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Trac #17181 - Allow for specifying multiple locales and domains for makemessages and compilemessages commands #121

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@jakul
jakul commented Jun 7, 2012

option to pass in multiple locales to the compilemessages command, and multiple locales and multiple domains to the makemessages command

https://code.djangoproject.com/ticket/17181

I've updated the existing patch (from the ticket), so that it applies cleanly. I've added tests and docs.

Let me know if this is up to scratch!

@jakul jakul allow multiple domains and languages for makemessages command; add op…
…tion to pass in multiple language to the compilemessages command
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@claudep
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claudep commented Jun 7, 2012

There are already tests in tests/regressiontests/i18n/commands/compilation.py and tests/regressiontests/i18n/commands/extraction.py. You shouldn't create new test files.

@jakul
jakul commented Jun 7, 2012

Merged the changes into the existing files; I also changed one of the tests to not use the it locale, which is used by some other tests

@apollo13
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apollo13 commented Jun 9, 2012

I'd like to be able to use -l de -l en -l es as alternate for -l de,en,es to stay consistent with -n of startproject. The patch is also missing versionadded/changed directives.

@jakul
jakul commented Jun 13, 2012

@apollo13 I've added the versionchanged directives. The patch already supported specifiying multiple locales through "-l de -l pt -l it"

@apollo13
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Could you squash those commits into one? Btw do we really need tests/regressiontests/i18n/commands/locale/hr/LC_MESSAGES/django.po -- the locale folder there has already 3 existing locales, could you reuse those?

@jakul
jakul commented Jun 20, 2012

I need 2 locales with .po files and without .mo files in order to check that the compilation works properly.

Of the existing locales:
'it' has an error in the .po file and doesn't compile to a .mo file (this is intentional)
'fr' already has a commited .mo file

I can remove the hr locale if it is OK to remove the .mo file from the fr locale, however I didn't think that was a good thing to do.

@ramiro
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ramiro commented Jan 18, 2013

Closing, adapted and committed code from this PR in 6158c79. See https://code.djangoproject.com/ticket/17181#comment:9 for further details.

Thanks!

@ramiro ramiro closed this Jan 18, 2013
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