A utility to help with modifying ruby source files in order to use gettext
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texter.rb

README

Texter is a utility to help you modify ruby source programs in order to use gettext.
It searches for string literals, displays each and asks you whether it should be
marked as translatable, with _( ). In case the string contains embedded code, it
is able to rewrite it with string modulo operator with your input.

USAGE
  texter.rb <input-file> [<output-file>]
output-file is by default named <input-file>.texter.rb

AUTHOR
Yaohan Chen <yaohan.chen@gmail.com>

LICENSE
Ruby's

CREDITS
- Daniel Brumbaugh Keeney provided much help with the treetop grammar and rest of
  the program

BUGS
- Quotes in string-like literals are treated incorrectly as string delimiters,
  except in these common cases:
  - regexp /.../
  - %[qQwr], followed by (), [], {} pairs
- Quotes in $' and $" are treated incorrectly as string delimiters
- Only strings enclosed in ' and " are prompted
- Default answers for yes/no prompts are not working in highline 1.4.0, but patch is
  pending for next release

TODO
- Preview
(following probably too difficult)
- Save and restore progress
- Recover from incorrect parsing
- Undo