Ini file localization is very simple in Sisulizer because it is visual and safe. The basic idea of ini localization it to parse the file, extract strings from it and create localized copy of the file where the original strings are replaced with the translated ones. The structure of the localized file is identical to the original file. Only the strings are different.
For example if we have the following ini file:
[germany] Name=Germany Population=82 Capital=Berlin Description=Germany or the Federal Republic of Germany is one of the world's leading industrialized countries, located in the heart of Europe.
In the above file Name, Capital and Description value need to be localized. When building the Finnish files Sisulizer creates the following ini file:
[germany] Name=Saksa Population=82 Capital=Berliini Description=Saksa tai Saksan liittotasavalta on yksi maailman johtavista teollisuusmaista Euroopan sydämmessä.
As you can see only the selected string have been replaced. Everything else (e.g. key and section names) are left unchanged. You can control what elements to localize by using Keys sheet of Ini dialog.
Only Name, Capital and Description elements in use and germany section are localized. Population element is skipped and left intact. All elements of japan section are localized including Population.
Sisulizer's Text\Ini directory contains Ini samples.