31 May 2007
The CSLA .NET community has been very fortunate, in that people from all over the world have contributed their time and effort to build CSLA resource files for many languages. In CSLA 3.0 I added some new resource strings, and so there is a need to add some new translations to each language's resx file.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
If you are willing to update (or create a new) resx file for your language that is very kind. You will gain the benefit of having the proper translations, as will your fellow countrymen.
You can also get the resx files from here:
The English file is called Resources.resx, and it is the master list.
For most language files, this view should give the differences since version 2.0:
Knut Vonheim kindly put together a spreadsheet listing the new, obsolete and continued values for the resource file. It may be helpful for anyone doing more translations. You can get it from:
Not all language files have been kept in sync at all times, so you may want to check your specific language to make sure it is completely correct and complete.
Once you have updated your language's resx file, please EMAIL THE RESX to rocky (at) lhotka (dot) net.
For reference purposes, I have created a wiki page with the list of languages for CSLA 2.0 and 3.0
I'll keep updating this location as I get translations from people and add them to CSLA 3.0. Right now, the following languages are complete:
Thank you for helping the CSLA community!
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