Re: how to do i18n of javascript file with Wicket?

2012-02-16 Thread infiniter
I have the exact same issue.. What did you decide for your problem?
I'm trying to decide now what the best approach is. Two of my options were
exactly the ones you describe to improve your design, but the one that I
currently have is a template, which looks like this:

var someData= {

The nasty part is that for each JS template you have to create your
variables model, which is just a hashmap. I have a simple function that
looks like:

addMessageToVariablesMap(variablesMap, min);

I don't like having to provide a variables model to get the messages, but
instead I'd like to make the message-resolving part automatic just like
wicket:message in the markup files. I still haven't done that. 

Ideas are welcome.

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Re: how to do i18n of javascript file with Wicket?

2008-06-01 Thread Erik van Oosten
We use approach 1. We do not pull messages from Wicket resources, they 
are just static in the file. The link to the correct js file is however 
created by a dynamic component that uses the current Locale.

You could go with approach 2, but to me it  sounds like a lot of work.


Quan Zhou wrote:

My application's supposed to support both English,Simpilify
Chinese,Traditional Chinese,and even Vietnamese. The great I18N feature of
Wicket helps me solve many i18n problems.
The only remains is how to do i18n of javascript

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