTD apps. I.e. representing existing 
>>> DTD and allowing to input translation line-by-line, then saving 
>>> result to DTD again. In such a way it will be possible to translate 
>>> extensinos for much more people than now.
>>
>>
>>
>> There is basically such a tool, called MozillaTranslator (MT) 
>> <http://www.mozillatranslator.org/>. MT basically does work quite 
>> well, though it might need some work to be really good (again). It 
>> would need to reflect some changes in XPIs, and it would need a few 
>> bugs fixed.
>> Basically it's there and working though.
>> MT is a Java application, and source code is available on the site.
>>
>> Robert Kaiser
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