Re: Where are the Microsoft Language Glossaries?

Subject: Re: Where are the Microsoft Language Glossaries?
From: Roslin Bensmann <R -dot- Bensmann -at- LB -dot- TU-BERLIN -dot- DE>
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 15:03:45 +0100

On Friday, 15.11.96, at 12:31 Simon North wrote:

> Could someone please tell me in which directory I can find the
> Language/Translation glossaries at The structure
> is about as logical as a random number generator and after seven
> failed attempts to download the index list I have lost patience (the
> transfer speed is dismally slow and their ftp server keeps severing
> the connection just before I've got the whole file).

As far as I know the Microsoft glossaries are at: /developr/msdn/newup/glossary

The latest terminology for FRN, GER, SPA, ITA, SWE, DUT, FIN, DAN,
NOR, RUS, CZE, HUN, POL, TUR, GRE, BRA_POR and PRC is contained in
separate .ZIP files identified by language/country name. The
compressed files cover various Microsoft applications and systems, not
just the simple subset found in the Microsoft GUI Guide. The files
are comma-delimited ANSI files that should be readable by most
software products. (Compuserve users can also check under `Other')

This information is a few months old, but as far as I know, it is still
up to date.


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