Java+ is a Java preprocessor that adds its features to any Java compiler. It has long, multi-line strings with executable inclusions like Perl or Ruby, optionally segregates Java+ strings into ResourceBundle files, eliminates the need for JSP or ASP and their implied need for Java compilers on deployment servers (a security concern), and adds absolutely no overhead in either space or time. There are graphical and command line interfaces, and a simple, general, and recursive string syntax.
Jolomea (JOomla LOcalisation Made EAsy) is a component to facilitate the localization process of a Web site made with Joomla. An XLIFF / PO export/import feature is included. For example, the files can be imported into the Google Translation Tookit or under POEdit. Joomla 1.5 localization files can be edited online within the backoffice. Google Translate can be used to translate the missing keys.
Konjugator helps with learning or interpreting verb forms in Welsh. It produces a list of around 200,000 inflected verb forms for almost 4,000 Welsh verbs, along with English glosses and parsing information. It attempts to conjugate Welsh verbs that are unknown to it, and will give parsing details for random Welsh verb forms if these are known to it.
Kumulate gives a graphical overview of progress on a tree of translation (.po) files. For each one, as well as showing the actual statistics, it will show a box: the horizontal (left-right) axis is a color-coded representation of progress on the translation, and the vertical (up-down) axis represents the relative size of the module or file.
LGI is a lightweight GUI library and application framework. It supports cross-platform widgets, threads, Unicode, a multi-language resource file in XML (with graphical editor), drag and drop, common dialogs, network support with implementations of common protocols, and an HTML control.
Colossal Mind Language Detector detects a user's preferred language. It parses the HTTP Accept-Language header and determines the most suitable language for the user from a list of supported languages. The detected language can fallback to a language associated with the user's country in case the Accept-Language header is not sent by the browser. The detected language can be stored in a cookie to avoid needing to detect the language again in subsequent requests.
LanguageSys is meant to internationalize your applications. It handles the access to language files, which are based on an INI style. It is possible to precompile the language files to increase the speed of processing. This system is focused on being highly object-oriented, so it makes the language aliases aviable as member variables of the own class. It contains a system to fetch a list of all the available languages by a given directory where the language files are located. A distinction of languages is drawn as RFC1766 recommends. Examples, documentation, and a simple script to precompile your language files are included.