If you eat blowfish without it being prepared properly, it will kill you. Likewise, if you do not prepare your software to properly handle various scripts, it will kill your international markets.
-Ken Lunde, Adobe Systems, Inc.
Welcome to the ILOC.COM multilingual resource forum. This site is a guide for creating international software, how to tell if your software is internationalized, and where to turn for more detailed information. Please click on the links in the navigation bar to the left to browse information for the following topics:
- To return to this page from any other page, click Home.
- For a guided introduction to internationalization, click Guided Tours.
- Software developers will be interested in browsing Checklists for internationalization (I18N) and localization (L10N) development issues.
- System support folks will find valuable tidbits by clicking Infrastructure.
- Software testers will be interested in browsing Testing for internationalization and localization testing issues.
- Software developers will also find value browsing Source Code.
- Answers to frequently asked questions can be found in our FAQ page.
- Many online references are available by clicking References.
- Click Terminology for a glossary of internationalization and localization related terms.
- Click Encodings for a glossary of character encodings.