Is there an example site where ++lang++whatever works? I have tried always
with this at the beginning of the path to no avail. It would be nice to see
it working as a confidence builder.
On 03/07/07, Dmitry Vasiliev <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Jeremy Cook wrote:
> Using ++lang++test, ++lang++de, ++lang++no (or ++anything-else) always
> results in "a system error occurred", with an error message "Can only
> shift leading traversal names to application names". I do not understand
> this error message or what it is trying to tell me.
'++lang++' always should be at the beginning of the path.
> Also, trying to start to create the NO translation by running
> i18nextract also results in a serious error which seems non trivial to
> work around.
> There was an error processing C:\NLRK-Zope\lib\python\wcsite\rss.pt
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> TALError: empty HTML tags cannot use tal:content: 'link', at line 12,
> column 3,
> in file C:\NLRK-Zope\lib\python\wcsite\rss.pt
If you use Zope 3.3 then there is the bug in zope.app.locales.extract -
all templates treated as HTML. The bug was fixed on the trunk and for
workaround you can just replace your extract.py with the extract.py from
And make sure the template begins with the following fragment:
<rss version="2.0" xmlns:tal="http://xml.zope.org/namespaces/tal">
Note '<?xml' always should be at the beginning of the XML file.
Dmitry Vasiliev <dima at hlabs.spb.ru>
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