XML With Xliff

by MaTriXy » Mon, 13 Apr 2009 22:06:01 GMT


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 Hi,
I have seen projects with Xliff and wanted to know how exactly it's
used.
i saw it on the lock screen and wanted to do it myself
so i took this line:
    <string name="lockpattern_recording_incorrect_too_short">Connect
at least
    <xliff:g id="number">%d</xliff:g> dots. Try again:</string>

But i get XML Parsing Error until i erase the entire xliff tag...
Thx for replying.

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XML With Xliff

by Dianne Hackborn » Tue, 14 Apr 2009 03:49:00 GMT


 You probably need to declare the xliff namespace prior to its use.

Also the xliff stuff is only for localization; if you aren't giving your
strings to localizers (who use this information to determine how to handle
parts of the string), there is little reason for dealing with it.  Of course
if you think you may be doing this in the future, it is certainly not a
problem to pro-actively but the stuff in now.






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