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ClassBased-I18n

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A new(somewhat weird) way that manages i18n messages using java file.

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ClassBased-I18n is a console program which provide you some convenience when handling i18n resource bundle files with eclipse IDE. ClassBased-I18n saves i18n messages into java file(therefore class file). And using that files, it generate resource bundle files(ie, *.properties).

Through that way, ClassBased-I18n provides two attractiveness.

The first one is that you can be accessed quickly to a real message based on a message-code from a jsp(or java) file just by typing F3 key.
And the second one is that you can read or modify messages which are written in serveral languages in accordance with a message-code through the editor screen at once.

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Intended Audience

Developers

User Interface

Console/Terminal, Command-line

Programming Language

JSP, Java

Registered

2012-11-07

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