Visual Studio 4-6

Multilizer supports localization of any 32-bit C++/VB application developed in Visual Studio. Localization of C++ applications is normally based on localizing resource scripts (RC files) or resources of a compiled application. Compiled Visual Basic applications have (at a maximum) only localizable texts in resources so localization is done better on the source code.

How does Multilizer localize C++/VB applications

Multilizer supports following types of localization

  • Binary localization (localize compiled VC++ or VB applications),
  • RC localization (localize RC-files of a VC++ project),
  • Minor VB projects can be localized with source code scanner.
Binary localization
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On localizing an application binary Multilizer reads the compiled resources from the application and writes out localized applications or an multilanguage binary.*

RC localization
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On localizing RC files Multilizer reads all RC files belonging to the software, and writes out localized RC files which developer uses for compiling the localized executables.
 
   

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*) Note! In compiled VB apps form resources can't get localized. [Read more...]