Multi-Language Add-In for Visual Studio

Multi-Language Add-In for Visual Studio 4.72.0136

Multi-Language Add-In for Visual Studio

License:Shareware
Platform:Win2000, Win7 x32, Win7 x64, WinServer, WinVista, WinVista x64, WinXP
Added:2010-12-19
Updated:2012-02-04 12:43:06
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The Multi-Language Add-In provides an easy way to add localization to Windows Forms, ASP.NET, WPF and C++/MFC projects. It is fully integrated into Visual Studio and runs in dockable tool window.
These are some of the major features:
- automatic detection of text strings in your project, including texts in the user interface (for example in the form designer or an ASP page) and texts in the source code
- stores translations in a project database in XML format
- selection of individual texts for translation
- hiding texts which do not require translation
- add comments to texts as an aid to translation
- simple grid editor with one column per language
- export to Excel or OpenOffice spreadsheet for professional translation
- import completed translations back from the spreadsheet
- automatic online translation with Microsoft or Google translators (subject to support for specific combination of languages). This is a great way to make a quick demonstration version in another language, but not suitable for a released product.
- global database of reusable translations (translation memory)
- support for different project types (Windows Forms, ASP.NET, WPF, MFC)
- support for different programming languages (C#, VB.NET, C++, unmanaged C++)
- generates supporting code automatically
- can add support for switching between language at runtime
- can add a language selection dialog to the project
- support for far eastern languages
- select or hide texts in the source code with regular expressions, matching either the contents of the text string, or the surrounding code on the same line