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If you find a bug in gted PLEASE let me know!
Bug reports can be posted here or you can write an email to: simon@gted.org

Every bug report will help to make gted more usable for everybody!
Thanks a lot!


News

  • 13.09.2013: gted 1.7.0 released
  • 13.05.2013: New update site
  • 06.02.2012: gted now on github
  • 24.02.2009: gted 1.5.2 Bugfix release
  • 23.02.2009: gted 1.5.1 Bugfix release
  • 13.01.2009: gted 1.5.0 released.
    Two new features: --default-domain is configurable and for the Java people -r option is now available.
    Thanks a lot to Martin for providing the -r patch!
  • 12.08.2008: gted 1.4.1 released with Java 5 support. Sorry!
  • 12.08.2008: gted 1.4.0 released
  • 19.07.2008: new gted Tutorial from Pavel Mendl.
    Thanks a lot Pavel!
  • 07.04.2008: gted 1.3.0 with two bugfixes released!
  • 11.02.2008: Today Zoran Regvart joined the project!
    Now we are two people working on gted and we hope to release new and better versions faster and more often!
  • 26.09.2007: Website now on own domain www.gted.org!
  • 27.01.2007: Tutorial: Using gettext in Java 5 (or later)
  • 11.01.2007: gted has now an Update Site! http://gted.sourceforge.net/update

Features

  • gted (GetText EDitor) is an editor for gettext po files.
  • Integration of gettext Tools (xgettext, msgmerge, msgfmt)
  • It is developed as Eclipse plugin and therefore very useful for developers (and translators) using the Eclipse IDE.
  • gted has been tested on:
    • Windows XP SP2, Eclipse 3.3, Java 1.5.0_11
    • openSUSE Linux 10.2, Eclipse 3.3, Java 1.5.0_12
    • Mac OS X 10.4.10, Eclipse 3.3, Java 1.5.0_06

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Entries panel (horizontal)
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Entries panel (vertical)
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Source panel
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Project properties
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Header editor
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Preferences
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Installation


Examples

  • You can find an example of a Java project in the CVS repository
  • Check out the Eclipse project net.sf.gted.example.java
  • It includes a launch configuration
  • The example is based on the tutorial

Bugs, Feature Requests and Support


Team

  • Simon Martinelli, Switzerland
  • Zoran Regvart, Croatia

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