Translate CleverCleaner into your own language

If you want to translate CleverCleaner into your own language, at first you need the current gettext-language file (default.pot) which you can get here.
Now, although you can translate this file with any text editor, I would recommend you use poedit which makes it easier to translate it. After you have installed and started poedit, you can just create a new catalog and follow the instructions.
As soon as you have translated CleverCleaner, you can send the new translation file (.po) to the Patch Tracker so that it can be implemented.

2 thoughts on “Translate CleverCleaner into your own language

  1. Thanks a lot for the Japanese translation. I’ve added your translation to the new published Version 2.0.0rc2. Can you please check if the Japanese translations works? I couldn’t check it on my system.

    I made some tiny changes on the English translation. It probably doesn’t affect your translation. But could you update your translation with the new default.pot file for the Final Version. Thanks.

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