did you get the solution ?
On Wednesday, 8 August 2012 15:07:33 UTC+5:30, Bens wrote:
We have started a small GWT project which needs to support multiple languages. For that we go for internationalization technique in GWT. As far we read the GWT Internalization module, static implementation was simple but for that we need to re-compile each and every time we change any thing in properties files or while adding new labels & languages. It is ok when we change labels and add new languages. But for replacing gramatical and verbal errors in the properties files for other languages, we have to re-compile them.
So, we analyzed and checked whether we can move the properties files alone from the interface calling location to separate location away from project and call them externally. But localization in GWT requires the properties files need to be in same location, where the respective interface calls are done. Is there any other way to do this?
Also, we came to know the GWT supports internalization using dynamic string method, where we can write all the labels in the hosted HTML page change them for each language using Java-Script calls. Can this Dynamic String Internalization supports the change (in multiple languages) for the labels declared in UIBinder and its java class.? If so, can anyone explain it with simple example...
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