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Source (The Code Project), posted 2010-06-13

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Avatar BillHenn on 2010-06-22

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Describes how you can localize a WPF application in real production environment.
"Generally speaking, to localize a wpf app/lib, we have got various of ways, among which using a tool named locbaml.exe is the most popular one. You can find this tool within this article. Other ways have also been mentioned in Microsoft official site, they may tell you to use static resources (e.g. "{x:static resource_namespace.propertyname}" ) or dynamic resources (e.g. "{ Dynamicresources propertyname}"). But you will encounter complicated trouble shooting scenarios when using static resources (you cannot see the resource strings using visual studio xaml designer, and sometimes you visual studio will crash when debugging the application), also, the coding style is a bit annoying/tedious in this case since you need to refer to the resource property name instead of the real value."
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