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Examples of XLIFF 2.0

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Bonjour le Monde ! It looks like this XLIFF 2 is structured more simple. In the third example you can see a word marked as term. How about letting CafeTran add this to the glossary either automatically or semi-automatically? Quick Term Harvest feature. Either per segment or per file.

>How about letting CafeTran add this to the glossary either automatically or semi-automatically? Quick Term Harvest feature. Either per segment or per file.


Per file has the advantage that you harvest terms that aren't necessarily marked as term in the current segment.


Per segment has the advantage that you can have a closer look at the context.

XML cannot represent most control characters as normal text, even when using the standard escape notation. Nevertheless, because such characters may exist in extracted text (for example in software strings) XLIFF must be able to represent them. The <cp/> element takes care of that. For instance, <cp

hex="001b"/> represents the charac- ter Escape (U+001B)

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