Sunday, June 10, 2007

Port your code around the world with m17n.

To make Linux® applications usable worldwide, with no inequity between Western dialects and the rest of the world's many languages, you must be able to deliver localized versions that input, store, retrieve, and render any language, no matter how complex. The multilingualization library, or m17n, provides a single internationalization solution for all languages on UNIX®-like platforms. read more

No comments: