[etoys-dev] Re: Need for translation in DrGeo

Bert Freudenberg bert at freudenbergs.de
Tue May 18 01:27:16 EDT 2010

Am 17.05.2010 um 22:22 schrieb Korakurider:
> On Tue, May 18, 2010 at 1:58 PM, Bert Freudenberg <bert at freudenbergs.de> wrote:
>> Indeed, but I would only see that as a fallback. The general case would be for the word to be found in the domain of the #translated sender.
>> IMHO it is highly unlikely for a phrase to not be found in its regular domain, *and* be defined in multiple domains, *and* having those translations actually be different. And *if* there was such a case, it could be solved by using #translatedInDomain: but I doubt this is actually necessary.
> How about walking through DrGeoII's situation describe in
> http://lists.squeakland.org/pipermail/etoys-dev/2010-May/004768.html
> for test case?
> (Here "multiple domains" condition has to be relaxed ;)
> + I think we want strings in vocaburary for DrGeoII belong to not
> Etoys-tile but DrGeoII domain.  (GetTextExporter2>>appendVocabularies:
> has to be tweaked)

Why? It is becoming part of Etoys. Its tiles should be translated along with the other tiles.

> + currently voca wording is executed for default domain
> but it should be DrGeoII domain but translator cannot know.
> Domain is determined like late-binding.
> I don't think #translatedInDomain: can be used unless actual doman
> can be passed.
> So translator has to try all domains sequentially.

For efficiency it could have one dictionary with all the translations.

- Bert -

> What I want to say is that such case is not special if we will split domains
> and your fallback scenario has to be used too frequently.
> (then my "crazy" idea come in :-)
> /Korakurider
>> - Bert -
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