>Because if you delete the Data.fs the translations go away. If you have
>multiple installations of Zope, and you need to change one translation, you
>would have to update each instance. If you upgrade Zope, new translations
>would not appear, and so on.
>Not very practical. :-)

Agreed; therefore the next version of ZBabel will come wit facilities that 
handle that/

>The translation of Zope, and also of other products that you install, need
>to be a part of Zope or the products. When you install a product, the
>translations should be installed at the same time.

Well, no. Because then the products would get too large. The better 
approach is to allow an online sync, again, which comes with the next 
ZBabel version.

> > I thing that the store ist only filesystem based.
>Well, then the "war" between Localizer and ZBabel will end right here and
>right now. :-) Both solutions are needed for an integration of
>internationalization in Zope. Both products/methods should be integrated
>into one product for Zope 2.5 and the inserted into the Zope3 core when the
>bugs are removed.

Well, all the i18n developers will have a meeting early January in Europe 
with Jim Fulton in a 2-day brainstorming session.


Stephan Richter
CBU - Physics and Chemistry Student
Web2k - Web Design/Development & Technical Project Management

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