Sorry I should have responded on here.
The general process is to begin editing the PO files for the translation
(there is already a spanish translation). If you are unfamiliar with PO
files, they are defined by the GNU Gettext project which is a long
standing means to perform translations. See
There are many PO file editors out there. At the end of the day, a PO
file is just a specially formatted text file so you can really even just
use a text editor if you wish. The special PO editors simply add extra
useful fluff on top; stuff like highlighting which entries are "fuzzy"
(potentially needing translation), etc.
The Red Hat translation team have agreed to take over ownership of the
translations, so we need to coordinate with them in terms of doing
translation work. I have asked them how they would like this to happen.
I will let you know as soon as I hear from them.
Thanks for your interest in helping out! :)
On 03/30/2010 04:32 AM, Emmanuel Bernard wrote:
Somebody asked the same question about two months ago. Maybe you want to sync with him as
Here are links to the thread on how to do the translation:
On 29 mars 2010, at 22:04, Wilfredo Rodriguez wrote:
> Hi guys
> I'm thinking of translating the entire Hibernate Core manual to
> spanish, what are the steps?.
> Thanks in advance
> Lcdo. Wilfredo Rafael Rodríguez Hernández
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