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README.md

TMXEditor

TMXEditor logo

TMXEditor is an open source desktop application designed for editing TMX (Translation Memory eXchange) files on macOS, Linux or Microsoft Windows.

TMX is a standard XML-based format used for exchanging Translation Memories used by CAT (Computer Assisted Translation) tools. TMXEditor allows editing the content of multilingual TMX files.

Licenses

TMXEditor is available in two modes:

  • Personal Use of Source Code
  • Commercial Installers

Source code of TMXEditor is free for personal use. You can download the source code, modify, compile and use it without limitations in your own computers. You cannot redistribute a version that you compiled or your modifications to the code.

Ready to use commercial installers are available at TMXEditor Home Page. You can try the commercial version for 30 days at no cost.

Commercial versions of TMXEditor can be installed in as many computers as desired. TMXEditor licenses are designed for use in one computer at a time and can be transferred from one computer to another in just a few seconds.

You can subscribe to Maxprograms Support at Groups.io and request peer assistance for the open source version there.

Commercial version includes unlimited email support at tech@maxprograms.com

Requirements

Building

  • Checkout this repository.
  • Point your JAVA_HOME environment variable to JDK 11
  • Run ant to compile the Java code
  • Run npm install to download and install NodeJS dependencies
  • Run npm start to launch TMXEditor

Steps for building:

  git clone https://github.com/rmraya/TMXEditor.git
  cd TMXEditor
  ant
  npm install
  npm start

This video shows how to build and launch TMXEditor: https://maxprograms.com/tutorials/TMXEditor_build.mp4

Compile once and then simply run npm start to start TMXEditor

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