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[TSVN] Java guru's around?

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2005-04-04 19:05:33 CEST


Some days ago, Lübbe suggested to use the KDE way of translating our
docs. The problem is though, the tool KDE uses to extract the strings to
translate from the docbook sources only runs on *NIX, not on Windows.
I've had a look at the sources here:
it's not very complicated, if you have a decent xml library at hand.

So my question is: are there any java guru's out there who would like to
create such a tool? AFAIK java has xml already built in, so it wouldn't
be too much work.

The tool would have to do:
- take a docbook xml file, extract all strings which need translating,
write those strings to a pot file.
- take a po file and a docbook xml file, replace all strings in the xml
file with the translated strings of the po file and write the translated
xml file somewhere.

any volunteers?

(of course, if you like you can use any programming language which also
runs on windows).


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