Last month I mentioned an excellent open source tool for working with NSLocalizedString that makes it easy to edit different languages within a nice interface, and allows you to easily import/export NSLocalizedString data from CSV files.
Katsuma Tanaka has released an Xcode plugin called Lin that provides a great interface for working with NSLocalizedString providing separate areas for conveniently editing different languages directly within Xcode. Lin also provides completion based on a key.
Here is an image from the readme showing the direct language editing and completion provided by the plugin:
You can find Lin on Github here.
A great plugin for working with NSLocalizedString.
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