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Digital Guide to Developing International Software.

By: Digital Equipment Corporation, Corporate User Publ.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Saint Louis : Elsevier Science & Technology, 2016Copyright date: ©1991Description: 1 online resource (402 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781483297415.Subject(s): Computer software -- Development | DEC computers -- Programming | Software compatibilityGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Digital Guide to Developing International SoftwareDDC classification: 005.1 Online resources: Click here to view book
Contents:
Front Cover -- Digital Guide to Developing International Software -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Foreword -- Preface -- Chapter 1. The Concept of Internationalization -- 1.1 International Software -- Chapter 2. Digital's International Product Model -- 2.1 Components in Digital's International Product Model -- 2.2 Applying the Model to Software Development -- 2.3 The Importance of Market-Specific Components -- Chapter 3. International Text Processing -- 3.1 Character Sets -- 3.2 Guidelines for Coding Multilingual Data -- 3.3 Text Processing Requirements -- 3.4 Collating Sequences -- Chapter 4. Designing Localizable Software -- 4.1 Application and User Profiles -- 4.2 Developing an International User Interface -- 4.3 Local Data Conventions -- 4.4 Local Devices -- 4.5 Programming and Command Languages -- 4.6 Localizing Source Code: An Example -- Chapter 5. Designing Multilingual Software -- 5.1 Multilingual Software -- 5.2 Multilingual Products Versus Localizable Products -- 5.3 Planning Multilingual Applications -- 5.4 Designing Multilingual Software Products -- Chapter 6. Using the DECwindows Interface -- 6.1 International DECwindows User Interfaces -- 6.2 International Application Resource Databases -- 6.3 Local Conventions -- 6.4 International Text Processing -- 6.5 Local Devices -- 6.6 DECwindows Interface: Localizable Software Example -- Chapter 7. Using the VMS Operating System -- 7.1 DECforms User Interface -- 7.2 Messages in VMS -- 7.3 Local Conventions -- 7.4 Command Language Localization -- 7.5 The Terminal Fallback Facility -- 7.6 VMS Operating System: Multilingual Software Example -- Chapter 8. Using the ULTRIX Operating System -- 8.1 International Keyboard Support -- 8.2 The Message Catalog System -- 8.3 Creating Localized Programs -- 8.4 Local Conventions -- 8.5 International Text Processing.
8.6 IDATE: A Sample ULTRIX Program -- 8.7 Language Support Databases -- Chapter 9. Supporting Multi-byte Characters -- 9.1 Input of Multi-Byte Characters -- 9.2 Character Output -- 9.3 Editing -- 9.4 Character Casing -- 9.5 Character Searching -- 9.6 Character Sorting -- Chapter 10. Supporting Localization -- 10.1 Translation Markup -- 10.2 Translation Estimates -- 10.3 Localization Kit -- 10.4 Digital's Localization Platform -- Appendix A: Digital's Asian Products -- A.1 Hardware Platform -- A.2 Software Platform -- A.3 Chinese and Korean VMS Components -- A.4 Japanese VMS Operating System's Components -- A.5 Japanese ULTRIX Components -- A.6 Japanese DECwindows -- A.7 Japanese Multi-Byte Run-Time Library -- A.8 Chinese and Korean Multi-Byte Run-Time Library -- A.9 Japanese Screen Management Run-Time Library (JSYSMGSHR) -- Appendix B: Digital's International Market -- Appendix C: Language-Specific Collating Sequences -- Appendix D: Local Data Formats -- Appendix E: Creating a Bidirectional Text Editor -- E.1 Bidirectional Editing -- E.2 Hebrew Text Entry and Editing -- Appendix F: Database Source Language Syntax Description -- F.1 Rules for Building Identifiers -- F.2 Rules for Building Strings -- F.3 Rules for Building Constants -- F.4 Rules for Separating Tokens, Specifying Comments, and Using Directives -- F.5 EBNF Description -- Appendix G: Example Source Language File -- Appendix H: ISO Standards -- Appendix I: Addresses of Standards Organizations -- Appendix J: Additional Reading -- Glossary -- Index.
Summary: Already in use by hundreds of independent vendors and developers, here at your fingertips are the groundbreaking packaging and design guidelines that Digital recommends and uses for products headed overseas.
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Front Cover -- Digital Guide to Developing International Software -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Foreword -- Preface -- Chapter 1. The Concept of Internationalization -- 1.1 International Software -- Chapter 2. Digital's International Product Model -- 2.1 Components in Digital's International Product Model -- 2.2 Applying the Model to Software Development -- 2.3 The Importance of Market-Specific Components -- Chapter 3. International Text Processing -- 3.1 Character Sets -- 3.2 Guidelines for Coding Multilingual Data -- 3.3 Text Processing Requirements -- 3.4 Collating Sequences -- Chapter 4. Designing Localizable Software -- 4.1 Application and User Profiles -- 4.2 Developing an International User Interface -- 4.3 Local Data Conventions -- 4.4 Local Devices -- 4.5 Programming and Command Languages -- 4.6 Localizing Source Code: An Example -- Chapter 5. Designing Multilingual Software -- 5.1 Multilingual Software -- 5.2 Multilingual Products Versus Localizable Products -- 5.3 Planning Multilingual Applications -- 5.4 Designing Multilingual Software Products -- Chapter 6. Using the DECwindows Interface -- 6.1 International DECwindows User Interfaces -- 6.2 International Application Resource Databases -- 6.3 Local Conventions -- 6.4 International Text Processing -- 6.5 Local Devices -- 6.6 DECwindows Interface: Localizable Software Example -- Chapter 7. Using the VMS Operating System -- 7.1 DECforms User Interface -- 7.2 Messages in VMS -- 7.3 Local Conventions -- 7.4 Command Language Localization -- 7.5 The Terminal Fallback Facility -- 7.6 VMS Operating System: Multilingual Software Example -- Chapter 8. Using the ULTRIX Operating System -- 8.1 International Keyboard Support -- 8.2 The Message Catalog System -- 8.3 Creating Localized Programs -- 8.4 Local Conventions -- 8.5 International Text Processing.

8.6 IDATE: A Sample ULTRIX Program -- 8.7 Language Support Databases -- Chapter 9. Supporting Multi-byte Characters -- 9.1 Input of Multi-Byte Characters -- 9.2 Character Output -- 9.3 Editing -- 9.4 Character Casing -- 9.5 Character Searching -- 9.6 Character Sorting -- Chapter 10. Supporting Localization -- 10.1 Translation Markup -- 10.2 Translation Estimates -- 10.3 Localization Kit -- 10.4 Digital's Localization Platform -- Appendix A: Digital's Asian Products -- A.1 Hardware Platform -- A.2 Software Platform -- A.3 Chinese and Korean VMS Components -- A.4 Japanese VMS Operating System's Components -- A.5 Japanese ULTRIX Components -- A.6 Japanese DECwindows -- A.7 Japanese Multi-Byte Run-Time Library -- A.8 Chinese and Korean Multi-Byte Run-Time Library -- A.9 Japanese Screen Management Run-Time Library (JSYSMGSHR) -- Appendix B: Digital's International Market -- Appendix C: Language-Specific Collating Sequences -- Appendix D: Local Data Formats -- Appendix E: Creating a Bidirectional Text Editor -- E.1 Bidirectional Editing -- E.2 Hebrew Text Entry and Editing -- Appendix F: Database Source Language Syntax Description -- F.1 Rules for Building Identifiers -- F.2 Rules for Building Strings -- F.3 Rules for Building Constants -- F.4 Rules for Separating Tokens, Specifying Comments, and Using Directives -- F.5 EBNF Description -- Appendix G: Example Source Language File -- Appendix H: ISO Standards -- Appendix I: Addresses of Standards Organizations -- Appendix J: Additional Reading -- Glossary -- Index.

Already in use by hundreds of independent vendors and developers, here at your fingertips are the groundbreaking packaging and design guidelines that Digital recommends and uses for products headed overseas.

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