We are currently building an application that hosts flex
modules within an ASPX application. We have a "homepage" that
allows users to configure which dialogs (we call them widgets) will
show on their homepage. At this point, we have had one resource
bundle (.properties file) that we have used for all of the strings.
We compile these resource bundles in the locale swfs for each of
the 8 langauges we support.
The twist is that we also allow customers to write "custom
widgets" in Flex that they can add to the homepage if they so
desire. It sounds like they could create a custom .properties file
which would allow us to create a seperate resource bundle for the
strings for their dialog. But then would the en-us.swf have to be
recreated to include their bundle in the overall swf? If so,
wouldn't the client have to have our "standard app" .properties
file to make one cumulative en-us.swf?
Or can you have multiple locale swfs for different dialigs
(ie Standard.us-en.swf and Custom.us-en.swf)? That way our standard
strings stay seperate, but the client can still add their own?