Makes product details, properties, prototypes, taxonomies and option types translatable by bridging the Globalize 2 plugin.
With Spree 0.11 installed and bootstrapped, install the spree-i18n extension and the Globalize 2 plugin:
script/extension install git://github.com/railsdog/spree-i18n.git script/plugin install git://github.com/joshmh/globalize2.git
Then go ahead and install product_translations:
script/extension install git://github.com/oliverbarnes/spree-product-translations.git
Configure product_translations to load after the i18n extension:
# config/preinitializer.rb SPREE_EXTENSIONS_LOAD_ORDER = [:i18n, :product_translations, :all, :site]
to create the translation tables defined in the migrations here.
If you have pre-existing data, you'll need to run this rake task:
it will copy the original data over to the new translation tables. Globalize 2 doesn't default to the original model table for the default locale like v1 used to.
To edit the content in a specific language, simply change the locale on the language nav, and edit on the admin as usual.
Product name description meta_description meta_keywords
You might need to comment out the rspec gem requirement under config/environments/test.rb - for some reason, even with both the rspec gem and plugin installed, I would keep getting an annoying missing gem error.
Spree is officially making a choice for Test::Unit anyway, so this shouldn't create a problem.
(not that I don't like Rspec, I actually prefer it in other projects.)
If you see anything you need missing, or if you have a useful patch, feel free to submit them on the Issues section of the github project.