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> [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Im Auftrag von Maurits van Rees
> Gesendet: Donnerstag, 8. Mai 2008 18:55
> An: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Betreff: [Zope-dev] Re: AW: Re: AW: Re: New i18n locale
> extraction concept
> Stephan Richter, on 2008-05-08:
> > On Wednesday 07 May 2008, Roger Ineichen wrote:
> >> > I like that it can extract locales from eggs. I don't
> like that it
> >> > uses zcml for this. Is the zcml really necessary?
> >> zcml is needed for exctract locales from page templates.
> > ZCML is needed to extract strings from ZCML.
> I am looking at maybe using this recipe in grokproject.
> Having that zcml be *required* (which it currently is in that
> recipe) is a no-no for us simple Grok folks. ;-)
> I hope it is possible to remove that zcml requirement; the
> recipe is still young, so who knows. I am also looking at
> i18ndude for that, as that is what I have been using in
> Plone-land so far. Might work nicely in the Grok-cave too.
The goal of this package is to allow to translate projects
or shared translation from package namspaces which was not
possible right now.
I see your point not having zcml but that's a no go for use
since most zope project are using ZCML. But probably we can
find a way out of this. I really need to take a closer look
at everything first.
Some hints, the package offers translation support and uses
additional extra_requires for the configuration. In prodution
you whould never define such extra_requires in a buildout
and then you will never get such zcml dependencies.
Does that not fit for grok. Or are you using the same buildout
for development and production usage? I hope not right?
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