[Xerte-dev] Re: Language fall back
Julian.Tenney at nottingham.ac.uk
Tue Mar 13 10:25:27 GMT 2012
Wouldn't this only happen if the distributed build had the missing bits in?
If people add half language support to their own installations, that's up to them, n'est pas?
From: xerte-dev-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk [mailto:xerte-dev-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk] On Behalf Of Pat Lockley
Sent: 12 March 2012 22:33
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Subject: [Xerte-dev] Re: Language fall back
I would shy away from 2
It leaves open what to do If a php file exists but a Inc file doesn't for this language but does for another language. Fail? Load?
On 12 Mar 2012, at 22:13, David Goodwin <david at palepurple.co.uk> wrote:
> The standard approach is :
> 1. Check for existence of $_COOKIE value e.g. for 'lang', if present, use that.
> 2. Check to see what languages the browser requests (see e.g. Zend_Locale (I think)) and if we have a matching one use that.
> 3. Allow the user to choose via some sort of drop down.
> I was planning on implementing 1 and 2 sometime soon.
> On 12 Mar 2012, at 19:57, Pat Lockley wrote:
>> In the future some one may wish to develop some new functionality in XOT
>> This may be written in Dutch or Spanish
>> It may be plausible to have a site supporting multiple languages
>> The translation for Dutch may be there for Spanish, but might not be
>> there for English.
>> How do we support a "fallback language"?
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