A command line interface for Transifex
Transifex Command-Line Tool
Whether you have experience with the command line or not, this interactive tutorial is intended for everyone who wishes to learn how the Transifex client works. There is no need to download anything - Just click on the link provided above, and follow the instructions.
For more information about TX client, please visit our documentation guide here.
The Transifex Command-line Tool enables you to manage your translations within a project without the need of an elaborate UI system.
You can use the command line tool to create new resources, map locale files to translations, and synchronize your Transifex project with your local repository. Translators and localization managers can use it to handle large volumes of translation files. The Transifex Command-line Tool can help to enable continuous integration workflows and can be run from CI servers like Jenkins and Bamboo.
Click here for complete documentation on the Transifex Command-line Tool via our documentation site.
You can install the latest version of transifex-client running
pip install transifex-client or
Build transifex-client for Windows
Download transifex-client sources via git or github archive.
git clone https://github.com/transifex/transifex-client.git
- Download and unpack https://github.com/transifex/transifex-client/archive/master.zip
Download and install Python.
At this step choose the right version of python (2.7, 3.5, 3.6 or 3.7) and x86 or x86-64 instruction set.
Make sure pip marked for installation(default for latest installers).
Suppose that Python installed to
python.exeaccessible via PATH environment variable or cd to directory containing python.exe.
python -m pip install pyinstaller
This command will install
PyInstallerpackage and its dependencies.
Change directory to transifex-client folder and run command:
python -m PyInstaller contrib/tx.spec # or pyinstaller contrib/tx.spec
dist/tx.exewill be created as the result of build process.
Transifex Client is primarily distributed under the terms of the GPL License (Version 2.0).
See LICENSE for details.
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