Language Redirect Extension

I ported the Language Redirect Behavior to mental. You can get it from

https://svn1.hosted-projects.com/medlar/language_redirect_extension

The port was straightforward so I assumed no tests were necessary
(wrong assumption, I know). You can do whatever you want with it.

–Giovanni

Looks good, Giovanni! A functional test would probably be all that is
necessary – something that tests if the redirection works correctly, in
as
many different cases as possible or reasonable.

Sean

Now you’re forcing me to write tests :smiley:

2007/1/22, Sean C. [email protected]:

On 2008/12/09, at 14:03, Michael Kessler wrote:

Hi everyone,

I’m looking for the “Language Redirect” extension, but unfortunately
the subversion repository that is linked from the third-party
extension page on the radiant wiki has been deleted. Can someone who
has this extension installed kindly provide me a copy, or better
share it on github so that we can update the wiki?

Maybe one of these 3 extensions on GitHub provide a similar solution.
I haven’t personally investigated any of the options.

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url: http://github.com/lorenjohnson/radiant-language-switch
description: A basic internationalization extension for Radiant CMS
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     url: http://github.com/DefV/site_language

description: Radiant Extension for multiple language support

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     url: http://github.com/peburrows/translator

description: Radiant extension for simple, elegant language localization

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Michael,

I’ll send you a tarball of a modified version of the original.

Sean

I’ll fork it this weekend at the sprint. Thanks!

Sean

If anyone needs mine I closed the svn server and put it on github
http://github.com/intinig/radiant_language_redirect_extension/tree/master

Feel free to contribute.

Sean please contribute your changes :slight_smile:

2008/12/9 Sean C. [email protected]:

Np. I moved away from svn but forgot to move all the projects to github.

2008/12/9 Sean C. [email protected]:

Thanks, I updated the wiki to point at the new location.

John,

I had a look at those extensions, but I feel that the simplicity and
independency of the different language trees are exactly what I’ve
looked for.

Anyway thanks for all the responses.

Michael

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