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Eclipse: Building Commercial-Quality Plug-ins, Second Edition by Dan Rubel, Eric Clayberg

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Image Chapter 16. Internationalization

If a plug-in developer’s audience is to be wider than a single country, such as the United States, then internationalization becomes an important aspect of development. Both Eclipse and the underlying Java runtime environments provide APIs for separating language and UI-related issues from the code. This chapter covers the techniques involved and provides examples of internationalizing the example plug-in.

Every application—and an Eclipse plug-in is no exception—includes dozens of human-readable strings that present themselves to the user in windows, dialogs, and menus. Isolating those strings so that they can ...

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