Teach Your Eclipse to Speak the Local Lingo

In this new Eclipse Corner Article, Teach Your Eclipse to Speak the Local Lingo, author Kit Lo describes how you can locate, download, and use language packs to localize Eclipse into your favourite language.

Here, for example, is Eclipse 3.1.1 in Russian:


And, here it is in Arabic (Egypt):

Note how the text flows right-to-left in this example.

I guess that our next step has to be to convert the article into a few of the supported languages. Anybody game? I’m already working on the Canadian version…

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2 Responses to Teach Your Eclipse to Speak the Local Lingo

  1. Willian Mitsuda says:

    Wayne, is there a way for the community to contribute in the translation?I’m using the Brazilian Portuguese language pack for a RCP application, and there are some bad translations.

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