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 Posted: Sun Apr 11th, 2010 11:31 pm
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I have a base file called Base.resources, and 2 localized files called Base.es.resources and Base.es-ES.resources

When I add the Base.resources file to a project, Sisulizer automatically recognizes the 2 other localized files in the Project Wizard, but it does not actually import the localizations.

If I however, convert all 3 files to .resx files, then the import of Base.resx works fine and the other 2 localized files are loaded correctly.

Another interesting thing is that all 3 .resources files appear in the Project Wizard - Select File page, whereas in the case of .resx, only the Base.resx appears.

Any ideas? (Converting all .resources file to .resx is not an option as a workaround)

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 Posted: Sun Apr 11th, 2010 11:38 pm
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We haven't tested importing from .resources but from .resx or compiled assembly files (.exe, .dll).

I will chech this. Can you zip your .resources files (original and localized) into a ZIP file and upload it to me. Use the Private Upload button.

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 Posted: Mon Apr 12th, 2010 12:38 am
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Thank you for the files. I fixed both bugs. The next Sisulizer build (303) correctly imports data from localized .resources files. Also it does not show the localized .resources file in Project Wizard.

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 Posted: Mon Apr 12th, 2010 01:44 am
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Thank you Jaakko.

This is the fastest ever resolution of an issue from a vendor in my 20 years in the IT business. Great work. Thanks.

Massoud

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Jaakko.Salmenius wrote: We haven't tested importing from .resources but from .resx or compiled assembly files (.exe, .dll).

Are you sure it's tested for binaries? I have the same problem when importing an .EXE that already has two satelite .DLLs.

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It has been tested on EXE. Can you send me your original assembly and the satellite assembly files. Zip them into a zip file and click Private Upload.

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 Posted: Mon Apr 19th, 2010 11:11 am
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Another question (I'm new here, I hope it's the right place):
I tried to create a new sisu project from my Visual Studio 2005 solution (.sln), which contains many C++ .NET projects in subfolders (.vcproj). Sisu scanned all the solution tree, but reported "Project does not contain any resources to be localized" - for all of them. What's wrong?

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Hi,

I guess with C++ .NET you mean managed C++. Have you set the localizable flags of your .NET forms? This is needed to move the strings in your forms to resources.

Hope this helps

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 Posted: Tue Apr 20th, 2010 03:50 am
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noam wrote: Are you sure it's tested for binaries? I have the same problem when importing an .EXE that already has two satelite .DLLs.

Thank you for the files. There was a bug in Sisulizer and I fixed it. Now it can correctly import your satellite assembly files.

New build (303) will coime out in few days.

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noam wrote: Another question (I'm new here, I hope it's the right place):
I tried to create a new sisu project from my Visual Studio 2005 solution (.sln), which contains many C++ .NET projects in subfolders (.vcproj). Sisu scanned all the solution tree, but reported "Project does not contain any resources to be localized" - for all of them. What's wrong?

Sisulizer can not localize managed C++ projects (.vcproj). It can localize C# and VB.NET projects and also unmanged C++ EXE/DLL/OCX files.

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Jaakko.Salmenius wrote: Sisulizer can not localize managed C++ projects (.vcproj). It can localize C# and VB.NET projects and also unmanged C++ EXE/DLL/OCX files.

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  • But it can localize managed C++ binaries (EXE / DLL), like the ones I've sent you, right?
  • Do you have plans to support managed C++ projects? Most of our projects are like this, so it will be a consideration when buying a localization tool.

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noam wrote: But it can localize managed C++ binaries (EXE / DLL), like the ones I've sent you, right?
Yes. You can localize managed C++ binaries

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noam wrote: Do you have plans to support managed C++ projects? Most of our projects are like this, so it will be a consideration when buying a localization tool.

No plans. The reason is that .vsproj file format is very different from .csproj and .vsbproj. Our current scanner can only read C#/VB kind of project files.

We recommend C++ users using binary localization.

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noam wrote: Do you have plans to support managed C++ projects? Most of our projects are like this, so it will be a consideration when buying a localization tool.

What Visual Studio version do you use?

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Microsoft Visual Studio 2005
Version 8.0.50727.762 (SP.050727-7600)

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Visual Studio 2005 and even 2008 used very different project file format for managed C++ compared to C#. This is why we do not support managed C++ project.

In Visual Studio 2010 managed C+ project file format is similar to C# and we can add support for that.

Right now binary localization is the only way for you if you use Sisulizer.

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