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Manual Reference Pages  -  CATALYST::PLUGIN::I18N (3)

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NAME

Catalyst::Plugin::I18N - I18N for Catalyst

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS



    use Catalyst I18N;

    print join  , @{ $c->languages };
    $c->languages( [de] );
    print $c->localize(Hello Catalyst);



Use a macro if you’re lazy:



   [% MACRO l(text, args) BLOCK;
       c.localize(text, args);
   END; %]

   [% l(Hello Catalyst) %]
   [% l(Hello [_1], Catalyst) %]
   [% l(lalala[_1]lalala[_2], [test, foo]) %]
   [% l(messages.hello.catalyst) %]



DESCRIPTION

Supports mo/po files and Maketext classes under your application’s I18N namespace.



   # MyApp/I18N/de.po
   msgid "Hello Catalyst"
   msgstr "Hallo Katalysator"

   # MyApp/I18N/i_default.po
   msgid "messages.hello.catalyst"
   msgstr "Hello Catalyst - fallback translation"

   # MyApp/I18N/de.pm
   package MyApp::I18N::de;
   use base MyApp::I18N;
   our %Lexicon = ( Hello Catalyst => Hallo Katalysator );
   1;



    CONFIGURATION

You can override any parameter sent to Locale::Maketext::Simple by specifying a maketext_options hashref to the Plugin::I18N config section. For example, the following configuration will override the Decode parameter which normally defaults to 1:



    __PACKAGE__->config(
        Plugin::I18N =>
            maketext_options => {
                Decode => 0
            }
    );



All languages fallback to MyApp::I18N which is mapped onto the i-default language tag. If you use arbitrary message keys, use i_default.po to translate into English, otherwise the message key itself is returned.

    EXTENDED METHODS

setup

    METHODS

languages

Contains languages.



   $c->languages([de_DE]);
   print join , @{ $c->languages };



language

return selected locale in your locales list.

language_tag

return language tag for current locale. The most notable difference from this method in comparison to language() is typically that languages and regions are joined with a dash and not an underscore.



    $c->language(); # en_us
    $c->language_tag(); # en-us



installed_languages

Returns a hash of { langtag => descriptive name for language } based on language files in your application’s I18N directory. The descriptive name is based on I18N::LangTags::List information. If the descriptive name is not available, will be undef.

loc

localize

Localize text.



    print $c->localize( Welcome to Catalyst, [_1], sri );



SEE ALSO

Catalyst

AUTHORS

Sebastian Riedel <sri@cpan.org>

Brian Cassidy <bricas@cpan.org>

Christian Hansen <chansen@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright (c) 2005 - 2009 the Catalyst::Plugin::I18N AUTHORS as listed above.

This program is free software, you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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