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From Berin Loritsch <blorit...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [C2] I18nTransformer
Date Fri, 13 Apr 2001 13:46:59 GMT
"Piroumian, Konstantin" wrote:
> 
> > > Hi, cocooners!
> > >
> > > Does anybody use the I18nTransformer in Cocoon 2?
> > > Will it be improved to implement all the Infozone group's I18nProcessor
> > > features, such as: attribute translation, param substitution? (will it
> > > support all features and syntax from the Infozone group i18n proposal?)
> >
> > Nobody ever stated to use or improve it. But of course if you would like
> > to volunteer to improve it your are very welcome.
> 
> Ok. If we decide to use it in our project then I'll improve it and post
> improved version to cocooners for testing and further improvement
> suggestions.
> 
> > >
> > > Also, I have a question about language determination. Is it possible to
> save
> > > the choosed language in session or a cookie with the I18nTransformer or
> I
> > > have to do it with XSP or an action?
> >
> > Honestly I have no idea how the i18nTransformer works.
> 
> I've solved that problem already. To store the lang param in session you'll
> need a created session before transformation occurs. To store in a cookie
> you'll need to implement it manually.
> It is very useful for multilanguage site creation. You simply wrap all your
> language dependent parts into <i:tr> tags (I would change it into
> <i18n:text>) and they are replaced by according data from the dictionary
> file.
> 
> Is there anybody except me who is also interested in it or I am the only
> potential volunteer?

I am interested in it, but I don't have an immediate need for it.  I work for
a small company--as a consequence I can only contribute to what we currently
need.  If one of our major contracts ever goes international, the i18n would
be essential.  That isn't happening this year though...

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