Mayl is an anagram of YAML, and also a console to create, edit and maintain YAML files in any kind of Ruby projects.
Install mayl yourself:
$ gem install mayl
Mayl expects your YAML files to be organized like this: one file per locale
ca.yml...) in a directory.
When it starts, it needs to know where to find all these YAML files, and it
looks by default under
./config/locales but you can always run it like
some/other/dir to override this.
$ mayl Detected locales: ca, en, es >
Now we'll set a new key by typing
set KEY and typing in the translations:
> set activerecord.models.post ca: Article en: Post es: Artículo Set activerecord.models.post to Article (ca), Post (en) and Artículo (es) >
Changes get written to the file immediately. We can consult a key any time,
and in case we see any error, correct it quickly with
edit LOCALE NEWVALUE:
> get activerecord.models.post ca: Article en: Post es: Artículo > edit es Entrada Set activerecord.models.post to Entrada (es) >
If you want to work for a while inside a namespace, let's say
activerecord.models, you can do so by
cd-ing into it, and even
> cd activerecord.models activerecord.models > get post ca: Article en: Post es: Entrada activerecord.models > cd .. activerecord > ls models attributes activerecord > cd .. >
Cool way to navigate your YAML files huh?
exit: Exits the console.
To run the tests:
To build the documentation under the
$ rake doc
- Fork it
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Added some feature')
- Push to the branch (
git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create new Pull Request