[jdev] jabber localization project?

Jonathan Dickinson jonathanD at k2.com
Wed Aug 20 10:58:41 CDT 2008

You can probably get away with most licenses by seeing the file as opaque and loading it at boot up. I.e. You don't copy and paste a single thing from it, rather you read it and fill internal tables and whatnot.

But I would _really_ like to do client lookups via a .Net resx file, and I am sure that other people have their preferences.

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> my two cents...
> I am not an expert in this license things,
> but I know that some license influence the source, the work and the
> destination.
> Let's assume this localization project use license A, but the client
> use license B. there must not any license violations between A and B.
> I have no idea if all license allow this.
> Peter
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