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Multi language fields for Plone

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Introduction

This package aims to provide a simple way to make some fields on a dexterity content type available in more than one language (“multilanguage”). It tries to do what raptus.multilanguagefields does for Archetypes content types.

Usage

Multilanguage text line:

from collective.multilanguagefields.fields import TextLine as MLTextLine
from plone.supermodel import model

class IMyType(model.Schema):

    some_text = MLTextLine(
        title=_(u"Fieldname"),
        required=True,
    )

Features

Compatibility

Plone 4.3 and upwards.

Making Title field multilanguage

You cant use the default plone.app.content.interfaces.INameFromTitle behavior. Instead, use collective.multilanguagefields.interfaces.INameFromMultiLanguageTitle

In addition, your content type needs to implement its own Title() method which takes into account that the title attribute conatins a dictionary. The ml_value method from utils.py might be helpful.

Using multilanguage fields in templates

You can do this as follows:

<span tal:content="context/ml_value/my_field" />

You can also specify a default value:

<span tal:define=”ml_value context/ml_value”

tal:content=”python: ml_value(‘my_field’, ‘no translation found’)” />

Changelog

0.1 (2015-01-02)

  • Initial release

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