方法一：XbenchXbench can handle TBX, and pretty much anything else you decide to toss its way.
My only problem with it is that it seems to run entirely in RAM, which would preclude me being able to use it in the long run for large collections of data. I only have 3 or 4 GB on Windows XP 32bit.
It does run entirely in RAM but that doesn't necessarily stop you from using it with large amounts of data. It's still the best tool I have for large TMs, so I have an Xbench project set up with about 2,5 million TUs in 10 or so files. They are all tab delimited as that's the most efficient format. They take 5+ minutes to load and take up about 900MB of RAM, but it works reasonably well.
Xbench should work with the MS TBX files, but you will lose the definitions, which is a pretty big drawback if you ask me.
This may sounds bad but it actually worked on my case.
You can try export your tbx file into a Tab Delimited .txt file, after that open it with Microsoft Excel, you can edit the terminologies directly on Excel then. (If you don't have a terminology database at first, simply just create a whole new Excel Workbook) When you finished the editing, save it as a Tab Delimited .txt file again, then import it back into your CAT software, everything is good to go now.
I'm have to admit this is not a good way, and Microsoft Excel is not a Free software either, unfortunately OpenOffice doesn't support this.
posted on 2011-07-13 10:56 我的翻译博客
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