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I'm working on a norwegian translation of JForum for 2.1.7. I expect this to be checked into CVS within a week or so.

We should really look into using some sort of tools for this. I think it's hard to maintain this translations as new stuff is added.

Are you using such tools, or should I come up with some alternatives?

A norwegian company called Trolltech has created Linguist that is used to maintain the translations for for example KDE.

Here's more info: http://doc.trolltech.com/3.0/linguist-manual.html
[originally posted on jforum.net by lazee]
 
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I know one tool some people have used to do some translations, but I don't like it because it's ugly and not that user friendly.

What are your suggestions?

Rafael
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Rafael Steil wrote:I know one tool some people have used to do some translations, but I don't like it because it's ugly and not that user friendly.

What are your suggestions?

Rafael



I'm testing out this Liguist tool that I linked to in the previous message. I know that a lot of open source projects uses this. I'll see if it can be used on the JForum files.

I'll get back to it when I have tested it.

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Linguist doesn't seem like a good choice.

But I've found this. I'll test it right away. Looks good, and it's Java

https://open-language-tools.dev.java.net/
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How about a generic excelbundle? Doesn't have a lot of gadgets, but it�s easy to use �cause it�s done for "normal" people and they feel confident in Excel.

https://excelbundle.dev.java.net/

Just something else you can take a look at.
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janne wrote:How about a generic excelbundle? Doesn't have a lot of gadgets, but it�s easy to use �cause it�s done for "normal" people and they feel confident in Excel.

https://excelbundle.dev.java.net/

Just something else you can take a look at.



I'll take a look at it. At the moment I'm actually thinking of creating my own solution for this. Time will tell what we'll do.
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