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==NetBeans I18N (Internationalization) Information==
==NetBeans I18N (Internationalization) Information==

Current revision as of 18:24, 6 November 2009

NetBeans I18N (Internationalization) Information

Contact kfrank@netbeans.org for more information or with comments or questions about these pages.

This information is not about translation (localization) itself of NetBeans into other languages

NetBeans specific I18N information, guidelines and requirements for developers and writers who are developing modules and code for NetBeans itself)

 (with pointers to general i18n information on java and other programming and scripting languages)

NetBeans I18N Guidelines, Requirements for developers;The main document on this topic

The above document does point to some of the other documents mentioned in this next section below.

Specific pages about some topics about NetBeans i18n requirements and guidelines for developers

these pages are linked to from the main requirements document above







i18n functionality and features *provided* by and within NetBeans itself


Information on i18n readiness activities done by NetBeans teams like developers, docs, and build engineering

these are activities and deliverables and processes related to enabling a translated release of NetBeans to happen - such as production of l10n kits, multilingual builds and installers, etc. 

I18N Readiness Activities

References and other information

Java i18n information references (with sections on i18n of other programming or scripting languages being added)

I18N definitions and background

How to run english windows in other locales and be able to see the fonts and input characters of that locale (using Chinese and Japanese as examples)


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