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[Bug 2883] Reword reference to "Localization Properties" in "Out-of-scope" section

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Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2006 16:58:42 +0000
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------- Comment #2 from ysavourel@translate.com  2006-03-29 16:58 -------

In order to close this issue we need to make sure everyone is on the same wave
length about "XML localization properties". This is one of the discussion topic
for this week.

My definition of the term "XML localization properties" (I think in accord with
Christian's) would be something like:

"XML localization properties" is a generic term to name the mechanisms and data
formats that allows localization tools to be configured in order to process a
specific XML format. Example of "XML localization properties" are: the "Trados
DTD Settings" file, the SDLX "Analysis" file.

So I would agree with Christian's wording (after removing one 'cover' and one
'does' from the first line).
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