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I am trying to implement a workflow for maintaining a multilingual web site. The content in source language (English) is maintained by our site development team, then checked out from revision control system (svn), translated and reviewed by SDL Trados Studio 2011 (using standard project packages) and finally html/php is generated for target language.
However some of the source pages (English) may be changed later (or even when translation is in progress) by developers. What is the correct way to handle source changes in Trados project?
I would like to rebuild sdlxliff, re-apply the translation to the unchanged part of the page, translate/review the changed parts and re-generate the targets. Unfortunately I cannot find how to refresh the sdlxliff after the initial "add file/folder". Please suggest.
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