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Subject: XLIFF OM diagrams
As promised last time in our call, we prepared simple class diagram on how we believe we can go about generic bilingual OM. As you can see, we added certain abstract objects which helps us to get to the properly working OM without having object of same functionality specified multiple times (e.g. ignorable and segment, tags, markers etc.)
Please also see xliff 2.0 partial with template args.png – that is diagram where we added serialized names.
As I said, it is a partial diagram – as a starting point for discussion if we took it from the correct direction. If anybody wants, I can also share the Astah diagram for further editing.
Patrik Mazanek l Product Owner – Translation productivity l SDL l Language Technologies Division l (T) +49 (0)1520 9098850 l (F) +49 711 780 4197
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Description: xliff-2.0 partial.png
xliff 2.0 partial with template args.png
Description: xliff 2.0 partial with template args.png