Hi, i don't find any useful information about my issue and i hope someone can help me out. please correct me if i'm wrong... i18n::backend::cache uses the cache_key method to create a key for caching, right?! on line 70 of lib/i18n/backend/cache.rb i find: hash = RUBY_VERSION >= "1.8.7" ? args.hash : args.inspect therefore it (only) uses args.hash to generate the key for caching if i'm using ruby >= 1.8.7. Well i'am using: ruby 1.8.7 (2008-08-11 patchlevel 72) [x86_64-linux] on a debian machine. My app has many translations for 3 different locales. Actually, the i18n's cache implementation produces many collisions for my app and therefore i have many german translations on the english version of my app. Well, i think: if cache_key only uses args.hash to push the translation into the cache ... and 2 keys share the same hash... of course there is a collision. Am i missing a point? To help me out i'm currently using a modified version of i18n::backend:cache that only differs to the default cache implementation by: hash = args.inspect and therefore acts like with ruby < 1.8.7 .... any help ? do i have to open an issue on github - or am i wrong ?
on 2010-03-25 18:43