A pythonic internationalization and localization solution
Allspeak is a pythonic (yet ironically inspired by Rails) i18n/l10n solution for humans. It’s flexible, easy to use and —unlike gettext— independent of any external compilation tool.
How can the translator of your multi-language web application update a text? Compiling .po files for a web app, really? How the Rails community solved that problem? Translations in yaml or json files. With Python it should be that simple. Now it is.
And the files used by Allspeak are compatible with those of Rails, so you can use any third-party service already compatible with them (for example, Transifex).
Powered by the awesome Babel and pytz libraries for the l10n part.
What’s in a name?
“When Thor speaks with the All-Speak anyone who hears him will hear him speak their native language in their hearts” ——(from Thor’s wiki page)
|copyright:||2012-2015 by Juan-Pablo Scaletti.|
|license:||Three clause BSD License, see LICENSE for more details.|