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    Default how can i find what's new line in language file?

    i want to translate the zimbra 4.5 language files ,but how can i find what's new line in language file?

    i suggest the new lines adding in language files should put to the end the file.
    this will help people who want to translate new version files.

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    Default Finding Diffs

    Hi-- right now I believe you have two options for finding new strings:

    StefanD has kindly written a script to compare files and check for diffs: http://www.zimbra.com/forums/showthr...3558#post23558

    Also, AndyC has built in a tool to the Sourceforge Xtras project that will let you see a near real time view of the latest English file compared against the latest translations -- check out this:

    http://zimbra-xtras.sourceforge.net/l10n-status.html

    When you click on % complete for a language you will see:

    missing - these are new strings in the English file (which you should add at the bottom of the localization and translate)

    duplicates - these are strings not yet localized

    obsolete - these are strings no longer used by the English file that still appear in the locale (ignore)

    Quote Originally Posted by nxzwt View Post
    i want to translate the zimbra 4.5 language files ,but how can i find what's new line in language file?

    i suggest the new lines adding in language files should put to the end the file.
    this will help people who want to translate new version files.

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    unfortunatlly,the 2 links you give can not get any tools !

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    The sourceforge tool is largely manual; it will allow you to see a list of the strings that need to be translated (you can copy paste i suppose).

    for the other tool, please review this thread at the top of the localization forum:
    Translations Process – README

    here's the link again as well:
    http://www.zimbra.com/forums/showthr...3558#post23558

    Quote Originally Posted by nxzwt View Post
    unfortunatlly,the 2 links you give can not get any tools !

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