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From Immanuel Hayden <>
Subject Re: Easier translation?
Date Mon, 22 Oct 2012 19:09:25 GMT
Ah, I see :)
Seems the tool that was mentioned in the "how to translate" guide is just
messing me then ... created a .metaprops and .properties file for each file
I poked into ... will see what I can figure out :/

On Mon, Oct 22, 2012 at 7:28 PM, sebb <> wrote:

> On 22 October 2012 11:32, Immanuel Hayden <>
> wrote:
> > Hi all!
> >
> > Yesterday I started poking around the translation a little bit (because I
> > started jmeter at my home machine which is set to german and was confused
> > by having about 50% translated and 50% not ... which is really strange to
> > look at). Long story short: after I came to "File name" for the third
> time
> > I was thinking: why we don't have these really common strings in one
> place
> > only so they would be easy to translate and esp. only occur once, but
> > spread out over the whole place and multiple times?
> > So, the question is: how could this be done? eg. have a central static
> > class somewhere with the most common strings (eg. "File name") which
> could
> > be expanded with time or are there any other/better solutions?
> There is a single file with all the English
> strings in it; translations exist as (etc.).
> There may well be duplicate values with different names in this file;
> that is unavoidable, as generally the property names are local to a
> GUI class.
> If the GUI layout changes, the meaning of a field may change subtly,
> in which case there could be problems if the value needed to change
> just for this GUI field.
> In generatl, it's not trivial to determine whether the different
> properties with the same values really refer to the same item.
> There are also separate files for the TestBean
> classes; AFAIK this cannot be changed.
> I don't think there is a solution to this that would not cause other
> (worse) problems.
> > br and thx for your advice,
> > Imm

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