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[Framework][Translate] Better translation loading order #4783

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ddattee commented May 30, 2016

Translation files of theme should be loaded after translation pack to allow the theme to override the translation pack.

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[Framework][Translate] Better translation loading order to allow them…
…e translation to override language pack

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PascalBrouwers commented Aug 18, 2016

@victorgugo can you merge this?


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jalogut commented Sep 19, 2016

Hello, I have the same problem. Could you please merge this?


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magento-cicd2 commented Dec 20, 2016

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@ddattee ddattee force-pushed the ddattee:develop branch from 4b5c1e1 to b5db3c7 Dec 20, 2016


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astorm commented Dec 30, 2016

@magento-cicd2 Any reason this isn't merged? It looks like @ddattee has a signed contributor agreement. /cc @piotrekkaminski


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danslo commented Dec 31, 2016

@astorm There's also an updated PR with a signed CLA and where the tests got updated (#7142).


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schmengler commented Mar 21, 2017

Closed as duplicate of #7142

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