The localization of a Java Product implies the translation of the names of the EXE launcher and INI configuration file, from the Files and Folders page.
For any language, the name of the launcher and that of the configuration file must differ without modifying the extension.
The default extensions (.exe and .ini) must be preserved.
Mac OS X package localization
Mac OS X has a native support for multi language bundles so the resulted package will contain the translations for all languages.
The localizable items of a Mac OS X application are:
- The display the name of the Java Product. It's value is defined by the name of the Java Product.
- The caption of the default menu item created for the Java Product. This value is also defined by the java product's name.
- The associated document types' description. You can localize this value from the ProgID Properties dialog.
- The package's root directory display name. This is the Product Name property from the Product Details Tab page.