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Localization

Padrino supports full localization in:

  • padrino-core (date formats, time formats etc…)
  • padrino-admin (admin language, orm fields, orm errors, etc…)
  • padrino-helpers (currency, percentage, precision, duration etc…)

At the moment we support the following list of languages:

  • Czech
  • Danish
  • German
  • English
  • Spanish
  • French
  • Italian
  • Dutch
  • Norwegian
  • Russian
  • Polish
  • Brazilian
  • Turkish
  • Ukrainian
  • Traditional Chinese
  • Simplified Chinese
  • Japanese
 

Provide your translations

Download and translate these files:

zip your files and send it to [email protected]

 

How to localize your app

The first thing that you need to do is to set your locale by appending it to boot.rb:

# config/boot.rb
Padrino.before_load do
  I18n.locale = :de
end

By default Padrino will search for all .yml or .rb files located in app/locale; as an example try to add the following to your app/locale/de.yml:

in your view or controller or wherever you prefer add:

I18n.t("foo") 

you will get:

=> "Bar"
 

Translate Models (ActiveRecord)

Translating models via Padrino requires few seconds thanks to a builtin rake task!

Assuming the following Account model:

create_table :accounts do |t|
  t.string   :name
  t.string   :surname
  t.string   :email
  t.string   :salt
  t.string   :crypted_password
  t.string   :role
end

add this to your boot.rb (or anywhere else):

# config/boot.rb
Padrino.before_load do
  I18n.locale = :it
end

run padrino rake task for localizing your model:

padrino rake ar:translate

a new it.yml file will be created into /app/locale/models/account/it.yml with the following:

you can now edit your generated it.yml file to reflect your current locale (Italian):

padrino-admin will now use your newly created yml file for translating the column names of grids, forms, error_messages etc…

 

Bonus

Using form_builder like:

-form_for :account, url(:accounts_create, :format => :js), :remote => true do |f|
  %table
    %tr
      %td=f.label :name
      %td=f.text_field :name
    %tr
      %td=f.label :surname
      %td=f.text_field :surname
    %tr
      %td=f.label :role
      %td=f.select :role, :options => access_control.roles

the tag label automatically translates for you the field name!!

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