[Grok-dev] Trigger i18n translation in the rendering method of a view
sebastian at urbantalk.se
Mon Sep 26 08:30:48 EST 2011
It seems that I will need to do something like this to make the code concise.
Does this look reasonable?
from translation import ApplicationMessageFactory as MsgF
from zope.i18n import translate
return translate(MsgF(txt), context=self.request)
outp = 
26 sep 2011 kl. 15.17 skrev Souheil CHELFOUH:
> This is because the request is the object containing the browser
> information related to the language, it's all stored in the Locales
> object in the request
> 2011/9/26 Sebastian Ware <sebastian at urbantalk.se>:
>> Turns out one needed to supply the request-object as context. This works:
>> from zope.i18n import translate
>> class ForceTranslate(grok.View):
>> def render(self):
>> return translate(_("Allt val?"), context=self.request)
>> Mvh Sebastian
>> 26 sep 2011 kl. 14.56 skrev Alexandre Garel:
>>> Le 26/09/2011 14:43, Sebastian Ware a écrit :
>>>> I can get i18n translation to work fine in PageTemplates, but how do I force translation of text that isn't inserted into templates?
>>>> I want to do this and get the string to be translated:
>>>> from . import ApplicationMessageFactory as _
>>>> class TestTranslate(grok.View):
>>>> def render(self):
>>>> return _("I need to be translated")
>>>> I have set my breakpoints and I am trying to figure out how the TAL-engine does this, but I am not making much progress.
>>> In fact ApplicationMessageFactory just return a string containing
>>> informations for translation.
>>> You need :
>>> from zope.i18n import translate
>>> return translate(_("I need to be translated"))
>>> and this shall be ok, I think.
>>> Hope this helps,
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