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Catalyst::Plugin::I18N
I18N for Catalyst

Catalyst::Plugin::I18N - I18N for Catalyst


NAME

Catalyst::Plugin::I18N - I18N for Catalyst


SYNOPSIS


    use Catalyst 'I18N';

    print join ' ', @{ $c->languages };

    $c->languages( ['de'] );

    print $c->localize('Hello Catalyst');

Use a macro if you're lazy:


   [% MACRO l(text, args) BLOCK;

       c.localize(text, args);

   END; %]

   [% l('Hello Catalyst') %]

   [% l('Hello [_1]', 'Catalyst') %]

   [% l('lalala[_1]lalala[_2]', ['test', 'foo']) %]


DESCRIPTION

Supports mo/po files and Maketext classes under your applications I18N namespace.


   # MyApp/I18N/de.po

   msgid "Hello Catalyst"

   msgstr "Hallo Katalysator"

   #MyApp/I18N/de.pm

   package MyApp::I18N::de;

   use base 'MyApp::I18N';

   our %Lexicon = ( 'Hello Catalyst' => 'Hallo Katalysator' );

   1;

EXTENDED METHODS

setup

METHODS

languages

Contains languages.


   $c->languages(['de_DE']);

   print join '', @{ $c->languages };

language

return selected locale in your locales list.

language_tag

return language tag for current locale. The most notable difference from this method in comparison to language() is typically that languages and regions are joined with a dash and not an underscore.


    $c->language(); # en_us

    $c->language_tag(); # en-us

loc

localize

Localize text.


    print $c->localize( 'Welcome to Catalyst, [_1]', 'sri' );


SEE ALSO

Catalyst.


AUTHOR

Sebastian Riedel, sri@cpan.org

Brian Cassidy, bricas@cpan.org

Christian Hansen, chansen@cpan.org


COPYRIGHT

This program is free software, you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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