Uttered Karsten Wade <kwade(a)redhat.com>, spake thus:
How should the files live? In the same directory as the other XML,
with a country code identifier?
Yes. Side-by-side. foo-en.xml and foo-de.xml will make life easier.
On the other hand, in-line translation also works. Each paragraph
gets an attribute (it already defaults to "en" IIRC). The translated
paragraphs can be placed under the "en" paragraph with a "de"
attribute, or whatever. Then, we start up the xmlto setting the
desired language. Personally, I like this method best.
Haven't done either approach very much, but these are common
suggested approaches. TCF, what is your take?