Lingua is the application that is going to be used to translate strings for REALbasic applications
Version:Lingua is the application that is going to be used to translate strings for REALbasic applications. It is a free tool which may be used to localize applications made with REALbasic.
Operating System: Mac OS X
The first step in localizing is to make 'dynamic' constants of any strings you want to be localizable. A common approach is to create a 'Strings' module, but you can put these constants anywhere. In REALbasic you can mark a constant as dynamic if its type is 'String.'
When all of your strings have been turned into dynamic constants, and you want to localize your application to another language, choose File->Export Localizable Values. Select the language you are localizing to, and select Export.
The file created can be opened by Lingua on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X.
Inside of Lingua, you are presented with a list of all the strings of your application. The values are grayed out when there is no localized version. If there are any different values specific to Windows, Linux, or Mac OS X, there will be an icon to the far right of the string in the list. Like the strings, the icons will be grayed out if the value is not localized.