What is Episerver XML and how does it work for Episerver-based web applications?
Episerver is a content management service provider. Episerver XML is its standard localization file format that is used to load translated/localized strings. The localized XMLs are typically saved in the “lang” folder under the web root directory. With a predefined Localization Provider, strings loaded from the XML will override default UI texts.
Each Episerver XML has at least one locale nested in the <languages> tag. Therefore, it is possible that an Episerver XML is multilingual.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<language name="English" id="English">
<key_with_line-break>This translations contains
<key>I'm a deeply nested key.</key>
<key>This key is nested inside a namespace.</key>
<one>Only one pluralization found.</one>
<other>Wow, you have %s pluralizations!</other>
<zero>You have no pluralization.</zero>
<simple_key>simple key, simple message, so simple.</simple_key>
<unverified_key>This translation is not yet verified and waits for it. (In some formats we also export this status)</unverified_key>