It also can support the WordPress MU platform and allows explicit WPMU plugin translations.
Unpack and upload it to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress.
- Automatic detection of gettext ready components like WordPress, Plugins or Themes
- Creation of new language translation files at choosen language (ensures correct plural definitions too)
- Inplace adjusting of .mo/.po file permissions to be able to tranlate it
- Component specific (re)scan of source file to build the updated catalog entries
- Wrapping multiple plugins using same textdomain into one translation unit (like plugin and it's widget(s))
- Extended editing of full gettext catalog assisted by using Google translate API
- Full catalog search (exact match) with instant result set view for source or target language
- Correct handling of language dependend plural forms by providing appropriated edit dialog
- First support of WMPU plugins started at version 1.60
- Complete WordPress support related to multiple textdomains included (since WP 2.8 nad higher)
- Complete support of developer code comments for translators
- Complete support of context based gettext functions and displays this at editor qualified
- Supports also translation of non gettexted code parts, that marked as to be replaced in PHP files directly
- Handles textdomain separation for each module (WP, Plugins, Themes) to avoid standard textdomain usage been part of *.mo file
- Support of Theme language file sub folder (introduced at WordPress version 2.7 and higher)
What is new in this release:
- Bugfix: sub directory detection for language files at plugins/themes sometimes accidentally failed.
- WordPress 2.5 or higher
- PHP Interpreter version 4.4.2 or higher
- PHP Tokenizer Module