[Mono-aspnet-list] i18n of ASP.NET MVC Application with Mono
antoinecailliau at gmail.com
Wed Sep 28 01:39:46 EDT 2011
I'm on a mac without any windows beside me. It'll be hard to try :)
But anyway, thanks for your answer.
If anyone has experience in i18n of an app running mono, I'll be happy
to read her/him.
Or if someone has a resx example file.
On 27 September 2011 22:39, Nathan Bridgewater
<nathan at integratedwebsystems.com> wrote:
> Unfortunately, I don't. I haven't actually used resource files in MVC myself
> Are you using Windows for your workstation? If so, you can try using Visual
> Studio Web Developer Express for things like that and then bounce back to MD
> for the rest. The 2010 VS express editions are pretty capable. I think MD
> and VS can share proj files a little bit. I've bounced back and forth
> sometimes just messing around.
> Hope that helps
> On Wed, Sep 21, 2011 at 2:50 AM, Antoine Cailliau
> <antoinecailliau at gmail.com> wrote:
>> My main problem is there is no editor for resx files in MD.
>> I'm ok with editing these files manually if it is XML but I need at least
>> one example. Do you have some?
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Antoine C.
>> On 20/09/11 20:25, Nathan Bridgewater wrote:
>>> Try the traditional MVC way and see if that works first.
>>> This was written for MVC3, but I'm betting the same concepts should
>>> apply across the board. Hope this helps!
>>> On Tue, Sep 20, 2011 at 2:50 AM, Antoine Cailliau
>>> <antoinecailliau at gmail.com <mailto:antoinecailliau at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> My question is simple: what is the best way to translate an asp.net
>>> <http://asp.net> mvc
>>> application running under mono.
>>> After some research, it is not clear whether mono (and md) supports
>>> files. Can someone bring me to light ? :)
>>> Thanks in advance,
>>> Antoine Cailliau
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>> Antoine Cailliau
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