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Re: Summary (Re: A system for localizing documentation strings)

From: Jean-Christophe Helary
Subject: Re: Summary (Re: A system for localizing documentation strings)
Date: Thu, 2 Aug 2007 09:25:05 +0900

What matters is that the coder has easy access to the translation
database in a way or another _during_ the coding process without
having to refer to a separate file.

Would it count as close enough to "without having to refer" if access to
the separate file were automated?  Go to function (perhaps with
`find-function'), then invoke a hypothetical M-x find-doc-translations
(which would prompt for a function but default to the one at point) to go to its bank of docstrings? This would be completely non-intrusive, and
trivial to implement.

Where would be the translated string in that case ?

The idea is that the coder should be able to have the translated string in a position equivalent, or similar, to the English string.

Jean-Christophe Helary

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