Is ther some localization management tool which runs in FreeBSD and

- connectors to CVS or SVN (i.e. pulls/stores the source and translated
  files there)
- extracts text pieces for translations from various file formats, like
  XML, HTML, PO, ASCII, ... presents these extracted strings for
  translation and writes the target file with the translated strings;
- keeps somehow track of already translated text pieces and offers the
  translation nextime the (modified) source file is opened again;
- does some checks, for example if the length of the translated string
  will fit, some kind of aspell/ispell checks, ...
- export/import of extracted strings and its translation to give a way
  the work of translation to translators;

Thanks in advance

Matthias Apitz
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