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Internationalization problemmm

 
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Hello All,
I have been recently asked to do internationalization to a very large application. (to both english and french)
I have created 2 .properties files that include the keys and their translations. one for french and one for english.

In My source code, after doinf this:




I look for any string displayed in the frame and replace it with something like :


this is taking me forever to do, since the application is very large, and I thaugh maybe I am doing this the wrong way.
I was wondering if there is any other way of doing this.

I would really appreciate if you can help me with that.
thanks a lot.

regards,
 
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Some IDE's provide "wizards" to help interationalize entire applications. The results are not always 100% accurate. But it is probably faster than doing it manually. You might check the documentation for your IDE or search for an IDE that includes this kind of tool.
 
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