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Thread poster: Sofia Ortega
Sofia Ortega
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Jun 27, 2006

I am needing some help with a Unix localization, any tips? anyone knows where can i find some kind of tutorial?


[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2006-06-28 03:36]


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Roberta Anderson  Identity Verified
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Moving to Localization forum Jun 28, 2006

Hi Sofia

I'm moving this to the Localization forum, where you'll probably get more answers.

cheers,
Roberta


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xxxBrandis
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Try java tools Jun 28, 2006

Hi!
like the hearsome type, that can run on multiple platforms. Best Brandis


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Sonja Tomaskovic  Identity Verified
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Tutorial on what? Jun 28, 2006

Sofía Ortega wrote:

I am needing some help with a Unix localization, any tips? anyone knows where can i find some kind of tutorial?


[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2006-06-28 03:36]


Hello Sofía,

could you explain what kind of tutorial you are looking for? Are you looking for a tutorial on a special Unix software, or has your client provided you with PO files, and you want to know how to handle PO files?

In the case of the latter, I suggest you download a tool called gettext. The download page is http://www.gnu.org/software/gettext/

I am not too sure whether gettext is avaiable for Windows (I assume that your PC runs on Windows), in which case you may have to download any of the po Editors for Windows, such as http://sourceforge.net/projects/poedit (or search sourceforge.net)


HTH.

Sonja


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Harry Bornemann  Identity Verified
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1 rule: try to avoid Windows terminology.. Jun 28, 2006

In German, Unix specific terms are usually not translated - only pronounced in the German way

And for PO files I recommend DVX


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Sofia Ortega
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Thanks everybody Jun 28, 2006

I am really new in Unix, at least now I now where to look for help and what not to do!

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Samuel Murray  Identity Verified
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What do you mean? Jun 28, 2006

Sofía Ortega wrote:
I am needing some help with a Unix localization...


Do you mean you are doing l10n of some program and that your OS is Unix... or do you mean that you are doing the l10n of the Unix OS itself (or possibly one of the nixes such as a Linux distro)?


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