Tools for dealing with the .strings files for iOS and macOS
This is a Python toolkit for interacting with the localization files for iOS and macOS.
Read in a .strings file and print the entries:
import dotstrings entries = dotstrings.load("/path/to/file.strings") for entry in entries: print("Key: " + entry.key) print("Value: " + entry.value) print("Comments: " + "\n".join(entry.comments))
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