[MonoDevelop] Welcome Page Localization Patch

Scott Ellington scottell.lists at gmail.com
Wed Nov 29 18:02:24 EST 2006

On Wed, 2006-11-29 at 09:21 +0000, Gideon de Swardt wrote:
> The only down side I see with doing it straight in the code is that you have
> to add an Xslt parameter for each string you want to translate in the C# as
> well as the xslt, before you would be able to reference it from within the
> xslt. 
> This is not the case with using the xml document to store to the content.
> With the content declared and stored in the xml it means less maintenance
> when adding or changing content. Instead of having to add parameters to the
> C# and Xsl, you would only have to add more elements to the content xml
> document.

Well, changes are pretty rare.  I just think I would avoid relying on
the xml/xsl for translation and keep it simple by sticking to the tried
and true method.  No since adding complexity...just means more
maintenance later.


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