[Ilugc] Please guide
lug at chandrashekar.info
Tue Jun 20 08:12:59 IST 2006
> > AFAIK, all the above listed languages do support
> > i18n.
> not ruby
http://raa.ruby-lang.org/search.rhtml?search=i18n can't be
wrong! Can it ? If it could serve the Japanese, it would as
well serve us (Indians) too ;-)
Freelance Open Source Software Technologist,
PS: I have no first hand experience with i18n/L10n on
ruby, but I know of some who do.
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