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Category Archives: l10n
On localisation and security
Hot on the heels of Uli’s post on the problems of translation, I present another problem you might encounter while localising your code. This is a genuine bug (now fixed, of course) in code I have worked on in the … Continue reading
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Walking a mile dans ses chausseurs
The word ‘translator’ has an interesting history. In the Anglo-Saxon language, ‘wealhstod’ meant “learned in Welsh” more or less, and described someone who could parlay with the important members of the local British tribes. As is often the case with … Continue reading
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