I want to be able to create custom language entries with place holders, which can be later substituted with values of variables.

For example I would like to be able to create the custom text field (in an included language file): Custom.quit=You have to quit your %1$s in order to proceed with the installation

Then in the project.xml I would like to do something like:

<substitute>
    <text>Custom.quit</text>
    <variable>${SoftwareName}</variable>
</substitute>

This should print a text like:
You have to quit your VALUE_OF_SoftwareName in order to proceed with the installation

Is this possible and how can it be done ?

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answered 15 Dec '12, 06:53

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