[ros-translate] Translation Tool??
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Mon Sep 26 23:16:46 CEST 2005
Ok, I think I will try it this way, the only problem is, that notepad
doesn't know if there are any new strings that need to be translated,
but aren't included in the translated rc-file.
Maybe somebody should develop a little application for all the
ROS-translators that checks all rc-files of a language for strings
that need to be translated or for strings that are missing in the
If I could do this, I would, but since I can't...
But I will keep my eyes open for little apps that can help translators
to do their "job".
2005/9/26, Andreas Bjerkeholt <harteex at gmail.com>:
> We (at least I) translate with notepad.
> It's not that hard, since you usually don't have to change sizes of
> buttons and etc.
> I don't know of any application for this (except Visual Studio, but it
> can be a little tricky to get it to import correctly)
> 2005/9/26, Max Well <post.center at gmail.com>:
> > Hey guys,
> > I just surfed a little bit in the internet and wondered, why I can't
> > find any good translation tool.
> > Now I'd like to know, how you translate. Do you use a programm?
> > Or are you doing all the dirty work by hand?
> > If somebody of you has got any tips for me, it would be very nice, if
> > he could send an email.
> > Thanks,
> > David
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