GNU Gettext for Delphi and C++ Builder

GNU Gettext for Delphi and C++ Builder 1.1

A translation toolkit for FreePascal, Kylix, C++ Builder and Lazarus
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A translation toolkit for Delphi, C Builder, Kylix, FreePascal and Lazarus.

Why you should choose this tool:

- Can be used for commercial, closed sourced, proprietary applications at no cost.
- Free. Easy deployment. Full source. Very good return of investment when convertering from Delphi ITE.
- No DLLs required and no DLLs involved. You can even embed the translations in the .exe file, so that your entire application deployment only consists of a single .exe file.
- Full support for frames, inherited forms etc.
- Well proven technology - has been used to localize thousands of applications.
- The translator can see the translated program in action before returning the translation to the programmer.
- Translator only needs Notepad, no additional software required
- The programmer decides what gets translated and what doesn't (unlike the ITE where the translator decides)
- Programmer can write comments for the translator
- Share translations between applications, reuse as much as you can from previous translations, and make computerized translations based on online dictionaries.
- Much smaller files than the ones produced by Borland's Integrated Translation Environment.
- If you should run your program with old versions of the translation files, it still works (unlike the Delphi ITE system).
- Very good translation tools for those who don't like notepad: Gorm, KBabel, POEdit. And they're free, too.
- Change language at runtime.
- Several languages at the same time if needed (imagine a localized invoice system that can send invoices in multiple languages that are different from the GUI language)
- Full Unicode support without depending on the Microsoft Unicode layer
- Supports for Kylix 3, Delphi 5, 6, 7, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, FreePascal, Lazarus and C Builder.
- Spellchecker (part of KBabel)
- Fully compatible with WINE
- Scriptable

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