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README.md

Copycopter Client

Build Status

This is the Ruby on Rails client for Copycopter.

It uses I18n to access copy and translations from a Copycopter project.

Installation

In your Gemfile:

gem 'copycopter_client'

Run:

bundle install

In your config/initializers/copycopter.rb:

CopycopterClient.configure do |config|
  config.api_key = 'YOUR API KEY HERE'
  config.host = 'your-copycopter-server.herokuapp.com'
end

The API key is on the project page. See CopycopterClient::Configuration for all configuration options.

Usage

Access blurbs by using I18n.translate. It is aliased as translate and t inside Rails controllers and views.

# controller
def index
  flash[:success] = t('users.create.success', :default => 'User created')
end

# view
<%= t '.welcome', :default => 'Why hello there' %>

# model, rake task, etc.
I18n.translate 'system.tasks_complete', :default => 'Tasks complete'

# Interpolation
I18n.translate 'mailer.welcome', :default => 'Welcome, %{name}!',
  :name => @user.name

Using a prefixed dot (ex: '.welcome') only works in views. Use the full key in controllers and other places.

I18n docs.

Deploys

Blurbs start out as draft copy and aren't displayed in production until published. To publish all draft copy when deploying, use the rake task:

rake copycopter:deploy

Exporting

Blurbs are cached in-memory while your Rails application is running. To export all cached blurbs to a yml file for offline access, use the rake task:

rake copycopter:export

The exported yaml will be located at config/locales/copycopter.yml.

Contributing

See the style guide.

Credits

thoughtbot

Copycopter Client was created by thoughtbot, inc

It is maintained by the fine folks at Crowdtap and Iora Health.

License

Copycopter Client is free software, and may be redistributed under the terms specified in the MIT-LICENSE file.

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