Adding localization feature to a web-project

Josef Meile jmeile at hotmail.com
Wed Nov 5 17:45:30 CET 2003


It seems like you can also use it directly from python without
installing zope (or at least that are their plans):

http://in-girum.net/pipermail/localizer/2003-June/000020.html

"Josef Meile" <jmeile at hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:3fa92279$1 at pfaff2.ethz.ch...
> Hi,
>
> if you use zope, you can install a product named Localizer. I
> have tested it and it works pretty good. The main idea of this
> product is to define an object that contains two or more
> versions of the page (or images if you want), then it will
> automatically select the version according to your browser
> prefferences or a language cookie (You can set the precedence
> order).
>
> If I'm not bad, for interface elements, like buttons and error messages,
> you can define a resource table with the translation of each message.
>
> Regards,
> Josef
>
> "Thomas Weholt" <2002 at weholt.org> wrote in message
> news:rr8qb.36570$os2.534628 at news2.e.nsc.no...
> > Hi,
> >
> > I'm doing a web-project using Python and was wondering how I can add a
> > localization option to my web-pages? Does anybody have any hints or
ideas?
> > I'm using simpleTal/es as a template-engine.
> >
> > I need to let the user specify (or download a language pack ) and
> customize
> > central text elements in a web-portal according to his/her needs.
> >
> > If anybody can share some thoughts or examples on how they did this or
> ideas
> > on a system which makes such localization packs easy to maintain, that
> would
> > help alot.
> >
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Thomas
> >
> >
>
>






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