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[babel-dev] Babel is now setup for Juno

Happy New Year to everyone! Are you ready for Juno?

I had some free time last week. I did some maintenance and preparation for
Juno on the Babel server.

First of all, Denis and I had a discussion a few months back, thinking that
translations for Galileo (Eclipse 3.5) and earlier release trains are very
stable. There are not many new translations specifically for Galileo and
earlier release trains. Therefore, starting after R0.9.1, we will stop
building the language packs for Galileo (Eclipse 3.5), Ganymede (Eclipse
3.4), and Europa (Eclipse 3.3). We will build language packs for the 3
latest release trains and drop the oldest one every year.

In R0.10.0, we will build the language packs for Juno (Eclipse 4.2/3.8),
Indigo (Eclipse 4.1/3.7), and Helios (Eclipse 3.6). Language packs for
older release trains are still available at the Eclipse Babel Project
Archived Downloads page:

Secondly, I did some preparation for Juno. I started extracting the strings
for Juno projects into Babel. I tested the Eclipse IDE for Java EE
Developers package with Babel Pseudo Translation Language Packs for Eclipse
, Datatools , Marketplace Client , Mylyn , Target Management (RSE) , and
Webtools installed. I confirmed that the string extraction, existing
translation sync-up, language pack building processes all working as
expected. Try the Juno language packs from the latest integration build:

Other projects in Juno can start defining map files and update sites for
Juno. We will extract new strings periodically.

Happy translating and testing Juno!

Kit Lo
Eclipse Babel Project Lead
IBM Eclipse SDK (IES) Globalization Technical Lead
IBM Rational solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM)
Globalization Technical Lead

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