- uiop (if your ASDF version is < 3)
The best way to get cl-i18n working is using the excellent quicklisp
This library can load translations from file formats of the following types:
- GNU gettext text file (AKA PO files);
- GNU gettext binary file (AKA MO files);
- its native file formats (essentially a Common lisp S-exp).
Check the examples/ directory for an usage example.
Extracting translatable strings:
(cl-i18n-utils:gen-translation-file ("/src/" "klingon.lisp" :ext "lisp$"))
Will extract all #! strings from all the files in directory ”src” which name ends in “lisp” and set up a basic translation resource in klingon.lisp (Note: the output file if exists will be overwritten).
To make it work with CL-WHO, use the “str” directive, as in
(with-html-output *out* (:p (str #!"Blood and honour!")))
Please note that the library can accept gettext MO or PO files so nothing prevents you using GNU xgettext to extracts strings that needs to be translated and use its output as translation file.
Locating GNU message catalog files
According to GNU gettext manual the path to the catalog is system dipendent, the function search-mo-repository will try to figure out where that catalog could be; but its implementation is slow, memory consuming and sometimes fails (i.e. crash).
Here is a way similar to GNU gettext style API; please note we are assuming ”usr/share/locale” as the path where the catalog can be found and foo.mo is there…
We also let the library guess the right locale with find-locale.
(let ((*translation-file-root* "/usr/share/locale/")) (load-language "foo" :locale (find-locale)) (format t "~a~%" #!"Browse") (format t "~a~%" #!"Save as..."))
Old version incompatibility
This version deeply changed the file format of the translation table, however you can convert from the old format to the new one with:
(cl-i18n-utils:convert-save-dictionary oldfile-path new-filepath)
Note: the output file if exists will be overwritten
Bugs and issues
Please send all bugs reports to email@example.com
- Documentation is missing;
- Source code is mostly undocumented;
- PO file parser is slow.
This library is released under Lisp Lesser General Public license (see COPYING.LESSER file)
Examples are released under GPL version 3 or later
doc/internals/pofiles_grammar is © 2012 cage and is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported
File function-name.lisp was got from cl-store © 2004 Sean Ross and included here with the original license stated below.
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- Leslie P. Polzer <firstname.lastname@example.org> (base)
- Vilson Vieira <email@example.com> (string extractor)
- Cage <firstname.lastname@example.org> (developer and maintainer)