GSplit, GUnite and Self-Uniting programs
have multilanguage support: all texts and messages can be translated in
your own language. Each translation is available in an external file: GSplit
language files are given the extension .GSL.
To download a language file, right-click it below and choose Save Target As.
Then, go to the directory where GSplit is available (GSplit.exe) and place the
language file in the "Languages" subfolder.
Currently the following translations for GSplit 3 are available and were
provided by third-party users.
How to choose a translation
Select Tools | Environment Options. Then choose the language you want
using the combobox; you can also browse for an existing language file.
Note that GSplit automatically selects the best language according to your user
locale when you run it for the first time.
How to edit/make new translations
You will find all language files in the GSplit's "Languages" subfolder. They are
just XML files with a different extension.
To make a new translation: translate the different XML entries into the language
of your choice, and be sure to update the properties, especially names and LCID
(see this page for the list of all locale IDs available:
Finally, save the new language file in the "Languages" subfolder, choose your
new language as explained above, close GSplit and restart it again.
If you wish, you can send us your language file and we
may publish it on this page, so other users may benefit from your work.
Note that language files are both used by GSplit, GUnite and Self-Uniting
programs, so be sure to translate all resource strings.
The language files on this page are provided "as is" with no express or implied
warranty for accuracy.