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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Translation


A few years back, I have used OmegaT for translation, and really liked it. Also, its community is really helpful. 
Swordfish is commercial but was cheap back then, and had good support (haven't tried it with docbook files).
(We use the <lang>/dir/file structure, because it is much easier to maintain, IMHO).



On Tue, Aug 2, 2016 at 10:48 AM, Fredrik Unger <fred@tree.se> wrote:
Dear all,

I have a question about Translations. What tools do you recommend to
more professionally translate docbook files.
I have looked at OmegaT and Pootle a bit so far but not really taken a
dive to set up a whole chain.

I do keep my Docbook files in a structure in git (git annex for images):


I am not using the OmegaT setup which rather suggests

I am looking for an easy interface to translation also for people who
are not so familiar with XML (friends). What other solutions are there ?

Wishlist: Modern open source translation memory application with git
integration and docbook support, preferably under any os using any
editor (emacs), on-line would work, but then server "on premise", eg my
laptop, and not on the Internet.



Sent from my Android device with K-9 Mail. Please excuse my brevity.

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