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Subject: Re: raising the bar in language support

Re: raising the bar in language support

From: Dave Wiard <>
Date: 2005-06-29

Daniel Stenberg wrote:
>> Overall I like this proposal. The only thing I don't really understand
>> is the difference between <source> and <dest>. What is the
>> thinking/purpose here?
> <source> is the source string in english. <dest> is the translated
> string in another language. <voice> is the voice-adjusted string for the
> translated language.
> Simple example (for swedish):
> <source>
> *: "press PLAY to resume"
> h100: "press SELECT to resume"
> </source>
> <dest>
> *: "tryck PLAY för att fortsätta"
> h100: "tryck SELECT för att fortsätta"
> </dest>
> <voice>
> *: "trykk plej foor att fortsatta"
> </voice>

Ah! My confusion came becuase I was expecting the translation in
<source> like the current .lang files are. But I like splitting them as
your design suggests.

Received on Wed Jun 29 00:07:33 2005

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