Re: Internationalizing an application..
- From: Vladislav Grinchenko <3rdshift comcast net>
- To: Ramashish Baranwal <ramashish lists gmail com>
- Cc: Gtkmm list <gtkmm-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: Internationalizing an application..
- Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2005 22:45:38 -0400
google for an excellent "GTK+ 2.x Hello World, Internationalized"
Also, A. Duret-Lutz's "Using GNU Autotools" Introducting Gettext
On Tue, 2005-08-23 at 08:27, Ramashish Baranwal wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I am writing an application with support for internationalization and
> have a few questions on how to go about it-
> 1. How does the application know which language should it use for the
> interface? Is it defined system wise (e.g. when I choose my Gnome
> session in some other language say Hindi) or can it be defined on an
> application basis i.e. even though my session is in English can I set
> the locale of my application (and only this application) in some other
> language? If yes, how? This question I think is more relevant when
> writing for Windows too.
> 2. Partially depending on the answers to questions above, can I
> provide an option to the user to change the application's language at
> runtime without having to restart the application?
> Appreciating any help in this.:-)
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