I currently use a dummy translator if I don't want my templates to be
translated... The overhead is almost 0 :)
Marco Pivetta
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2011/2/15 Robert Goldsmith <rgoldsm...@names.co.uk>

> Hi again everyone :)
>
> Currently, the Ztal form macro for rendering Zend_Form objects is fully
> translation-enabled but this is a bit of a problem if someone wants to use
> it without translation support. I can think of 2 possible solutions to the
> problem and wondered what people think and whether there are other ideas out
> there :)
>
> Idea 1: Create a fake translation class that doesn't actually translate and
> which is registered if translation is disabled.
> Idea 2: Use conditionals to check if translation is enabled and have
> translated and non-translated versions of all elements within the macro.
>
> Obviously idea 1 is 'neater' for the templates but it prob. decreases
> performance a bit and I consider it a hack. Idea 2 is more 'pure' but would
> add a lot of bulk to the macro templates as well as more additional work.
>
> What do people think?
>
> Robert
>
> p.s. Thanks Kornel for the reply on trimming :)
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