The TMX Localization Editor allows for the viewing, editing, and saving of localization data in the TMX open standard. Based on locale4j and written in Java/Swing, it is a quick and useful tool for localizing applications. Currently, the editor implements the TMX 2.0 draft specification.
|Tags||Software Development Internationalization Localization Desktop Environment tools|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: TMX file output was made cleaner. The text areas to enter in translation values were made larger. When saving out a TMX file, the file will be sorted alphabetically, no namespaces will be appeneded onto tag names, and leading/trailing whitespace is now trimmed from values.
Release Notes: This latest release contains a few small but important changes. A new feature allows a user to edit a TMX file, then export only the modified values as another TMX file. Another small change allows the highlighting modes to be disabled.
Release Notes: The source was restructured to keep things better organized. Along with the changes to structure, the editor is now a bit "smarter" and contains a few new features. There are two new highlighting modes. The first allows the user to see what has been modified since the last save/open/new file. The second shows the user which keys do not have values defined for every language. The user is warned before overwriting the file currently being edited when the user tries to close, open, or create a new file.
Release Notes: Basic editor functionality to add and remove languages and keys. Can create, open, and save TMX XML files.