For those interested, I have released v1.1 of GLoc today. Head on over
to http://rubyforge.org/projects/gloc/ to download it, or do an ‘svn
update’ if you’re using trunk.
Here’s a list of what’s new:
- The charset for each and/or all languages can now be easily
- Added a ActionController filter that auto-detects the client language.
- The rake task “sort” now merges lines that match 100%, and warns if
duplicate keys are found.
- Rule support. Create flexible rules to handle issues such as
- Massive speed and stability improvements to development mode.
- Added Russian strings. (Thanks to Evgeny Lineytsev)
- Complete RDoc documentation.
- Improved helpers.
- GLoc now configurable via get_config and set_config
- Added an option to tell GLoc to output various verbose information.
- More useful functions such as set_language_if_valid, similar_language
- GLoc’s entire internal state can now be backed up and restored.