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DeepL added glossary support in their API sometimes in the last year or so. See https://www.deepl.com/docs-api/managing-glossaries/.
When could we expect the plugin to support that option, including the ability to manage the upload/download/deletion of glossaries since they are different from the one used in the Web page.
As I’ve mentioned many times in this forum. We opensourced the code for the DeepL plugin and so any developer could do this.
But seeing as nobody else seems interested in doing it we’ll probably pick this up some time after the next release of Tradon Studio 2022 is out. We simply don’t have the available resource to look at this until then.
Hi Paul, I just stumbled across this post, thanks for giving an update on how the development of the DeepL plugin is going.
Regarding the "any developer could do this" part: I'm not a developer, but maybe I can forward this task to one of our developers (although, just like you, they are permanently more than busy).
Is this the place where a developer would find the code for the current plugin and also all the necessary information on how to update it?
Or is there any additional information/documentation a developer would need (and not find by himself)?
Maybe I can convince comeone to get his hands on this.
Although we do plan to pick this up I'd really love to see external developers contributing to the source code we provide. So yes, that link is where you'll find the code. You'll also find all the API documentation across all of our products here:
And more specifically for Trados Studio here:
We version control the API documentation now so you'll see the 2022 Beta is the default. Shortly this won't be Beta anymore, but you can still see the older versions down to 2019 if you need them. We only support two major versions back and we didn't have all the resources automated in the way they are now for earlier versions, but hopefully what's there will enough for most developers.
Thanks a lot, Paul!
I will adress this internally and keep you posted.