flo at rootof.net
Mon Jun 27 09:36:41 EDT 2011
thanks for the hint. So what I have to do is remove all my xibs first, move them to the en.lproj, copy them to de.lproj and whatever I have, rewrite the strings and then? How do I re-add them to the MonoMac project? I think this approach screws the order of the files up, right? When I drag a new xib to my project the corresponding files are not automatically added, right?
Thanks a lot
On 26.06.2011, at 13:59, Michael Hutchinson [via Mono] wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 8, 2011 at 11:25 PM, flohei <[hidden email]> wrote:
> > in Cocoa I would normally use NSLocalizedString or, for resources, right
> > click them and add a localization. So what is the proper way to do that in
> > MonoMac?
> Same way as Cocoa, create a [langcode].lproj subdirectory for your
> localized resources and have them copied into the app bundle by
> marking them as Content, and use
> NSBundle.MainBundle.LocalizedString(key,comment) to get strings from
> the strings file.
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