Open Source Projects: "Open XLIFF Filters"​ and "XLIFF Manager"​

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Rodolfo M. Raya (rmraya@maxprograms.com)
Chief Technical Officer, Maxprograms
First published at LinkedIn, Oct 2018

The Java code that converts files to XLIFF and back in Swordfish and Fluenta has been enhanced to work with Java 11 and published as open source in GitHub.

Open XLIFF Filters is an open source set of Java filters for creating and merging XLIFF 1.2 and 2.0 files. Source code is hosted in GitHub at https://github.com/rmraya/OpenXLIFF. Ready to use binaries for Windows, Linux and macOS are available in this web site, at Open XLIFF Filters and Downloads.

XLIFF Manager is an open source graphical user interface for Open XLIFF Filters written in JavaScript. It is a cross-platform application and you can get installers for Windows, macOS and Linux at XLIFF Manager's page and at Downloads. Source code is also in GitHub.

With Open XLIFF Filters you can create XLIFF files that don't use proprietary markup and are compatible with most Computer Assisted Translation (CAT) tools.


XLIFF Manager on Windows 10

About the author
Rodolfo M. Raya

Rodolfo Raya is Maxprograms' CTO (Chief Technical Officer), where he develops multi-platform translation/localisation and content publishing tools using XML and Java technology. He can be reached at rmraya@maxprograms.com.

Related Pages
  • Open XLIFF Filters
    Java tools for creating, merging and validating XLIFF 1.2 and 2.0 files.
  • XLIFF Manager
    Graphical user interface (GUI) for Open XLIFF Filters.