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Re^2: HTML::Template I18N/L10N/gettext

by skazat (Chaplain)
on Sep 19, 2015 at 00:04 UTC ( #1142480=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: HTML::Template I18N/L10N/gettext
in thread HTML::Template I18N/L10N/gettext

HTML::Template::Compiled::Plugin::I18N doesn't look straightforward at all, and would require me to use a different templating language (with yes, the same syntax, but I'm sure to run into problems).

Template::Plugin::Filter::I18N is a broken link. Is it this?. If so, there's no documentation.

Catalog tools? Do you mean for indexing (search, etc?)

-skazat

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Re^3: HTML::Template I18N/L10N/gettext
by Anonymous Monk on Sep 19, 2015 at 00:52 UTC

    HTML::Template::Compiled::Plugin::I18N doesn't look straightforward at all, and would require me to use a different templating language (with yes, the same syntax, but I'm sure to run into problems).

    Right, link is to give perspective

    Template::Plugin::Filter::I18N is a broken link. Is it this?. If so, there's no documentation.

    Well, thats a metacpan bug it seems. Template::Plugin::Filter::I18N works and yes the docs are succinct :)

    I for got to give Catalyst::Plugin::I18N::Manual its more detailed much wider perspective, it links gettext/catalog tools like poedit

      I appreciate all the resources, they are some of the ones I've been looking at, myself. Looks as if this is a very TIMTOWTDI part of Perl development! I'm actually surprised there aren't more mature workflows.
      -skazat

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