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euge bellini  Identity Verified
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Dec 30, 2009

HI all!
I have a client that sent me a lot of php files, which I have never worked with.
Could anyone suggest me what would be the best way to work on these files?
I have OmegaT, Trados and Wordfast.

Thank you in advance!
Eugenia


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Laurent KRAULAND  Identity Verified
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Trados Dec 30, 2009

Hi Eugenia,
I processed PHP files in Trados 2007, using the TagEditor interface.

HTH


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Arabictranslate  Identity Verified
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PHP are to be handled just like HTML files Dec 30, 2009

PHP are to be handled just like HTML files

You can use any tool for handling website localization or translation, like Trados and also Wordfast using Plus Tools.

Please have a look on the following link:

http://www.english-spanish-translator.org/wordfast/4959-plus-tools-add-wordfast-translation-html-documents.html


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jaymin
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SDL edit Dec 30, 2009

hi,

I assume you have Trados 2006 or +. I usually work with .itd format when translating scripting code such as xml, php, and asp. You will have the whole source code in translating segments. This way, you won't lose any script delimiter. It is quite convenient to compare with source file since both source and target are aligned in rows.

Hope it helps.

JM

[Edited at 2009-12-30 14:46 GMT]


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euge bellini  Identity Verified
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I have Trados 7 Dec 30, 2009

I will probably try with Tag Editor, and see what happens....

Thank you all very much!


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John Fossey  Identity Verified
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Wordfast Dec 30, 2009

I have used Wordfast Classic with PHP files, without a hitch. It simply recognizes all the tags and preprocesses them automatically when starting up.

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euge bellini  Identity Verified
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will try Dec 30, 2009

WF then, and use the one that´s better for me.

Happy new year and thank you


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John Fossey  Identity Verified
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Using WF Dec 30, 2009

Just a comment to add that if you use Wordfast Classic, refer to the Wordfast manual for how to use with html/php files

[Edited at 2009-12-30 21:11 GMT]


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