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+This web application is based on the Jelix Framework
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+http://www.jelix.org
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+Cr�dits
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+Concepteur et d�veloppeur : Laurent Jouanneau
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+Installation des modules pour jelix
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1 lib/jelix-modules/jelix/locales/en_US/auth.ISO-8859-1.properties
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+error.plugin.missing = Auth plugin is required
3 lib/jelix-modules/jelix/locales/en_US/common.ISO-8859-1.properties
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+none=none
+unknow=unknow
+version=version
7 lib/jelix-modules/jelix/locales/en_US/dao.ISO-8859-1.properties
@@ -0,0 +1,7 @@
+check.required=property %s is missing
+check.badtype=bad type on the property %s
+check.badformat=bad format on the property %s
+check.maxlength.overflow=property %s value is to high
+check.minlength.overflow=property %s value is to low
+
+error.keys.missing=Identifier is missing
44 lib/jelix-modules/jelix/locales/en_US/daoxml.ISO-8859-1.properties
@@ -0,0 +1,44 @@
+
+
+file.unknow= unknow dao file (%s)
+namespace.wrong= bad namespace in the DAO file "%s" (%s)
+
+missing.attr=DAO %1$s, Attribut "%3$s" is missing on tag "%4$s" (file %2$s)
+tag.duplicate = DAO %1$s, only one %3$s tag is allowed in the %4$s method (file %2$s)
+
+datasource.missing= DAO %1$s, table is missing (file %2$s)
+table.two.many= DAO %1$s, too much table (file %2$s)
+table.name= DAO %1$s, table name is missing (fichier %2$s)
+
+primarykey.fieldname.missing= DAO %1$s, primary key name is missing (file %2$s)
+primarykey.innerafterouter.forbidden= DAO %1$s, inner join after outer join is forbidden (file %2$s)
+foreignkey.fieldname.missing= DAO %1$s, foreign key name is missing on a join (file %2$s)
+foreignkey.join.invalid= DAO %1$s, invalid join on the foreign key %3$s (file %2$s)
+foreignkey.table.missing= DAO %1$s, table is missing on the foreign key %3$s (file %2$s)
+
+properties.missing= DAO %1$s, no defined property (file %2$s)
+
+property.unknow.table= DAO %1$s, unknow table name on the property %3$s (file %2$s)
+method.parameter.unknowname= DAO %1$s, method $3$s, parameter name is missing (file %2$s)
+method.procstock.name.missing= DAO %1$s, procedure call name is missing on method $3$s (file %2$s)
+method.body.missing= DAO %1$s, method PHP body $3$s is missing (file %2$s)
+method.values.undefine= DAO %1$s, method %3$s of "update" type should contains "value" tag (file %2$s)
+method.limit.forbidden = DAO %1$s, method %$3$s, limit tag are allowed only on select/selectfirst methods (file %2$s)
+method.duplicate= DAO %1$s, method %3$s is already defined (file %2$s)
+
+
+method.condition.unknown= DAO %1$s, method %$3$s, unknow condition %4$s (file %2$s)
+method.property.unknown= DAO %1$s, method %3$s, unknow property (%4$s) (file %2$s)
+method.property.forbidden= DAO %1$s, conditions on foreign keys are not allowed on this type of method %3$s (file %2$s)
+method.condition.valueexpr.together= DAO %1$s, method %3$s, condition %4$s : no value and expression at the same time (file %2$s)
+method.condition.valueexpr.notallowed= DAO %1$s, method %3$s, value or expr are not allowed on condition %4$s (file %2$s)
+method.condition.valueexpr.missing= DAO %1$s, method %3$s, value or expression is missing on condition %4$s (file %2$s)
+method.orderitem.bad= DAO %1$s, method %4$s, property on item order %3$s is unknown (file %2$s)
+method.orderitem.property.missing= DAO %1$s, method %3$s, orderitem tag is missing (file %2$s)
+method.values.property.unknow= DAO %1$s, method %3$s, unknow property on a <value> tag (file %2$s)
+method.values.property.bad= DAO %1$s, method %3$s, a property should be owned by the primary table (file %2$s)
+method.values.property.pkforbidden= DAO %1$s, method %3$s, prmiary key properties are not allowed in value tag (file %2$s)
+method.values.valueexpr= DAO %1$s, method %3$s, value or expression is missing on a value tag (file %2$s)
+method.limit.parameter.unknow= DAO %1$s, method %3$s, unknow parameter %4$s in the limit tag (file %2$s)
+method.limit.badvalue= DAO %1$s, method %3$s, bad value on limit tag ( %4$s ) (file %2$s)
+
5 lib/jelix-modules/jelix/locales/en_US/db.ISO-8859-1.properties
@@ -0,0 +1,5 @@
+error.profil.unknow=jDb:unknow connection profil "%s"
+error.database.unknow=jDb: unknow database %s
+error.connection= error during the connection %s
+error.query.bad=invalid query (%s)
+error.feature.unsupported=JDb : the %s driver doesn't support this feature "%s"
55 lib/jelix-modules/jelix/locales/en_US/errors.ISO-8859-1.properties
@@ -0,0 +1,55 @@
+# RUNTIME ERRORS
+
+
+#---- actiondesc
+ad.actiongroup.file.unknow=Action %s : actiongroup file %s doesn't exists
+ad.actiongroup.class.unknow=Action %s : actiongroup class %s doesn't exists (file : %s)
+ad.actiongroup.method.unknow=Action %s : méthode %s of the actiongroup class %s doesn't exists (file : %s)
+
+ad.response.unknow=Action %s : response %s doesn't exists (file : %s)
+ad.response.type.unknow=Action %s : the type "%s" of the response %s is unknown (file : %s)
+ad.response.not.loaded=Action %s : the class for the response %3$s (type "%2$s") can't be loaded
+
+
+#---- compilateur d'action
+ac.xml.request.type.attr.missing=An attribute "type" on the request tag is missing (file : %s)
+ac.xml.ag.selector.invalid=th actiongroup selector, "%s" is invalid (action %s, file %s)
+
+#---- coordinator
+module.untrusted=Module "%s" is disabled
+action.unknow=unknow action "%s"
+response.missing=response is missing (action %s)
+default.response.type.unknow=Action %s : unknow default type "%s"
+default.response.not.loaded=Action %s : the class of default type "%2$s" can't be loaded
+plugin.unregister=The required %1$s plugin is not registered
+
+
+#---- includer
+includer.source.missing=Includer : the selector "%s" doesn't point to a source file
+
+#---- locales
+locale.key.selector.invalid= The given locale key "%s" is invalid (for module %s, charset %s, lang %s)
+locale.key.unknow= The given locale key "%s" from module "%s" (and charset %s, lang %s) does not exists
+
+#---- templates
+
+tpl.tag.syntax.invalid=In the template %2$s, invalid syntax on tag %1$s
+tpl.tag.function.invalid=In the template %2$s, invalid syntax on the function %1$s
+tpl.tag.function.unknow=Dans le template %2$s, unknow fonction %1$s
+tpl.tag.modifier.invalid=In the tag %s in the template %3$s, invalid syntax on the modifier %2$s
+tpl.tag.modifier.unknow=In the tag %s in the template %3$s, unknow modifier %2$s
+tpl.tag.block.end.missing=In the template %2$s, end of bloc %1$s is missing
+tpl.tag.block.begin.missing=In the template %2$s, begin of bloc %1$s is missing
+tpl.tag.phpsyntax.invalid=In the tag %s in the template %3$s, php code %2$s is not allowed
+tpl.tag.locale.invalid=In the tag %s in the template %s, locale key is empty
+tpl.tag.character.invalid=In the tag %s in the template %3$s, character %2$s not allowed
+tpl.tag.bracket.error=In the tag %s in the template %s, bracket error
+
+
+#---- Divers
+selector.unknow=Unknown "%s" selector
+selector.invalid=Invalid selector "%s"
+file.directory.notexists = The given directory [%s] does not exists
+file.directory.notwritable = Unable to write %s, make sure %s is writable
+file.write.error = Error while writing file %s using temporary %s
+tech=There is a technic error on the site. Please try connect to it later.
39 lib/jelix-modules/jelix/locales/en_US/format.ISO-8859-1.properties
@@ -0,0 +1,39 @@
+# format utilisant les caractères de remplacement de la fonction date
+date = d/m/Y
+datetime = d/m/Y h:i:s
+time = h:i:s
+
+
+format.monetary = $ %d
+
+decimal_point = .
+thousands_sep = \w
+
+int_curr_symbol = USD #International currency symbol (i.e. USD)
+currency_symbol = $ #Local currency symbol (i.e. $)
+mon_decimal_point = , #Monetary decimal point character
+mon_thousands_sep = \w #Monetary thousands separator
+mon_grouping = #Array containing monetary groupings
+positive_sign = #Sign for positive values
+negative_sign = - #Sign for negative values
+int_frac_digits = 2 #International fractional digits
+frac_digits Local = #fractional digits
+p_cs_precedes = #TRUE if currency_symbol precedes a positive value, FALSE if it succeeds one
+p_sep_by_space = #TRUE if a space separates currency_symbol from a positive value, FALSE otherwise
+n_cs_precedes = #TRUE if currency_symbol precedes a negative value, FALSE if it succeeds one
+n_sep_by_space = #TRUE if a space separates currency_symbol from a negative value, FALSE otherwise
+
+p_sign_posn =
+#0 - Parentheses surround the quantity and currency_symbol
+#1 - The sign string precedes the quantity and currency_symbol
+#2 - The sign string succeeds the quantity and currency_symbol
+#3 - The sign string immediately precedes the currency_symbol
+#4 - The sign string immediately succeeds the currency_symbol
+
+n_sign_posn =
+
+#0 - Parentheses surround the quantity and currency_symbol
+#1 - The sign string precedes the quantity and currency_symbol
+#2 - The sign string succeeds the quantity and currency_symbol
+#3 - The sign string immediately precedes the currency_symbol
+#4 - The sign string immediately succeeds the currency_symbol
2 lib/jelix-modules/jelix/locales/en_US/jelix.ISO-8859-1.properties
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+framework.name=Jelix
+framework.slogan=Jelix, a framework for PHP
102 lib/jelix-modules/jelix/locales/en_US/ui.ISO-8859-1.properties
@@ -0,0 +1,102 @@
+title.confirm=Confirmed
+title.help=Help
+title.status=status
+title.actions=actions
+title.offlineElements = elements to check
+title.onlineElements = online elements
+
+buttons.save = Save
+buttons.ok=Ok
+buttons.cancel=Cancel
+buttons.search=Search
+buttons.select=Select
+buttons.selected=Selected
+buttons.accept=Accept
+buttons.refuse=Refuse
+buttons.back=Back
+buttons.show=Show
+buttons.valid=Valid
+buttons.publish=Publish
+buttons.propose=Propose
+buttons.trash=Trash
+buttons.emptyTrash=empty trash
+buttons.restore=Restore
+buttons.new=New
+buttons.update=Update
+buttons.delete=Delete
+buttons.confirm=Confirm
+buttons.add=Add
+buttons.yes = Yes
+buttons.no = No
+buttons.paste=Paste
+buttons.copy=Copy
+buttons.cut=Cut
+buttons.browse=Browse
+buttons.enable=Enable
+buttons.disable=Disable
+buttons.moveup=Move up
+buttons.movedown=Move down
+buttons.warning=Warning
+
+buttons.visible = Visible
+buttons.hidden = Hidden
+buttons.enabled = Enabled
+buttons.disabled = Disabled
+buttons.moveleft = Move left
+buttons.moveright = Move right
+buttons.help = Help
+buttons.mail = e-mail
+buttons.sendbymail = Send by email
+buttons.send = Send
+buttons.login = Login
+buttons.logout = Logout
+buttons.test = Test
+buttons.open = Open
+buttons.close = Close
+buttons.split = Split
+buttons.merge = Merge
+buttons.mergetoleft = Merge to the left
+buttons.mergetoright = Merge to the right
+buttons.mergetoup = Merge to the top
+buttons.mergetobottom = Merge to the bottom
+buttons.calendar = Calendar
+buttons.import = Import
+buttons.export = Export
+buttons.comments = Comments
+buttons.clone = Close
+buttons.first = First
+buttons.last = Last
+buttons.history = History
+buttons.informations = Informations
+buttons.link = Link
+buttons.lock = Lock
+buttons.unlock = Unlock
+buttons.locked = Locked
+buttons.unlocked = Unlocked
+buttons.next = Next
+buttons.previous = Previous
+buttons.download = Download
+buttons.more = More
+buttons.hot = Hot
+buttons.important = Important
+buttons.upload = Upload
+buttons.move_10_up = Move by 10 to the top
+buttons.move_10_down = Move by 10 to the bottom
+buttons.move_10_left = Move by 10 to the left
+buttons.move_10_right = Move by 10 to the right
+buttons.way_up = Way up
+buttons.way_down = Way down
+buttons.way_left = Way left
+buttons.way_right = Way right
+buttons.left = Left
+buttons.right = Right
+buttons.up = Top
+buttons.down = Bottom
+
+messages.title = Title
+messages.desc = Description
+messages.name = Name
+messages.author = Author
+messages.comment = Comment
+messages.none = None
+messages.error = Error
1 lib/jelix-modules/jelix/locales/fr_FR/auth.ISO-8859-1.properties
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+error.plugin.missing = Le plugin auth est requis
4 lib/jelix-modules/jelix/locales/fr_FR/common.ISO-8859-1.properties
@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
+none=Aucun
+unknow=inconnu
+version=version
+
8 lib/jelix-modules/jelix/locales/fr_FR/dao.ISO-8859-1.properties
@@ -0,0 +1,8 @@
+check.required=La propriété %s est requise
+check.badtype=La propriété %s n'est pas du bon type
+check.badformat=La propriété %s n'est pas du bon format
+check.maxlength.overflow=La propriété %s a une valeur trop haute
+check.minlength.overflow=La propriété %s a une valeur trop basse
+
+error.keys.missing=Identifiant(s) manquant(s)
+
44 lib/jelix-modules/jelix/locales/fr_FR/daoxml.ISO-8859-1.properties
@@ -0,0 +1,44 @@
+
+
+file.unknow= Fichier de définition de DAO (%s) introuvable ou invalide
+namespace.wrong= L'espace de nom du document DAO "%s" est invalide (%s)
+
+missing.attr=DAO %1$s,Attribut "%3$s" obligatoire dans une balise "%4$s" (fichier %2$s)
+tag.duplicate = DAO %1$s, une seule balise %3$s est permise dans la méthode %4$s (fichier %2$s)
+
+datasource.missing= DAO %1$s, une table doit être indiquée (fichier %2$s)
+table.two.many= DAO %1$s, trop de tables définies (fichier %2$s)
+table.name= DAO %1$s, nom de table manquant (fichier %2$s)
+
+primarykey.fieldname.missing= DAO %1$s, nom de clé primaire manquant (fichier %2$s)
+primarykey.innerafterouter.forbidden= DAO %1$s, on ne peut définir une jointure inner aprés une jointure outer (fichier %2$s)
+foreignkey.fieldname.missing= DAO %1$s, nom de clé étrangère manquant sur une jointure (fichier %2$s)
+foreignkey.join.invalid= DAO %1$s, jointure invalide sur la clé étrangère %3$s (fichier %2$s)
+foreignkey.table.missing= DAO %1$s, table manquante pour la clé étrangère %3$s (fichier %2$s)
+
+properties.missing= DAO %1$s, il n'y a pas de propriétés definies (fichier %2$s)
+
+property.unknow.table= DAO %1$s, nom de table inconnue pour la propriété %3$s (fichier %2$s)
+method.parameter.unknowname= DAO %1$s, méthode $3$s, nom du paramètre manquant (fichier %2$s)
+method.procstock.name.missing= DAO %1$s, nom de la procédure stockée manquante pour la méthode $3$s (fichier %2$s)
+method.body.missing= DAO %1$s, corps de la méthode PHP $3$s manquant (fichier %2$s)
+method.values.undefine= DAO %1$s, la méthode %3$s de type update doit contenir la liste des proprietés à mettre à jour (fichier %2$s)
+method.limit.forbidden = DAO %1$s, méthode %$3$s, les balises limit ne sont permises que pour les méthodes de type select et selectfirst (fichier %2$s)
+method.duplicate= DAO %1$s, la méthode %3$s est déjà définie (fichier %2$s)
+
+
+method.condition.unknown= DAO %1$s, méthode %$3$s, la condition %4$s n'est pas reconnu (fichier %2$s)
+method.property.unknown= DAO %1$s, la méthode %3$s utilise une propriété (%4$s) qui n'existe pas dans la DAO (fichier %2$s)
+method.property.forbidden= DAO %1$s, la méthode %3$s de ce type ne doit pas contenir de condition sur des propriétés étrangères (fichier %2$s)
+method.condition.valueexpr.together= DAO %1$s, méthode %3$s, condition %4$s : il n'est pas possible de spécifier une valeur et une expression en même temps (fichier %2$s)
+method.condition.valueexpr.notallowed= DAO %1$s, méthode %3$s, il n'est pas possible de spécifier une valeur ou une expression pour la condition %4$s (fichier %2$s)
+method.condition.valueexpr.missing= DAO %1$s, méthode %3$s, une valeur ou une expression est requise pour la condition %4$s (fichier %2$s)
+method.orderitem.bad= DAO %1$s, la propriété de l'élement d'ordre %3$s pour la méthode %4$s est inconnu ou absent (fichier %2$s)
+method.orderitem.property.missing= DAO %1$s, méthode %3$s, il faut indiquer une propriété sur une balise orderitem (fichier %2$s)
+method.values.property.unknow= DAO %1$s, la méthode %3$s contient une propriété inconnue parmis les balises <values> (fichier %2$s)
+method.values.property.bad= DAO %1$s, la méthode %3$s indique une propriété qui n'est pas de la table primaire (fichier %2$s)
+method.values.property.pkforbidden= DAO %1$s, les propriétés de type PK sont interdites dans les valeurs pour la méthode %3$s (fichier %2$s)
+method.values.valueexpr= DAO %1$s, méthode %3$s, une valeur ou une expression est requise dans une balise value (fichier %2$s)
+method.limit.parameter.unknow= DAO %1$s, nom de paramètre %4$s inconnu dans la balise limit de la méthode %3$s (fichier %2$s)
+method.limit.badvalue= DAO %1$s, mauvaise valeur de limite ( %4$s ) dans la méthode %3$s (fichier %2$s)
+
5 lib/jelix-modules/jelix/locales/fr_FR/db.ISO-8859-1.properties
@@ -0,0 +1,5 @@
+error.profil.unknow=Le profil de connexion "%s" pour jDb est inconnu
+error.database.unknow=La base %s est inconnue
+error.connection=Impossible de se connecter sur %s (mauvais host, login ou mot de passe ?)
+error.query.bad=Erreur dans la requête (%s)
+error.feature.unsupported=JDb : le driver %s ne prend pas en charge la fonctionnalité "%s"
55 lib/jelix-modules/jelix/locales/fr_FR/errors.ISO-8859-1.properties
@@ -0,0 +1,55 @@
+# RUNTIME ERRORS
+
+
+#---- actiondesc
+ad.actiongroup.file.unknow=Action %s : le fichier actiongroup %s n'existe pas
+ad.actiongroup.class.unknow=Action %s : la classe actiongroup %s n'existe pas (fichier : %s)
+ad.actiongroup.method.unknow=Action %s : la méthode %s de la classe actiongroup %s n'existe pas (fichier : %s)
+
+ad.response.unknow=Action %s : la réponse %s n'existe pas (fichier : %s)
+ad.response.type.unknow=Action %s : Le type "%s" de la réponse %s est inconnu (fichier : %s)
+ad.response.not.loaded=Action %s : La classe pour la réponse %3$s de type "%2$s" ne peut être chargée
+
+
+#---- compilateur d'action
+ac.xml.request.type.attr.missing=Un attribut type d'une balise request est manquant (fichier : %s)
+ac.xml.ag.selector.invalid=Selecteur d'action group "%s" invalide pour l'action %s (fichier : %s)
+
+#---- coordinator
+module.untrusted=Module "%s" désactivé
+action.unknow=Action "%s" inconnue
+response.missing=Réponse non spécifiée (action %s)
+default.response.type.unknow=Action %s : Le type par défaut "%s" est inconnu
+default.response.not.loaded=Action %s : La classe pour la réponse du type par défaut "%2$s" ne peut être chargée
+plugin.unregister=Le plugin %s est nécessaire, déclarez le dans la configuration de Jelix
+
+
+#---- includer
+includer.source.missing=Includer : le selecteur %s n'indique pas de fichier source
+
+#---- locales
+locale.key.selector.invalid= La clef de locale "%s" est invalide (pour le module %s, charset %s, langue %s)
+locale.key.unknow= La clef de locale "%s" est inexistante (pour le module %s, charset %s, langue %s)
+
+#---- templates
+
+tpl.tag.syntax.invalid=Dans le template %2$s La syntaxe de balise %1$s est invalide
+tpl.tag.function.invalid=Dans le template %2$s La syntaxe de la fonction %1$s est invalide
+tpl.tag.function.unknow=Dans le template %2$s La fonction %1$s est inconnue
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+tpl.tag.modifier.unknow=Dans le tag %s du template %3$s Le modificateur %2$s est inconnu
+tpl.tag.block.end.missing=Dans le template %2$s, la fin d'un bloc %1$s est manquant
+tpl.tag.block.begin.missing=Dans le template %2$s, le début d'un bloc %1$s est manquant
+tpl.tag.phpsyntax.invalid=Dans le tag %s du template %3$s, le code php %2$s n'est pas autorisé
+tpl.tag.locale.invalid=Dans le tag %s du template %s, clef de localisation vide
+tpl.tag.character.invalid=Dans le tag %s du template %3$s, le caractère %2$s n'est pas autorisé
+tpl.tag.bracket.error=Dans le tag %s du template %s, il y a des erreurs au niveau des parenthèses
+
+
+#---- Divers
+selector.unknow=Le selecteur %s n'est pas conforme
+selector.invalid=Selecteur "%s" invalide
+file.directory.notexists = Le répertoire demandé (%s) n'existe pas
+file.directory.notwritable = Impossible d'écrire le fichier %s, assurez vous que le répertoire %s autorise l'écriture
+file.write.error = Un problème est survenu lors de l'écriture du fichier %s en utilisant le fichier temporaire %s
+tech=Il y a une erreur technique sur There is a technic error on the site. Please try connect to it later.
39 lib/jelix-modules/jelix/locales/fr_FR/format.ISO-8859-1.properties
@@ -0,0 +1,39 @@
+# format utilisant les caractères de remplacement de la fonction date
+date = d/m/Y
+datetime = d/m/Y h:i:s
+time = h:i:s
+
+
+format.monetary = %d EURO
+
+decimal_point = .
+thousands_sep = \w
+
+int_curr_symbol = EUR #International currency symbol (i.e. USD)
+currency_symbol = EURO #Local currency symbol (i.e. $)
+mon_decimal_point = , #Monetary decimal point character
+mon_thousands_sep = \w #Monetary thousands separator
+mon_grouping = #Array containing monetary groupings
+positive_sign = #Sign for positive values
+negative_sign = - #Sign for negative values
+int_frac_digits = 2 #International fractional digits
+frac_digits Local = #fractional digits
+p_cs_precedes = #TRUE if currency_symbol precedes a positive value, FALSE if it succeeds one
+p_sep_by_space = #TRUE if a space separates currency_symbol from a positive value, FALSE otherwise
+n_cs_precedes = #TRUE if currency_symbol precedes a negative value, FALSE if it succeeds one
+n_sep_by_space = #TRUE if a space separates currency_symbol from a negative value, FALSE otherwise
+
+p_sign_posn =
+#0 - Parentheses surround the quantity and currency_symbol
+#1 - The sign string precedes the quantity and currency_symbol
+#2 - The sign string succeeds the quantity and currency_symbol
+#3 - The sign string immediately precedes the currency_symbol
+#4 - The sign string immediately succeeds the currency_symbol
+
+n_sign_posn =
+
+#0 - Parentheses surround the quantity and currency_symbol
+#1 - The sign string precedes the quantity and currency_symbol
+#2 - The sign string succeeds the quantity and currency_symbol
+#3 - The sign string immediately precedes the currency_symbol
+#4 - The sign string immediately succeeds the currency_symbol
3 lib/jelix-modules/jelix/locales/fr_FR/jelix.ISO-8859-1.properties
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+framework.name=Jelix
+framework.slogan=Jelix, framework pour PHP
+
102 lib/jelix-modules/jelix/locales/fr_FR/ui.ISO-8859-1.properties
@@ -0,0 +1,102 @@
+title.confirm=Confirmation
+title.help=Aide
+title.status=statut
+title.actions=actions
+title.offlineElements = éléments à traiter
+title.onlineElements = éléments en ligne
+
+buttons.save = Enregistrer
+buttons.ok=Valider
+buttons.cancel=Annuler
+buttons.search=Rechercher
+buttons.select=Sélectionner
+buttons.selected=Sélectionné
+buttons.accept=Accepter
+buttons.refuse=Refuser
+buttons.back=Retour
+buttons.show=Voir
+buttons.valid=Valider
+buttons.propose=Proposer
+buttons.publish=Publier
+buttons.trash=Corbeille
+buttons.emptyTrash=Vider la corbeille
+buttons.restore=Restaurer
+buttons.new=Nouveau
+buttons.update=Modifier
+buttons.delete=Supprimer
+buttons.confirm=Confirmer
+buttons.add = Ajouter
+buttons.paste=Coller
+buttons.copy=Copier
+buttons.cut=Couper
+buttons.yes = Oui
+buttons.no = Non
+buttons.browse = Parcourir
+buttons.enable = Activer
+buttons.disable = Désactiver
+buttons.moveup = Monter
+buttons.movedown = Descendre
+buttons.warning = Attention
+
+buttons.visible = Visible
+buttons.hidden = Invisible
+buttons.enabled = Activé
+buttons.disabled = Désactivé
+buttons.moveleft = Vers la gauche
+buttons.moveright = Vers la droite
+buttons.help = Aide
+buttons.mail = e-mail
+buttons.sendbymail = Envoyer par e-mail
+buttons.send = Envoyer
+buttons.login = Connexion
+buttons.logout = Déconnexion
+buttons.test = Tester
+buttons.open = Ouvrir
+buttons.close = Fermer
+buttons.split = Scinder
+buttons.merge = Fusionner
+buttons.mergetoleft = Fusionner vers la gauche
+buttons.mergetoright = Fusionner vers la droite
+buttons.mergetoup = Fusionner vers le haut
+buttons.mergetobottom = Fusionner vers le bas
+buttons.calendar = Calendrier
+buttons.import = Importer
+buttons.export = Exporter
+buttons.comments = Commentaires
+buttons.clone = Dupliquer
+buttons.first = Premier
+buttons.last = Dernier
+buttons.history = Historique
+buttons.informations = Informations supplémentaires
+buttons.link = Lien
+buttons.lock = Vérouiller
+buttons.unlock = Libérer
+buttons.locked = Vérouillé
+buttons.unlocked = Dévérouillé
+buttons.next = Suivant
+buttons.previous = Précédent
+buttons.download = Télécharger
+buttons.more = Plus
+buttons.hot = a notter
+buttons.important = important
+buttons.upload = uploader
+buttons.move_10_up = Déplacer de 10 vers le haut
+buttons.move_10_down = Déplacer de 10 vers le bas
+buttons.move_10_left = Déplacer de 10 vers la gauche
+buttons.move_10_right = Déplacer de 10 vers la droite
+buttons.way_up = Plus haut
+buttons.way_down = Plus bas
+buttons.way_left = Plus à gauche
+buttons.way_right = Plus à droite
+buttons.left = Gauche
+buttons.right = Droite
+buttons.up = Haut
+buttons.down = Bas
+
+messages.title = Titre
+messages.desc = Description
+messages.name = Nom
+messages.author = Auteur
+messages.comment = Commentaire
+messages.none = Aucun
+messages.error = Erreur
4 lib/jelix-modules/jelix/module.xml
@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
+<?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?>
+<module xmlns="http://jelix.org/ns/module/1.0">
+
+</module>
4 lib/jelix-plugins/CREDITS
@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
+Cr�dits
+=======
+
+Concepteur et d�veloppeur : Laurent Jouanneau
3 lib/jelix-plugins/INSTALL
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+Installation des plugins pour jelix
+===================================
+
504 lib/jelix-plugins/LICENCE
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+
4 lib/jelix-scripts/CREDITS
@@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
+Cr�dits
+=======
+
+Concepteur et d�veloppeur : Laurent Jouanneau
3 lib/jelix-scripts/INSTALL
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+Installation des plugins pour jelix
+===================================
+
340 lib/jelix-scripts/LICENCE
@@ -0,0 +1,340 @@
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46 lib/jelix-scripts/commands/createaction.cmd.php
@@ -0,0 +1,46 @@
+<?php
+/**
+* @package jelix-scripts
+* @version $Id$
+* @author Jouanneau Laurent
+* @contributor
+* @copyright 2005-2006 Jouanneau laurent
+* @link http://www.jelix.org
+* @licence GNU General Public Licence see LICENCE file or http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html
+*/
+
+
+class createactionCommand extends JelixScriptCommand {
+
+ public $name = 'createaction';
+ public $allowed_options=array();
+ public $allowed_parameters=array('module'=>true,'name'=>true, 'actiongroup'=>false, 'method'=>false);
+
+ public $syntaxhelp = "MODULE ACTION [ACTIONGROUP] [METHOD]";
+ public $help="
+ Permet d'ajouter une nouvelle action
+
+ MODULE : le nom du module concerné.
+ ACTION (facultatif) : nom de l'action que vous voulez ajouter
+ ACTIONGROUP (facultatif) : nom de l'actiongroup concerné par l'action que vous
+ avez spécifié.
+ METHOD (facultatif) : nom de la méthode de l'actiongroup que vous avez spécifié.";
+
+
+ public function run(){
+ $path= $this->getModulePath($this->_parameters['module']);
+
+ $actiongroup = $this->getParam('actiongroup','default');
+ $method = $this->getParam('method','getDefault');
+
+ $param= compact('actiongroup','method');
+ $param['name'] = $this->_parameters['name'];
+ $param['module'] = $this->_parameters['module'];
+
+ // TODO
+
+ }
+}
+
+
+?>
46 lib/jelix-scripts/commands/createag.cmd.php
@@ -0,0 +1,46 @@
+<?php
+
+/**
+* @package jelix-scripts
+* @version $Id$
+* @author Jouanneau Laurent
+* @contributor
+* @copyright 2005-2006 Jouanneau laurent
+* @link http://www.jelix.org
+* @licence GNU General Public Licence see LICENCE file or http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html
+*/
+
+class createagCommand extends JelixScriptCommand {
+
+ public $name = 'createag';
+ public $allowed_options=array();
+ public $allowed_parameters=array('module'=>true,'name'=>true, 'method'=>false);
+
+ public $syntaxhelp = "MODULE NOM_ACTIONGROUP [NOM_METHOD]";
+ public $help="
+ Permet de créer un nouveau fichier d'une classe actiongroup
+
+ MODULE : le nom du module concerné.
+ NOM_ACTIONGROUP : nom de l'actiongroup que vous voulez créer.
+ NOM_METHOD (facultatif) : nom de la première méthode. Par défaut, elle a le nom getDefault.";
+
+
+ public function run(){
+ $path= $this->getModulePath($this->_parameters['module']);
+
+ $agfilename= $path.'actiongroups/';
+ $this->createDir($agfilename);
+
+ $agfilename.=strtolower($this->_parameters['name']).'.ag.php';
+
+ $method = $this->getParam('method','getDefault');
+
+ $param= array('name'=>$this->_parameters['name'] , 'method'=>$method);
+
+ $this->createFile($agfilename,'actiongroup.tpl',$param);
+
+ }
+}
+
+
+?>
133 lib/jelix-scripts/commands/createdao.cmd.php
@@ -0,0 +1,133 @@
+<?php
+/**
+* @package jelix-scripts
+* @version $Id$
+* @author Jouanneau Laurent
+* @contributor
+* @copyright 2005-2006 Jouanneau laurent
+* @link http://www.jelix.org
+* @licence GNU General Public Licence see LICENCE file or http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html
+*/
+
+
+
+class createdaoCommand extends JelixScriptCommand {
+
+ public $name = 'createdao';
+ public $allowed_options=array('-profil'=>true, '-empty'=>false);
+ public $allowed_parameters=array('module'=>true,'name'=>true, 'table'=>false);
+
+ public $syntaxhelp = "[-profil nom] [-empty] MODULE DAO TABLEPRINCIPALE";
+ public $help="
+ Créer un nouveau fichier de dao
+
+ -profil (facultatif) : indique le profil à utiliser pour se connecter à
+ la base et récupérer les informations de la table
+ -empty (facultatif) : ne se connecte pas à la base et génère un fichier
+ dao vide
+
+ MODULE : le nom du module concerné.
+ DAO : nom du dao à créer.
+ TABLEPRINCIPALE : nom de la table principale sur laquelle s'appuie le dao
+ (cette commande ne permet pas de générer un dao s'appuyant
+ sur de multiple table)";
+
+
+ public function run(){
+ die("Non disponible dans cette version\n");
+
+
+ $path= $this->getModulePath($this->_parameters['module']);
+
+ $filename= $path.'daos/';
+ $this->createDir($filename);
+
+ $filename.=strtolower($this->_parameters['name']).'.dao.xml';
+
+ $profil= $this->getOption('-profil')
+
+ $param = array('name'=>$this->_parameters['name'],
+ 'table'=>$this->_parameters['table'],
+ 'connection'=>$connection);
+
+ if($this->getOption('-empty')){
+ $this->createFile($filename,'dao_empty.xml.tpl',$param);
+ }else{
+ require_once(JELIX_LIB_DB_PATH.'JDb.class.php');
+
+ $tools = jDb::getTools($profil);
+ $fields = $tools->getFieldList($this->_parameters['table']);
+
+ $properties='';
+ $primarykeys='';
+ foreach($fields as $fieldname=>$prop){
+
+ switch($prop->type){
+
+ case 'varchar':
+ case 'text':
+ case 'mediumtext':
+ case 'longtext':
+ case 'tinytext':
+ case 'char':
+ case 'enum':
+ case 'set':
+ $type='string';
+ break;
+ case 'tinyint':
+ case 'int':
+ case 'smallint':
+ case 'year':
+ if($prop->auto_increment ){
+ $type='autoincrement';
+ }else{
+ $type='int';
+ }
+ break;
+
+ case 'mediumint':
+ case 'bigint':
+ if($prop->auto_increment ){
+ $type='bigautoincrement';
+ }else{
+ $type='numeric';
+ }
+ break;
+ case 'float':
+ case 'double':
+ case 'decimal':
+ $type='float';
+ break;
+
+ case 'date':
+ case 'datetime':
+ case 'timestamp':
+ case 'time':
+ $type='date';
+ break;
+ default:
+ $type='';
+ }
+
+ if($type!=''){
+ $properties.="\n <property name=\"$fieldname\"";
+ $properties.=' type="'.$type.'"';
+ if($prop->primary){
+ $properties.=' pk="yes"';
+ $primarykeys.="\n <primarykey fieldname=\"$fieldname\" />";
+ }
+ if($prop->notnull)
+ $properties.=' required="yes"';
+ $properties.='/>';
+ }
+
+ }
+ $param['properties']=$properties;
+ $param['primarykeys']=$primarykeys;
+ $this->createFile($filename,'dao.xml.tpl',$param);
+ }
+ }
+}
+
+
+?>
68 lib/jelix-scripts/commands/createmodule.cmd.php
@@ -0,0 +1,68 @@
+<?php
+/**
+* @package jelix-scripts
+* @version $Id$
+* @author Jouanneau Laurent
+* @contributor
+* @copyright 2005-2006 Jouanneau laurent
+* @link http://www.jelix.org
+* @licence GNU General Public Licence see LICENCE file or http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html
+*/
+
+
+class createmoduleCommand extends JelixScriptCommand {
+
+ public $name = 'createmodule';
+ public $allowed_options=array('-nosubdir'=>false, '-noag'=>false);
+ public $allowed_parameters=array('module'=>true);
+
+ public $syntaxhelp = "[-nosubdir] [-noag] MODULE";
+ public $help="
+ Créer un nouveau module, avec son fichier module.xml, action.xml
+ et un actiongroup par défaut, ainsi que tous les sous-repertoires courants
+ (zones, templates, daos, locales, classes...).
+
+ -nosubdir (facultatif) : ne créer pas tous les sous-repertoires courant..
+ -noag (facultatif) : ne créer pas le fichier desc et actiongroup par défaut
+ MODULE : le nom du module à créer.";
+
+
+ public function run(){
+ $path= $this->getModulePath($this->_parameters['module'], false);
+
+ if(file_exists($path)){
+ die("Error: module '".$module."' already exists");
+ }
+ $this->createDir($path);
+ $this->createFile($path.'module.xml','module.xml.tpl',array('name'=>$this->_parameters['module']));
+ $this->createFile($path.'actions.xml','actions.xml.tpl',array('module'=>$this->_parameters['module']));
+
+ if(!$this->getOption('-nosubdir')){
+ $this->createDir($path.'classes/');
+ $this->createDir($path.'zones/');
+ $this->createDir($path.'actiongroups/');
+ $this->createDir($path.'templates/');
+ $this->createDir($path.'classes/');
+ $this->createDir($path.'daos/');
+ $this->createDir($path.'locales/');
+ $this->createDir($path.'locales/en_EN/');
+ $this->createDir($path.'locales/fr_FR/');
+ }
+
+ if(!$this->getOption('-noag')){
+ $agcommand = jxs_load_command('createag');
+ $agcommand->init(array(),array('module'=>$this->_parameters['module'], 'name'=>'default','method'=>'getDefault'));