FAQ
You can use i18n4go, which is a set of tools used to internalionalize
existing programs, extracting strings to be translated.
It can spare you a lot of work.

https://developer.ibm.com/open/2015/07/18/i18n4go-taking-golang-projects-global-fun-profits/

https://github.com/maximilien/i18n4go/blob/master/README.md


Internally, I think it uses the package
https://github.com/nicksnyder/go-i18n.


Le samedi 8 août 2015 18:30:13 UTC+2, Srinivas JONNALAGADDA a écrit :
Gopher,

One of my clients has a project with server-side written in Go and
UI in Angular. It is a mid-sized (80,000-100,000 LoC) business application.

This week, a requirement to provide for i18n and l10n, including
support for bi-di, was additionally asked for by the end-customer. What is
a rough % of impact on the effort and time, when i18n and l10n get added
mid-way through? Thanks.

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