TM/2: What is it and where to be found?
Thread poster: hkitti

hkitti
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Nov 16, 2004

I received a translation, TM/2 expressions to be used. Can I find them anywhere?

 

espurna
Spain
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IBM CAT Tool Nov 16, 2004

Hi,

TM/2 is an old CAT tool developped by IBM.
As far as I know, they stopped any further development a few years ago. But as there are millions of segments already translated using this tool (mainly for IBM) it is probable that some agencies, translating for IBM, are still using it.
Hope this helps you.

Joaquim


 

Jeff Allen  Identity Verified
France
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contact for TM/2 Nov 20, 2004

There was already a thread on IBM TM/2 (Translation Manager) contact about a month ago.
The e-mail address I had for their development team in Germany a few years ago is no longer valid.

See the other thread on this topic. Someone said that they had contact info for recent patches of the tool.
I found that former thread. It's at:
http://www.proz.com/post/175113#175113

Jeff
http://www.geocities.com/jeffallenpubs/

[Edited at 2004-11-20 17:01]


 


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