You can import your Localizable.strings file from your iOS/macOS project directly into eclypse. Sample strings file is shown below:
/* Localizable.strings company name Created by Veronica Beaumont on 18/11/2024. Copyright © 2024 company. All rights reserved. */ /* Insert Element menu item */ "Insert Element" = "Insert Element"; /* Error string used for unknown error types. */ "ErrorString_1" = "An unknown error occurred.";
Note: Strings file can optionally contain comments.
When adding a Localizable file, the contents of your file have to conform to the following standards:
|File Encoding||UTF-8||This file has to be encoded with UTF-8 standard.|
|Plural Handling||iOS Strings||Strings files do not include plural keys. You have to use another file type to localize plural content. Learn more.|
|Placeholder Pattern||iOS Style||Strings files can contain Apple's format specifiers which follow IEEE printf specifications. Learn more.|
|New Line||Unix Style||Strings file should be encoded with Unix style new line endings.|