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hi all,

is there a french person here who could tell me how is called a packager in french?

i'm serious, it's for a job description to post in our company.

thanks!
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Hi Kardock,
Packager called as Conditionneur in French.
But Application Packager is a term used internationally, standard one.
Answered 05/27/2010 by: ekniranjan
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Kardock,
If you need anything more, please let me know. I will try my best.
Answered 05/27/2010 by: ekniranjan
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Hi,

I'm french and as ekniranjan said we use the term Application Packager, or only Packager.. for this domain.

Be careful because "Conditionneur" is not really used for the application repackaging...

Have a nice day
Answered 05/27/2010 by: JeanLedot
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"Analyste d'intégration applicative" can be used too, I've seen it many times in job posting. But most of the people use "Packageur" simply.

First time I see "Conditionneur" ... sounds weird to my ears heh.
Answered 05/28/2010 by: Mencaliss
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Analyste d'intégration applicative is the best choice.

thanks Mencaliss
Answered 05/28/2010 by: kardock
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