[kdecat] Fwd: ANNOUNCE: XLIFF Tools project

David Gil al016950 at yahoo.es
Tue Feb 1 23:47:20 UTC 2005


Em pareix molt bona idea. Al final tindrem XML a la sopa! Una idea tan 
senzilla, i a la vegada tan potent, pareix mentida que no s'haja inventat 
abans... És un niu de creativitat.


David Gil

A Dimarts 01 Febrer 2005 23:13, Sebastia Pla i Sanz va escriure:
> Hola a tothom,
> Us reenvio aquest missatge que acabo de llegir a la llista kde-i18n-doc.
> Això pot tenir influència en un futur.
> Sebastià
> ----------  Missatge transmès  ----------
> Subject: ANNOUNCE: XLIFF Tools project
> Date: Dilluns 31 Gener 2005 22:40
> From: Asgeir Frimannsson <asgeirf at redhat.com>
> To: xdg at freedesktop.org, fedora-trans-list at redhat.com,
> kde-i18n-doc at kde.org, gnome-i18n at gnome.org,
> translation-i18n at lists.sourceforge.net, kbabel at kde.org,
> gtranslator-list at gnome.org, loc-dev at lists.localisationdev.org,
> translate-devel at lists.sourceforge.net
> Announcing Freedesktop.org's XLIFF Tools Project.
> =================================================
> XLIFF (XML Localisation Interchange File Format) [1] is an open XML
> standard for exchange of localisable data. XLIFF has many features that
> other localisation formats (such as Gettext PO) is lacking, including
> support for binary data formats, workflow support and inclusion of
> translation suggestions from e.g. TMX [2] based translation memories.
> The XLIFF Tools project aims to implement support for XLIFF in open source
> localisation workflows. Specifically, this project aims to:
>  - Develop XLIFF filters for common open source file formats (e.g.
> Gettext PO, Docbook, .desktop files, Glade/Qt UI dialogs)
>  - Implement and improve XLIFF support in open source localisation tools
>  - Implement tools to support XLIFF-based localisation in open source
> development processes.
> The first phase of this project will be focusing on the Gettext PO file
> format. As a first step, guidelines will be defined on how to represent PO
> in XLIFF. This guide will be submitted to the XLIFF Technical Committee for
> review and possible inclusion as the XLIFF 1.1 PO File Representation Guide
> [3].
> The first set of tools being developed are filters to convert between PO
> and XLIFF, based on the XLIFF PO representation guide:
>  - po2xliff: Convert a PO file to XLIFF
>  - xliff2po: Convert a XLIFF file back to PO
>  - xliffinit: Initialize a XLIFF file for a specific locale
>  - xliffmerge: Merge translated XLIFF file with newly created XLIFF
> template (similar to msgmerge for PO)
> For more information and to get involved, visit the project web-site
> [http://xliff-tools.freedesktop.org] and subscribe to the mailing list
> [http://lists.freedesktop.org/mailman/listinfo/xliff-tools].
> References:
> [1] http://www.xliff.org/
> [2] http://www.lisa.org/tmx/
> [3] http://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/xliff/200410/msg00009.html
> cheers,
> Asgeir Frimannsson <asgeirf at redhat.com>
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