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Ravi Kumar  Identity Verified
India
Local time: 00:39
Member (2005)
Hindi to English
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Apr 8, 2006

Please help me in the situation given below:

1.One our clients from Italy has supplied us xlf files to be
translated from Italian to English, that I assume is managed by HS
XLIFF Translation Editor.
2.Client has given us some already translated files txt, resx (C#),
C++ and XML.
3.I have already downloaded HS Xliff Translation Editor from
Heartsome a site that provides free download of this program.

Now the problems are

1.I am not very comfortable with HS xliff translation editor ,
however I am able to open the file supplied by our client in this
downloaded HS xliff translation editor.
2.I do not know how I shall be able to make use of already
translated files supplied to us by our client in txt, resx (C#), C++
and XML format at HS xliff translation editor.

I shall highly appreciate if someone can teach me this.

Ravi Kumar


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Rodolfo Raya  Identity Verified
Local time: 16:09
English to Spanish
Build a TM with translated files Apr 8, 2006

Allied Modlingua wrote:
I do not know how I shall be able to make use of already
translated files supplied to us by our client in txt, resx (C#), C++
and XML format at HS xliff translation editor.


Ravi,

You can use Heartsome's TMX Editor to align the txt and XML files and generate a translation memory in TMX format. For resx and C++ you will need to use a different tool.

Once you have the TMX, create a TM database in the XLIFF Editor and import the TMX. Select the new TM database as working TM using the 'Select Database" option from Database menu. After that, the program will start offering matches automatically.

You can join Heartsome's support list, http://www.heartsome.net/EN/mailist.html and ask for additional help there.

Regards,
Rodolfo


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Robert Tucker
United Kingdom
Local time: 20:09
German to English
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Transolution Apr 8, 2006

Allied Modlingua wrote:
... that I assume is managed by HS XLIFF Translation Editor


Transolution may also be able to do the job for you:

http://transolution.python-hosting.com/

Two others are Open Language Tools and Cafetran but I haven't got either of these to function fully.

https://open-language-tools.dev.java.net/
http://www.cafetran.republika.pl/


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Shang
China
Local time: 03:09
English to Chinese
Using TagEditor or any text editor Apr 9, 2006

Xlf files are xml-coded. You can open and edit xlf it in TagEditor or any text editor such as Notepad or EmEdit. If you choose TagEditor, please remember to save it as target file after completion.

Don't open and edit it in MS Office such as Word or FrontPage because it may insert lines of MS Office-specific code inside, which may result in error when your client processes it.


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amberwolf
Local time: 20:09
Transolution Feb 7, 2007

Robert Tucker wrote:

Transolution may also be able to do the job for you:

http://transolution.python-hosting.com/



This link doesn't seem to work, does anyone have an updated link?


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Ravi Kumar  Identity Verified
India
Local time: 00:39
Member (2005)
Hindi to English
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Xliff files Feb 7, 2007

Dear amber

Thanks for your proposal. I am looking at finding better solutions at our end. However, we shall contact you when dire need arises.

regards

Ravi Kumar


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Robert Tucker
United Kingdom
Local time: 20:09
German to English
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Transolution Feb 7, 2007

Try this link:

http://linux.softpedia.com/progDownload/Transolution-Download-3318.html

which should take you to the old Eviltrans page on SourceForge.

I successfully downloaded from it, but if you have any trouble I will email the zip file (295KB) to you if you write to me through ProZ mail.

The last version is still that of August 2005; the original author has stopped developing it as he, if I remember correctly, has a new job and cannot spare Transolution any more time.

I've had more success with the Open Language Tools XLIFF editor since my post in April last year. Transolution seems to be able to open a large XLIFF file I generated with OLT, so the two are somewhat interoperable.

[Edited at 2007-02-07 15:27]


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