(l10n) Adapting a product to meet the language, cultural and other requirements of a specific target market "locale".
Localisation includes the translation of the user interface, on-line help and documentation, and ensuring the images and concepts are culturally appropriate and sensitive. There may be subtle cross-cultural considerations, e.g. do the icons make sense in other parts of the world?
Internationalisation is the process that occurs during application development that makes localisation easier by separating the details that differ between locales from the rest of the program that stays the same. If internationalisation is thorough, localisation will require no programming.
The abbreviation l10n means "L - 10 letters - N".
Whilst on the subject of aerials, a word may be said on the localisation of wireless telegraph stations on the Marconi system.
localisation of geo-perceptive layer in Nymphæa: Experiment 186.
The argument of localisation is not upset by the existence of ruins in Peru.
One peculiarity about the city is the localisation of trades and professions.
Whatever be the localisation of the tic or tics, this is the technique to adopt.
Whatever be its localisation, it will determine a spasm in our sense of the word.
Moreover, the localisation of various departments of the trade within Lancashire is still more remarkable.
Their sociological structure with no localisation of totems and classes contributed to their power of expansion.
These statistics further confirm the localisation of the benzoyl group in the cellulose residue.
Mr. Ward thinks the localisation a late one, and that practically there is no authority for it of an older date than the romances.