Re: [Fwd: Re: Translations, GNOME and KDE]
- From: Guido Schimmels <guido schimmels freenet de>
- To: desktop-devel-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [Fwd: Re: Translations, GNOME and KDE]
- Date: Sat, 3 Jan 2004 17:23:14 +0200
Am 02.01.2004 21:18:32 schrieb(en) Kenneth Rohde Christiansen:
Some translators would also like to be able to translate from Windows
from time to time, since they might not be fully converted yet.
Problem here is that they don't know what editor to use.
I suggest a pointer to
That's what I've been using for over a year on Linux. While I don't
mind gtranslator as of version 1.0, I found previous versions pretty
much unusable and was relying on Vim with syntax-highlighting before I
poEdit uses wxWindows and is therefore cross-platform. Windows users
can get a installer package directly from this site. I don't know about
other gettext editors for Windows and haven't even tried this one on
Windows. It seems with poEdit translators can use the same program
wether they are on win32 or X11. Ideal for the type outlined in the
above quote. And the wxGTK port looks "Gnomish" enough for me.
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