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Module for multilingual solutions

Project description

Locales

Locales - module for multilingual projects

Getting Started

Prerequisites

Locales uses only standard library json. You need to write the translations in json format

{
  "languages": {
      "ru": "Р СѓСЃСЃРєРёР№", "eng": "English", "sp": "EspaГ±ol"
  },

  "messages": {
      "welcome": {
          "ru": "Добро пожаловать!",
          "eng": "Welcome!"
      },
      "goodbye": {
          "ru": "РџРѕРєР°",
          "eng": "Goodbye",
          "sp": "AdiГіs"
      }
  }
}

Keys languages and messages required.

To generate the same file use:

import Locales

Locales().example()

Installing

You can install Locales using pip

$ pip install locales

or download Locales.py and drop to folder with your project

Using

import Locales

loc = Locales("filename.json")
loc.set_default_lang("eng")  # Set the language by default

print(loc.get("welcome"))
# Welcome!

print(loc.get("welcome", "ru"))
# Добро пожаловать!

print(loc.get_all("goodbye")
# dict of key "goodbye"  ->  {'ru': 'РџРѕРєР°', 'eng': 'Goodbye', 'sp': 'AdiГіs'}

print(loc.get_by_name("English"))
# returns the abbreviation(key) of the language  ->  eng

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