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Software Internationalization (i18n) Article: Externalizing Large Amounts of Strings from Source Code
 

Software Internationalization (i18n) Article: Externalizing Large Amounts of Strings from Source Code

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Source: http://www.lingoport.com/stringextraction ...

Source: http://www.lingoport.com/stringextraction
It’s a point of cavalier pride that we figure Globalyzer, a leading software internationalization tool, is the only commercial software that features a toilet plunger in its interface. Obviously that flies in the face of internationalization (i18n) convention regarding use of culturally sensitive images in software. But if you’ve ever had to find and externalize strings without Globalyzer, you understand the metaphor pretty quickly.
Finding and externalizing strings in large amounts of code without Globalyzer is repetitive, tedious, error-prone and really not very fun at all. It can cause a serious distraction from other product critical feature development and bog
teams down.

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