Previously Martijn Pieters wrote:
> On Sat, May 10, 2008 at 3:40 PM, Hanno Schlichting <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Currently i18ndude doesn't extract any messages from ZCML. It is used for
> > extraction of all messages for the Plone project which happens to use lots
> > of ZCML. But none of the messages defined in ZCML are actually used in any
> > user visible part of the whole application.
> >
> > So even if you are a Zope project, I think there's very good reasons not to
> > require ZCML extraction.
> Although the ZMI may not count as a 'user visible' part, Generic Setup
> profile titles do show up there, which are defined in ZCML and should
> be translatable.
> Also, these days it is possible to register content views (such as the
> default view for a folder) through ZCML, using a menu directive for
> the title. Again these titles should be translatable.

zcml is a pretty simple format though: xml with only human readable text
in title and description attributes (and perhaps a few others) and the
translation domain specified in a i18n_domain attribute. It should be
quite trivial to extract that data without having to pull all of zope


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