Babelish : Chaotically confused, like Babel
Originally created to deal with localizedStrings files (aka CSV-to-iOS-Localizable.strings-converter), this command tool now converts a csv file of translations into the below file formats and vice-versa:
- .strings (iOS)
- .xml (Android)
It can also fetch the csv file from GoogleDrive.
gem install babelish
Requires Ruby 1.9.3 or above.
› babelish help Commands: babelish android2csv # Convert .xml files to CSV file babelish csv2android # Convert CSV file to .xml babelish csv2json # Convert CSV file to .json babelish csv2php # Convert CSV file to .php babelish csv2strings # Convert CSV file to .strings babelish csv_download # Download Google Spreadsheet containing translations babelish help [COMMAND] # Describe available commands or one specific command babelish json2csv # Convert .json files to CSV file babelish open FILE # Open local csv file in default editor or Google Spreadsheet containing translations in default browser babelish php2csv # Convert .php files to CSV file babelish strings2csv # Convert .strings files to CSV file babelish version # Display current version Options: [--verbose], [--no-verbose]
You can use a configuration file to hold all your commandline arguments into a file.
.babelish file (YAML) in your repo where you will run the command. In case you need to reset the Google Drive token you have to delete the .babelish.token file.
See .babelish.sample file in the doc folder. as the possible values.
For previous CSV-to-iOS-Localizable.strings-converter, rename your
For more details, check the documentation: https://github.com/netbe/Babelish/wiki/How-to-Use
Want to add another support for a new format or/and usage? Add a new feature? Fix a bug?
Just create a pull request with a branch like
bundle install to install all the dependencies. Tests are done with
Test::Unit so run
rake test to run all the test suite.
Todo & Known issues
See GitHub issues