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Re: ITS to XLIFF conversion and roundtripping

From: Felix Sasaki <fsasaki@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 31 Jul 2008 19:00:28 +0900
Message-ID: <48918D3C.4040604@w3.org>
To: Yves Savourel <yves@opentag.com>
CC: public-i18n-its-ig@w3.org

Hi Yves, all,

Yves Savourel さんは書きました:
> Hi Christian, all,
>> I wonder if it would make sense to address these two facets loosely 
>> coupled. With regard to the page/information you have put together, 
>> this could boil down to tackling the decorator (which is related to 2. 
>> above) as one activity, and tackling the bridge from the decorated XML to 
>> XLIFF (which is related to 1. above) as a separate activity. This 
>> separation of concerns could help with a division of labour. It would 
>> for example enable an XLIFF expert to refine the sample transformation 
>> you have crafted.
> That sounds like a good idea. 


> There are two parts:
> A) the decorator: it takes XML+ITS and generate a decorated temporary file.
> B) the XLIFF converter that takes the temporary file and generate XLIFF(+Skeleton in some form) and provides also the converter back
> to the original format.
> It may be that we'll have other example of applications that use the temporary decorated XML for other purposes, or that we can
> generate the decorated XML another way.
> Will you have time to move the XLIFF part to a new area Felix?

I moved the XLIFF part out of
and added for whose who want to play with the Translate Decorator a 
download section, see
including batch files (for usage with and without external rules). Maybe 
you can put the XLIFF part into a new place, with appropriate naming of 
the page etc.? I will send the Wiki source to you privately.

>  If not let me know and I can try to do that.
> At some point it may make sense to have all this code (and the one for the Java processor) under some version control system that is
> accessible to everyone.

Agree. We can do that whenever you like.


> -ys
Received on Thursday, 31 July 2008 10:01:40 UTC

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