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Jspresso Developer Studio Translation helps you to manage your resource bundles internationalisation (i18n) property files by editing them directly from within your java editor !
Just select any java string literal and right click on it to open the contextual popup menu... then select Jspresso>Translate
Tooltip supports : fly over your string literal to display the current translation... and activate hyperlink to open the translation popup !
Also supports multiple bundles.
NEW LUNA supports
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Whenever I want to add a string to the resources bundle via "Right click > Jspresso > Translate...", it suggests as key the string i entered as value.
E.g. the key for string "a test string" is "a test string" with spaces in it. This is annoying, because you have to edit the keys afterwards again and remove all spaces.
Submitted by Luca Pertile on Fri, 2016-08-05 05:41
I tried on Eclipse Neon. Even if I set .properties file positions, pattern name and list of wished language, the plugin doesn't automatically create the real file. Until I manually created it, the plugin didn't give me translations panel.
Submitted by Gernot Belger on Sun, 2012-11-04 03:51
This is a great idea, as it would allow to translate all strings directly on the fly and would avoid the usual messy properties file roundtrip, at least while coding.
Sadly, it works with one fixed message location, so it is not much use for projects consisting of more than one plugin/project. Would be nice if it would use the same mechanism that eclipse uses to show the i18n tooltip (i,e. automatically find the right message bundle).
Submitted by Maxime HAMM on Tue, 2013-05-21 06:01
In fact it works for multiple property files locations !
You have to set up all locations in the project property page...
For example :
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