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Re: [pcgen] Re: internationalization

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  • Eric Beaudoin
    ... The nice ppl of the XML project should keep Internationalization in mind while designing the schema for the data. Description type of tags should come
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 28, 2002
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      At 00:43 2002.03.01, you wrote:
      >--- In pcgen@y..., "emperorfranz" <emperorfranz@y...> wrote:
      >> What about list file translations?
      >> If only we had the Universal Translator Doohickie(tm pending) from
      >> Star Trek(tm). ;p
      >>
      >> Later,
      >> Hugo
      >
      >List file translations will have to wait, as not all products are
      >available in multiple languages.(Especially WotC!)
      >
      >>
      >>
      >> --- In pcgen@y..., "ortheri" <zebuleon@p...> wrote:
      >> > I have started seperating all the text from the code. If anyone
      >> > speaks any other languages if you could look at the properities
      >(yes
      >> I
      >> > know its spelled wrong, my goof and it can't be changed) folder
      >and
      >> > translate any of the properties files there and send them to me.
      >I
      >> > would like to test what I have done somemore. At the moment it
      >can
      >> > only read in one resource file, I need to add the code for it to
      >> fully
      >> > support another lang file.
      >> >
      >> > Soon PCGen will be in multiple languages. Can MT do that. ;)
      >> >
      >> > Thanks
      >> > Mario
      >
      >Where do we find the properties? I'd like to try translation to
      >German.
      >
      >Mike Sledge
      >
      >- List Howler Monkey

      The nice ppl of the XML project should keep Internationalization in mind while designing the schema for the data. Description type of tags should come equipted with a language tag. I wonder what the W3org suggest for this?


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