Forum: Ruby on Rails Initializers and I18n

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Daniel L. (Guest)
on 2009-03-20 03:09
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My project have strange behavior diferent than I expected.

If I place a line like below after the Rails::Initializer block from
my enviroment file it will work fine:

PROJECT_NAME = I18n.t("")

But If I move this to a initializer file it will get the translation

"translation missing: xxx, xxx xxxx"

I'm sure this is happening because the order of Rails load the
framework, initializers and then locale.

But somebody know if is possible to puts this in initializer and make
that kind of constant assignments after Rails load the locale?

I'm thinking in include a module after but for
that kind of thing need to be in a initializer file.
Daniel L. (Guest)
on 2009-03-20 17:08
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