Different Load Mechanism for I18n

I’ve spent some time developing a plugin for i18n.

What it actually does, is to extend the i18n to support different load
mechanisms.
First of all there is the simple everyone knows.

Then i created a new Loader which loads the files from directories
like the classic one.
But when loading the content of a file, it is not just merged all
together.
What it actually does is checkout where the translation file is
located and depending on it’s path, it pushes the translations in that
position in the translation hash.

For me the translation files look more dry.

I don’t know if it’s usefull to somebody, but check it out:
http://github.com/menostos/i18n_nested

is more faster than default?

2010/2/5 menostos [email protected]

What it actually does is checkout where the translation file is
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actually i think not, because you’re probably gone load more files
than before. but the translation will still be as fast as before.

i don’t know if it matters if it’s faster because i don’t think many
of production applications going to load translations on each request.

2010/2/6 menostos [email protected]

actually i think not, because you’re probably gone load more files
than before. but the translation will still be as fast as before.

i don’t know if it matters if it’s faster because i don’t think many
of production applications going to load translations on each request.

is true. Thanks

mechanisms.
For me the translation files look more dry.
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Nice!

I’ve added this to the wiki: http://rails-i18n.org/wiki

Seems like it has already been removed from the wiki…

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