locale4j , a Vermont Department of Taxes project, is a Java library for working with localization data. To find out the current development status, when the next version will be released and what new features will be included, check out the status page.
The latest release of locale4j is out! A few small but useful additions have been made. These changes mainly affect the format of the output TMX file. Translations are now arranged in alphabetical format, the "tmx:" namespace has been removed from the XML tags, and whitespace is properly trimmed from values as they are saved. Head over to the download section or grab it directly from here: http://downloads.sourceforge.net/locale4j/locale4j-1.1.4.tar.gz
We are excited to announce that locale4j 1.1.2 has been released. Currently it is still in its early phases and intended for developers and testers interested in helping the project along. After a bit more testing it should be ready for a stable release within the next couple weeks. This latest version addressed a few small issues such as being able to remove whole languages or individual keys from a language. A copy of the latest source can be downloaded from: http://downloads.sourceforge.net/locale4j/locale4j-1.1.2.tar.gz