|Re: Translation memory [message #576545 is a reply to message #24322]
||Wed, 24 December 2008 11:57
Originally posted by: atoulme.intalio.com|
Yep, we have a syncup script that runs every week.
Translations provided by syncup are flagged as possibly false, people
can review them.
Wim Van Leuven wrote:
> Hello all,
> I've seen the Devoxx presentation on babel and am interested in the
> project to support the translation of our own software. We use eclipse
> for development.
> What I was wondering is whether the babel project somehow tracks
> translated sentences for reuse when new resource bundles are provided. I
> mean that as three projects all define a 'Save ...' function, babel
> could detect this and reuse previous translations to suggest a
> translation for the new bundle.
> Hence babel would sport some kind of translation memory.
> Thanks in advance for any input in this matter!
> Kind regards,
> Wim Van Leuven
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