This is the command localizep that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
localize -- produce Interchange localization file from set of pages
# $Id: localize.PL,v 2.11 2007-08-09 13:40:57 pajamian Exp $
"localize -l lg_CC [-d lg_CC] [-m file|-t] file [file2 file3 ...]"
Helps manage Interchange pages by finding, adding, and merging localization strings.
Rewrite [L] sections with [LC]text[do_DO]text[/do_dO], adjust file and data --
mutually exclusive with "-o".
Create default domain file with Locale lg_CC as prefix
Create file with Locale lg_CC as prefix. This is mandatory unless in -c mode with "-m"
Read existing information to merge from <file>. Can contain multiple locales.
When in "-c" mode, prefix MM_ to make minimate_compatible; when in regular mode, strip
MM_ from [LC] defs
Don't write comments in the output.
Rewrite [L] sections with [L msgNNNN], adjust file and data. Mutually exclusive with
Two page mode, mutually exclusive with "-m."
Directory with (UI) menu database files, e.g.
"/usr/lib/interchange/lib/UI/pages/includes/menus". This can be used to include the
menu titles in the output.
lg_CC refers to the POSIX norm of specifying two-letter language and country codes to
refer to a locale.
Two-page mode requires two files (one for each language) to compare and merge into one
The merge file for the "-m" option should use the Perl reference form -- see the
Interchange documentation for more information.
If [L msg_key]default text[/L] keys are found, will produce a comment with the default
text for reference.
A backup file (filename.html.bak) is saved if "-o" is used, but only one level. Subsequent
.bak files will be overwritten.
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