Multi-Language-Support iOS

Pierre Sahores psahores at free.fr
Thu Nov 18 13:05:00 EST 2010


Harald,

Seems good ! I just use, for my own, a function witch contains items & lines delimited rows, one sentence per row and a different translation per item.

Best,

Pierre

> Hello all,
> 
> while waiting for my first app to be reviewed I'm planning the next apps
> and also think about a better multi-language support. I hope one of the
> next versions of the iOS-Plugin will support language detection :)
> 
> In my first app (english/german) I used text files for labels and texts which
> have to be shown in seperate languages. Not very elegant.
> 
> For the next version/app I'm think about building a function which extracts
> all long IDs of objects in all stacks which have a custom property called
> "localize" (for example), which I then will put into an array and save as a
> file. So I would have a "database" of elements which have to be translated.
> This data could be completed by translators (friends, myself) with different
> languages. I would load this array while starting the app to set all labels/texts
> to the language which is choosen/detected.
> 
> How do you think about this way, any better ideas?
> 
> Best regards,
> Harald Müller._______________________________________________
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