use SVN::Web::I18N; # Nothing exported
# Add a directory that contains .po and/or .mo files
# Specify the current language
# Get a translated string
my $xlated = SVN::Web::I18N::loc('(a string to translate)');
DESCRIPTIONSVN::Web::I18N provides the interface through which SVN::Web is internationalised, and how different localisations are implemented.
SVN::Web::I18N::add_directory($path)Adds a new directory to the list of directories in which localisations will be found. Any *.po and *.mo files in this directory will automatically be scanned for localisations, and added to the language key given by the file's basename.
In case where two different directories both contain a localisation file that defines the same localisation key for the same language, the localisation key from the most recently added directory will be used.
SVN::Web::I18N::loc_lang($lang)Selects the language to use for subsequent calls to "loc()". The $lang parameter should be a valid language name --- i.e., there must exist at least one $lang.po file in one of the directories used in a call to "SVN::Web::I18N::add_directory()".
SVN::Web::I18N::loc($text, $param1, ...)Returns the localised form of $text according to the localisation selected by the most recent call to "loc_lang()".
If the localisation expects parameters to fill in the localisation result they should be passed as the second and subsequent arguments.
If $text does not have a defined localised form it is returned with the parameters interpolated in to it.
AUTHORSNik Clayton "<[email protected]>"
COPYRIGHTCopyright 2006-2007 by Nik Clayton "<[email protected]>".
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.