2 Replies Latest reply on Jan 26, 2004 4:01 PM by Viet

    Internationalisation?

    Vincent Newbie

      Hi,
      I have only just downloaded the jave implementation of nukes and have had little time to play with it yet. It looks like a great addition to the java world, so well done.
      I'd like to know it there is any internationalisation features built in as standard, like struts? Is it possible to specify regional resource bundles for user prompts etc?
      Also I'd liek to know if it will work in UTF-8 as I have to develop a website that needs translating into non-western fonts?

      Thanks for any answers you can give.
      Vince.

        • 1. Re: Internationalisation?
          Martin Konzett Newbie

          Yes,

          there are built-in internationalisation features. You just have to add the translated property files for a module (e.g. Resource_de_AT.properties) to the correct package and run ant.

          See http://www.jboss.org/index.html?module=bb&op=viewtopic&t=35650

          Julien!

          Is anyone working on these features?
          As I started the German version, I found a lot of hard coded English messages and I externalized them to their desired place. I will have finished the translated version (and the reworked English one) first thing next week. How do you think we should merge the code in this case.

          Regards,

          Martin

          • 2. Re: Internationalisation?
            Viet Master

             

            "cooper" wrote:
            you can have RW access to the CVS and perform all the translations updates by yourself.

            first give me something to replace, I will commit for you, later you will do it by yourself