Localizer (was RE: Localizer - Transcriptlator - opinion request)

MisterX b.xavier at internet.lu
Sun Aug 8 02:10:58 EDT 2004

Seems the localizer will be jut a localizer then...

Thanks Mark. 

> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:use-revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com]On Behalf Of Mark Wieder
> Sent: Sunday, August 08, 2004 00:09
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> Subject: Re: Localizer - Transcriptlator - opinion request
> MisterX-
> Friday, August 6, 2004, 10:44:02 PM, you wrote:
> M> The last piece I added to this stack is a parser that finds
> M> all your local assignments and puts them into the script if
> M> missing. This script also recognizes also the locals assigned 
> We're obviously thinking along the same lines here. I've just been
> finishing off and getting ready to publish my Stack Analyzer that has
> this as one of its tasks (also namespace conflicts, unquoted string
> literals, etc).
> M> So the question is whether this last script should be made
> M> available separately in a stack from the other translators?
> My feeling is that this is a separate feature from cross-language
> translation. They're obviously related issues, but there are some
> things that are rev-specific, or are at least frowned on in other
> languages, and that therefore seem to be out of the realm of
> translation itself. I'm in particular thinking of the strong typing
> present in C and java, and to a lesser extent in basic.
> BTW - if you start a new thread with a real subject line instead of
> replying to the middle of an existing one there's more of a chance it
> will be seen. I missed your original message the first time through
> because it was buried in a thread that I was ignoring.
> -- 
>  -Mark Wieder
>  mwieder at ahsoftware.net
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