T() and 4 variables

Hi everyone,

I am facing a weird issue with the translation helper.

When i try to display a localized string with 4 variables, here what i
get :

my_string: “We successfully add {{count}} credits available from
{{start_date}} to {{end_date}}. Total : {{total}} EUR”

t(“my_string”, :count => 3, :start_date => “2010-01-01”, :end_date =>
“2010-12-31”, :total => 12)

=> “We successfully add 3 credits available from 2010-01-01 to
2010-12-31. Total : {{total}} EUR”

The point is the fourth (total) variable is not interpreted. I tried
to change my variables’ order but it didn’t change anything.

Thanks per advance for your help

2010/8/4 Céd’ [email protected]

t(“my_string”, :count => 3, :start_date => “2010-01-01”, :end_date =>
“2010-12-31”, :total => 12)

=> “We successfully add 3 credits available from 2010-01-01 to
2010-12-31. Total : {{total}} EUR”

The point is the fourth (total) variable is not interpreted. I tried
to change my variables’ order but it didn’t change anything.

Thanks per advance for your help

Are you in Rails 3. If yes, you can try to change {{}} by this {%%}

Unfortunately i’m running rails 2.3.5

Le mercredi 04 août 2010 à 12:07 +0200, Andrés gutiérrez a écrit :

2010/8/4 Cédric Bousmanne [email protected]

Unfortunately i’m running rails 2.3.5

Le mercredi 04 août 2010 à 12:07 +0200, Andrés gutiérrez a écrit :

Are you in Rails 3. If yes, you can try to change {{}} by this {%%}

Try to print “total” variable in the view:
value of total: <%= total %>

What is the ouput?

The output is the one i expected

Le mercredi 04 août 2010 à 12:51 +0200, Andrés gutiérrez a écrit :

2010/8/4 Andrés gutiérrez [email protected]:

Are you in Rails 3. If yes, you can try to change {{}} by this {%%}

Rails version does not matter. i18n version is relevant. Also {{}}
throws deprecation, but still works in latest i18n.

2010/8/4 Céd’ [email protected]:

t(“my_string”, :count => 3, :start_date => “2010-01-01”, :end_date =>
“2010-12-31”, :total => 12)

=> “We successfully add 3 credits available from 2010-01-01 to
2010-12-31. Total : {{total}} EUR”

Tried with identical case and works for me (Rails 2.3.8 + i18n 0.4.1).

Absolutely, i tried two or three differents names.

Le mercredi 04 août 2010 à 07:54 -0500, Andrés Mejía a écrit :

Have you tried changing the variable name? Say, “total_price” instead of
“total”? If that works there might be some strange name conflict
somewhere.

On Wed, Aug 4, 2010 at 7:43 AM, Krzysztof K.
<[email protected]

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