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Complete list of all languages that XTRF supports

fredrik.rudberg 1 year ago updated by Marek Joniec (XTRF Product Manager) 1 year ago 2

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XTRF does not exactly "support" languages like CAT tools do. It can use whatever you define as a language. 


It makes use of pre-defined languages, which are used as parameters on quotes, projects, client and vendor rates. There is a list of default, built-in languages that come in every new XTRF deployment (+250 items). Authorized users can change it by editing, adding and removing languages. 


Note that local varieties are treated as separate languages. 


XTRF uses a set of standard parameters to make languages 'understood' by users, vendors and CAT tools it integrates with. 

These are:

  • display name
  • short name / symbol
  • ISO 639-1 Code
  • ISO 639-2 code

Languages are found and defined among System Values, as shown below.



Answer
Under review

XTRF does not exactly "support" languages like CAT tools do. It can use whatever you define as a language. 


It makes use of pre-defined languages, which are used as parameters on quotes, projects, client and vendor rates. There is a list of default, built-in languages that come in every new XTRF deployment (+250 items). Authorized users can change it by editing, adding and removing languages. 


Note that local varieties are treated as separate languages. 


XTRF uses a set of standard parameters to make languages 'understood' by users, vendors and CAT tools it integrates with. 

These are:

  • display name
  • short name / symbol
  • ISO 639-1 Code
  • ISO 639-2 code

Languages are found and defined among System Values, as shown below.