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Where to download i18n.jar file?

 
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Hi Friends,

I am developing a swing application, for which I need to use Language translation.
I searched a lot about Internationalization and used ResourceBundle class and properties file to build the Language translation.
But I used Google Language translator for creating the properties file, but it is not that much perfect.

So I need to create use i18N for this purpose and I need to create a keys.pot file (so that some one can edit the file) and I need to use the gettext method.
Is there any way to use the gettext in java also?

In many examples I found the import org.xnap.commons.i18n.I18nFactory, actually I don't know which jar file I have to download and from which site I have to download.

Please any one provides me a way for downloading the jar file or some tutorials for Internationalization.

Thanks In Advance

Renjith M

 
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Maybe you can download it from here:
http://www.java2s.com/Code/Jar/STUVWXYZ/taglibs-i18n.jar.htm
 
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Thanks Samuel,

We can download the gettextcommons jar file from this link

http://code.google.com/p/gettext-commons/

Thanks.

Renjith M
 
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