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SecondLanguage is a Gettext library written in C#.NET that provides support for.MO and.PO files. It's mainly targeted towards English language applications, and it is not designed for translation and localization. It provides the following features: - Reads.MO and.PO files - Supports plural forms - Supports context (like in German or Spanish) SecondLanguage Dependencies: SecondLanguage has no dependencies other than.NET Framework 2.0 and Microsoft VCL How to Install SecondLanguage: To install the Gettext library, follow these steps: 1) Unzip the package 2) Place the SecondLanguage.dll file in your /bin folder 3) Ensure that the /bin folder is included in your PATH variable How to use SecondLanguage: To use SecondLanguage, you need to add the SecondLanguage.dll to your project. There is a Sample application that you can find at the root of the ZIP file. To use SecondLanguage, in your project: 1) Create a new Text Resource File 2) Add this text file to the X.Y.Z.Localizable.cs file of your project 3) Open this file using Notepad and remove any content you see there. This file is what you need to translate. 4) Put the translation file in your project (inside the root folder) 5) Compile and deploy your application In the root folder you should have two new folders: - MyProject.resources (contains your translation) - MyProject.resources.en.nop (contains English strings for reference) Here are some sample strings you might find in the Gettext resource file: getText = "I'm the title of my String" getText.value1 = "String description" getText.value2 = "This is a description for the second string" getText.count = "5 string translations" The First String in the above example is called MyProject.resources.en.nop, which should look something like this: getText = "I'm the title of my String" getText.value1 = "String description" getText.value2 = "This is a description for the second string" getText.count = "5 string translations" The Second String in the above example is called MyProject.resources, which should look something like this: getText = "This is a description

 

Application to manage language translation. This application is developed using.NET Framework 4.0. Installation steps: 1. Extract zip file to any folder 2. Open command prompt 3. Go to "SecondLanguage" folder 4. Run console application 5. Add.NET Framework 4.0 to GAC 6. Create new project 7. Copy & paste application code to new project 8. Run application 9. Let's test application.

 

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Try it out now: Click here to download TranslationsManager One of the easier to use application to translate your.MO files to.PO files. Create a.MO file with a message and a set of codes. The codes are used to determine the translation. Select the "Translate" and then save the new.PO file. Simple! Here's some sample.MO file: # 'this is a sample message' with codes: '1' msgid "this is a sample message" msgstr "this is a sample message" context "1" example "1" Note: You can choose to use the provided.NET API to create your messages and.PO files. You can use.NET file I/O if you prefer. Try it out now: Click here to download MO-Adapter MO-Adapter is an open source.NET library for reading.MO files. MO-Adapter provides the functionality for the following classes: MsgsAdapter MsgsReader TranslateBuffer Note: I recommend using the library, and creating your own message file. MO-Adapter is a starting point for that. You can also create your own.MO files. 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