Changeset 5942


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Timestamp:
Apr 8, 2014, 8:14:30 PM (8 years ago)
Author:
krauss
Message:

3 templates internationalized

Location:
trunk/Templates/Cryptography/Classic
Files:
6 edited

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  • trunk/Templates/Cryptography/Classic/Scytale.xml

    r5002 r5942  
    1919  </relevantPlugins>
    2020
     21 <replacements lang="de">
     22        <replacement key="$message$" value="Nachricht"/>
     23        <replacement key="$result$" value="Ergebnis"/>
     24        <replacement key="$scytale$" value="Skytale"/>
     25        <replacement key="$key$" value="Schlüssel"/>
     26        <replacement key="$text$" value="Dies ist eine geheime Botschaft."/>
     27 </replacements>
     28 <replacements lang="en">
     29        <replacement key="$message$" value="Message"/>
     30        <replacement key="$result$" value="Result"/>
     31        <replacement key="$scytale$" value="Scytale"/>
     32        <replacement key="$key$" value="Key"/>
     33        <replacement key="$text$" value="This is a secret message."/>
     34 </replacements>
     35
    2136</sample>
  • trunk/Templates/Cryptography/Classic/Substitution.xml

    r5737 r5942  
    1919  </relevantPlugins>
    2020
     21 <replacements lang="de">
     22        <replacement key="$plaintext$" value="Klartext"/>
     23        <replacement key="$sourcealphabet$" value="Quellalphabet"/>
     24        <replacement key="$destinationalphabet$" value="Zielalphabet"/>
     25        <replacement key="$ciphertext$" value="Geheimtext"/>
     26        <replacement key="$decipheredciphertext$" value="Entschlüsselter Geheimtext"/>
     27        <replacement key="$text$" value="Als monoalphabetische Substitution (von griechisch: μόνο (mono) = „einzig“ und αλφάβητο (alphabeto) = „Alphabet“ sowie von lateinisch: substituere = „ersetzen“) bezeichnet man in der Kryptographie, also in dem Wissenschaftszweig der Kryptologie, der sich mit den Geheimschriften befasst, Verschlüsselungsverfahren, bei der nur ein einziges (festes) Alphabet zur Verschlüsselung, also zur Umwandlung des Klartextes in den Geheimtext, verwendet wird.&#13;&#10;&#13;&#10;Source: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monoalphabetische_Substitution"/>
     28 </replacements>
     29
     30 <replacements lang="en">
     31        <replacement key="$plaintext$" value="Plaintext"/>
     32        <replacement key="$sourcealphabet$" value="Source Alphabet"/>
     33        <replacement key="$destinationalphabet$" value="Destination Alphabet"/>
     34        <replacement key="$ciphertext$" value="Ciphertext"/>
     35        <replacement key="$decipheredciphertext$" value="Deciphered Ciphertext"/>
     36        <replacement key="$text$" value="In cryptography, a substitution cipher is a method of encryption by which units of plaintext are replaced with ciphertext, according to a regular system; the &quot;units&quot; may be single letters (the most common), pairs of letters, triplets of letters, mixtures of the above, and so forth. The receiver deciphers the text by performing an inverse substitution.&#13;&#10;&#13;&#10;Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Substitution_cipher"/>
     37 </replacements>
     38
    2139</sample>
  • trunk/Templates/Cryptography/Classic/XOR.xml

    r5578 r5942  
    2020  </relevantPlugins>
    2121
     22  <replacements lang="de">
     23         <replacement key="$message$" value="Nachricht"/>
     24         <replacement key="$ciphertext$" value="Geheimtext"/>
     25         <replacement key="$plaintext$" value="Klartext"/>
     26         <replacement key="$key$" value="Schlüssel"/>
     27         <replacement key="$stringdecoder$" value="String-Decoder"/>
     28         <replacement key="$stringencoder$" value="String-Encoder"/>
     29         <replacement key="$xorenc$" value="XOR (verschlüsseln)"/>
     30         <replacement key="$xordec$" value="XOR (entschlüsseln)"/>
     31  </replacements>
     32  <replacements lang="en">
     33         <replacement key="$message$" value="Message"/>
     34         <replacement key="$ciphertext$" value="Ciphertext"/>
     35         <replacement key="$plaintext$" value="Plaintext"/>
     36         <replacement key="$key$" value="Key"/>
     37         <replacement key="$stringdecoder$" value="StringDecoder"/>
     38         <replacement key="$stringencoder$" value="StringEncoder"/>
     39         <replacement key="$xorenc$" value="XOR Encode"/>
     40         <replacement key="$xordec$" value="XOR Decode"/>
     41  </replacements>
     42
    2243</sample>
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