One of my goals with FeedDemon was to enable it to be localized quite easily. Rather than use separate resource DLLs (or separate executables) for each language, I chose to store all displayed text in language-specific XML files. If you open FeedDemon’s “Data\Lang” folder, you’ll notice a subfolder named “English” which holds three XML files containing all of FeedDemon’s English language strings.
Localizing FeedDemon, then, becomes a matter of translating these three files into the target language and then placing them in a separate folder under Data\Lang. A few people have already translated these files into other languages. This is great to see, although I should add that any translations done right now are specific to the current FeedDemon beta are probably won’t work with the final release.