Thanks to some people that have been commenting here at my blog and some other people that I’ve talked on IRC, now we have a quite stable version of Transifex using: SQLAlchemy 0.4.6 Genshi 0.5 ToscaWidgets 0.9.2 TurboGears 184.108.40.206 I have been working on the job made by my GSoC mentor Asgeir. He has migrated [...]
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Thinking in an good alternative to handle the Transifex i18n with the database i18n-zed, now, it’s coded to use two different Potfiles for view and data. All strings related with the source code will be stored in the `po/view/` directory and strings coming from database, into the `po/data/`. It’s needed, because that each Transifex instance [...]
Usually all apps with i18n support based on Potfiles just include the messages from the source code to the translatable files. It’s very common for desktop apps, but when you have a web app like Transifex, you need to have i18n support to the database too. So, that was my first challenge around the i18n [...]
On the last weeks I’ve been looking for an alternative for our Tx problem related with Genshi migration and consequently widgets. Well, I’ve found a project that seems to be what we need. This project is called DBSprockets and it provides an easy way to implement forms on TG1.0, TG2.0 and others. It requires genshi>=0.4, [...]
As part of my GSoC application, on the last weeks I have been working on the i18n support for Transifex, and now, I have too may doubts about what’s the better way to go ahead. Transifex is a TurboGears 1.0 (TG1.0) based app and currently works with the kid language template. The next two majors [...]