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Old 08-15-2005, 01:46 PM   #1
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Question Yast Text Translation For Internationalization

As part of a company project we have created a customized version of YaST. Now that we have most of our functionality in place, we need to provide for internationalization and/or localization of the product.

I'm looking for information on the internationalization/localization of YaST text strings. I know about the convention of specifying text strings with the format "_(string)" as the first step. And I know that the .pot files in each YaST package are involved in text translation. But that's about it.

Any help, documents, or good links to info would be greatly appreciated.

Michael Rose
(aka strangedub)


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