[Grok-dev] Internationalisation, is the howto current?

Sebastian Ware sebastian at urbantalk.se
Thu Mar 26 11:16:09 EDT 2009

I am not sure if my translations are registring properly. I am  
dropping into a debugging prompt and trying

   from zope.i18n import translate
   translate('my_msgid', 'MyDomain', target_language="en")

but it only returns "my_msgid". How can I test if my translation  
domain has been registered and what msgids have been loaded?

Mvh Sebastian

26 mar 2009 kl. 15.22 skrev Vincent Fretin:

> On Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 3:16 PM, Sebastian Ware <sebastian at urbantalk.se 
> > wrote:
>> If the prefered language is 'en-us' should it find translations in  
>> the
>> directory
>>  locales/en
>> or do I have to call it
>>  locales/en-us
>> Mvh Sebastian
> I think the default zope3 implementation of IUserPreferredLanguage
> don't use combined language language-country. I think it only take the
> first part. So locales/en is the way to go. Or if the default zope3
> implementation supports combined languages, I think it search for
> locales/en_us (the underscore is important here, and maybe the case is
> important too, so en_US) first and if not found, fallback to
> locales/en.
> -- 
> Vincent Fretin
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