Organizing translations with I18n::Cascade and I18n::MissingTranslations

I thought I’d drop you a note that I’ve written up a few things about
what tools we are using to organize translations at work. I get asked
these questions a lot so maybe it makes sense to spam the list with this
:slight_smile:

http://svenfuchs.com/2011/2/11/organizing-translations-with-i18n-cascade-and-i18n-missingtranslations

What other techniques/conventions do people apply?

Comments welcome!

Hi
These advices are really good. I myself made the mistake to aim for
DRY .yml files

I have an addition to the string class .to_local(key) that allows me
to use my own coventions for key and that works really good
For example I have one enumeration.class.variable for enumerations and
one key models and one key controllers etc
Ialso have one key views to be DRY but I will now change that to the
deafults in Rails 3 (i.e controller.view.word)

I also use a set of common flash messages for the common actions
(sucess and failure)
Finally I use a method that stores translations of flash messages as
flash.controller.action.flash_key (ie. error_1,error_2…, success,
warning etc)


Hans M.
St: Larsgatan 50, 58224 Linkping, Sweden
Phone: +46708371202

13 feb 2011 kl. 14.15 skrev Sven F.:

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