Three simple steps to localize
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Select Format sheet lets you select the file format. Sometimes it is necessary to further differentiate file than only based on the file extension. In these cases several file formats use the same file extension but the actual file data is different. This sheet shows a list of file formats that share the same file extension. Select the right file format from the list. Check Show all file types to show all file formats in the list and not only those that use the same file extension as the selected file. Read more about file mappings. If you are importing data you can read more about importing data.
The following paragraphs contain additional information about file formats where more that one file format share the same file extension or there existing two or more ways to import data from the file.
There are five kind of Windows binary files all having the same extension (.exe, .dll and .ocx). They are:
|.NET assembly file||A .NET application or library compiled with any .NET compiler such as Visual Studio or RAD Studio.|
|C++Builder binary file||A WIN32 application or library compiled with C++Builder using VCL or FireMonkey component library.|
|Delphi binary file||A WIN32 application or library compiled with Delphi.|
|Visual Basic binary file||A WIN32 application compiled with Visual Basic and using resource strings to store all string data.|
|Windows binary file||A WIN32 application or library compiled with any other compiler such as Visual C++. This file uses standard Windows resources.|
There are two kind of Java source files (*.java). They are:
|Java resource file||A Java source code file containing list resources. If you select this Sisulizer either localizes the list resource file or then imports translations from the file.|
|Source code file||A Java source code file. If you select this Sisulizer either localizes the source code file making localized copies from the original file, or imports translations from the file.|
PO files can be imported in two ways. They are
|PO file||When importing Sisulizer imports the translations from the selected file based on the context value. This can only be used if your project contains a PO file having the same context values as the imported file.|
|PO file pair||When importing Sisulizer read two PO files, original and translated, to get original/translation language pairs and imports the translations to the project.|
There are three kind of text files all having .txt file extension. They are:
|.NET resource file||If you select this Sisulizer localizes or imports .NET text resource file.|
|Text file||If you select this Sisulizer localizes a text file.|
|Localized text file||This is available only when importing data. When importing this assumes that the import file has the same format as the file included to current project. If the format is different select Regular expression defined text file in below.|
|Regular expression defined text file||This is available only when importing data. If you select this Sisulizer will show Text file sheet that lets you specify the format of the file. If the format of the file is the same as the file included to the current project select Localized text file in above.|