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Intlize allows the developer to use catgets without its normally bulky syntax and without having to mind the details of correct indices. Catgets is the built-in internationalization suite of C compilers. Alternatively, Intlize can produce a compact file format optimized for fast access. Intermediate files are in gettext po format, so there are many comfortable tools available to do the translations. Runtime files are provided for C and C++ and for both catgets and intlize native support.

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  •  19 Mar 2012 01:35

Release Notes: This release fixes a bug which prevented the use of iso-8859-2 ... iso-8859-16 encodings and one which discarded the whole message if a single character was not in the selected charset.

  •  17 Feb 2012 22:52

Release Notes: This version of libintlize returns an error message when i5e_getmsg is called before i5e_open. Older versions caused a segmentation fault in that case.

  •  13 Apr 2010 12:00

    Release Notes: The runtime support for the native format has moved to libintlize. The documentation has been adapted accordingly, while the program intlize remains unchanged.

    •  05 Jan 2010 18:17

      Release Notes: Support for iso-8859-16 koi8-r, koi8-t, and koi8-u encodings has been added. The C++ runtime files have been modified accordingly. Compatibility with gcc > 4.2 has been established.

      Release Notes: The optional catgets runtime interface has been added. Intlize itself and the documentation have been adapted accordingly.


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