You'll need to download the tool: http://okapi.sourceforge.net/downloads.html
Thanks for the files.
If your goal is to segment the input XLIFF file you normally need a simple pipeline that: 1) reads the file, 2) segment the source, 3) write back the file.
There is no need to create a translation kit or leverage or any other things.
The pipeline you are using creates a T-Kit, so that is why you have a .xlf.xlf output with different XLIFF data: you have extracted your XLIFF file into the XLIFF file of the T-Kit.
In your case you just need a pipeline with:
In the segmentation options:
- Specify to segment the source and select the SRX file to use.
- The other defaults are likely fine
Make sure your languages and encoding are set properly and you can execute that pipeline.
The *.out.xlf files created should have your entries segmented.
Note that entries with that have a single segment are by default output without segment markers.
This is because XLIFF doesn’t have a way to indicate if an entry with a single segment has been segmented or not.
I’ve attached the output as example.
I hope this helps.