The English strings get added to the files in the "Languages" directory and 
so you should just be able to give your translator the appropriate file 
from that directory.

Spanish, for example:

'Clear RAM': 'Limpiar RAM',
'Click on the link %(link)s to reset your password': 'Pulse en el enlace 
%(link)s para reiniciar su contraseƱa',
'click to check for upgrades': 'haga clic para buscar actualizaciones',
'client': 'cliente',
'Client IP': 'IP del Cliente',
'Close': 'Cerrar',

On Sunday, September 18, 2016 at 3:43:09 PM UTC-7, icodk wrote:
> I have a  web2py application, where all  text is in/are: T("text in 
> English") Now I need to translat it to another language, even found a 
> person willing to do it. What will be the best way to give him  language 
> file so he can translate it without giving him access to the administration 
> of the site ? As to start with, he don't have to see the context 
> immediately, just to translate most of the easy staff.
> Thanks

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