wxpython and wxlocale

Ya tmartinez at ammsoft.com
Tue Jan 27 11:04:15 CET 2004


This is my code:
The button of "OK" is not translated.
What is wrong ?

#I have a mo file named myapp.mo for translate my own dialogs.
#its containt
#....
#....
#: myapp.py:23
#msgid "Hello World"
#msgstr "Bonjour Monde"
#...
#in this location .\locale\fr\LC_MESSAGES

import gettext
from wxPython.wx import *
import wx
import locale
import sys, os, time

def startapp(self):

    self.loc = wx.Locale()
    self.loc.Init(wx.LANGUAGE_FRENCH)

    gettext.translation("myapp", ".\locale",languages=['fr']).install()

    #display then message "Bonjour Monde", but the OK button not is
translate!!!!!
    dlg = wxMessageDialog(None, _('Hello World'),'', wxOK |
wxICON_INFORMATION)
    try:
        dlg.ShowModal()
    finally:
        dlg.Destroy()

class BoaApp(wxApp):
    def OnInit(self):
        wxInitAllImageHandlers()
        startapp(self)
        return True

def main():
    try:
        demopath= os.path.dirname(__file__)
        os.chdir(demopath)
    except:
        pass
    application = BoaApp(0)
    application.MainLoop()

if __name__ == '__main__':
    main()

"Jarek Zgoda" <jzgoda at gazeta.usun.pl> escribió en el mensaje
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> Ya <tmartinez at ammsoft.com> pisze:
>
> > Is there any way of telling python that the text of the dialogues is in
a
> > specific language?
> > And in affirmative case. How is it made? since all the attempts have
been
> > useless.
> > I think that wxLocale has to be used, but I do not become clear.
>
> loc = wx.Locale()
> loc.Init(wx.LANGUAGE_POLISH)
>
> Et voila, your program uses Polish dialogs.
>
> --
> Jarek Zgoda
> Unregistered Linux User #-1
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