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Categories: Localization

Author: eduardj

Latest version: 0.9.7
Added 2007-02-20

Application that helps in the localization (l10n) of programs that have been internationalized following the Java's standard internationalization (i18n) mechanism.
In short, PRBeditor allows the edition of resource bundle files. In contrast to other similar tools, it shows the keys and values of several languages at the same time, in a spreadsheet, giving a global vision of the resources files.

Features include:
- Allows the modification of multiple language files at the same time
- Filtering of keys according to a regular expression
- Spell checker
- Line coloring according to user-defined patterns
- Merging of two resource file sets
- Embedded translator for simple common words like File, Copy or Cancel
- The user can create special tools that have a string attached. Every time the user activates one of those tools, the string attached is inserted into the cell currently being edited. Useful when your keyboard does not accommodate to the languages you are translating to.
- Multiple views, each one with its own filter
- Estatistics: number of empty cells and number of keys matching user-defined patterns
- Conversion of HTML special chars into HTML codes
- Shows internationalized text as it would be seen in the program
- Supports key bookmarking; Sorting of keys; Multi-line comments
- Supports Copy/Cut-Paste operations of multiple lines; Undo/Redo; Find and Replace

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