On 10/11/2013 11:26 PM, Tom Davies wrote:
OmegaT sounds like the main tool i was looking for.
I feel I still ought to warn you from my own
Yes, OmegaT is, /de facto/, the only serious
tool of description available open-sourcely (and
not tied-in into some specific context).
However, OmegaT's automation may covertly
skew/corrupt the result when working with object
having complicated structure, as I learned to my
own detriment when trying to apply OT to the LO
PO files set.
I believe the root reason for that is
segment-based translation for which OT was
initially created. This is from memory so there
are no more details.
I understand you'll translate (monolithic) LO
documents so you'll likely be okay, but still,
beware. :) Backup early etc. :)
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