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Continuous Localization through Memsource Translation Connector for Git

Last Updated: Aug 28, 2017 10:21AM CEST
Memsource allows for manual or automated localization of content located in Online Repositories or CMS. In addition to the standard option Git connectors provide some additional feature which allow for even more effective continuous localization.
For more information, please visit our dedicated Connectors and Automated Project Creation sections.

Last commit changes

Git connectors allow users to distinguish files that have been updated or added in the last commit. This

allows project managers to easily identify content that has been changed and directly select these files for translation.
This option is also automatically applied for rules set up for Automated Project Creation.

Monitoring of specific files only

The Automated Project Creation allows you to monitor not only the entire folders where new content can be uploaded, but it is also possible to determine which of the files should be monitored.
In context of Git connectors and IT development 
practices, it is more likely documents would only replace each other with the newer version than having completely new files imported into designated folders.
With this setup, organizations concentrating on software localization can maintain their specific structure of folders and documents in them and simply let Memsource monitor the files that should be considered localizable. This option also eliminates accidental imports of documents that are not really intended for translation, but still need to be contained in the same folder as translatable content (e.g. Readme files).


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