Toolchain to migrate legacy translation to Fluent.
Fluent Migration Tools
Programmatically create Fluent files from existing content in both legacy and Fluent formats. Use recipes written in Python to migrate content for each of your localizations.
migrate-l10n is a CLI script which uses the
fluent.migrate module under
the hood to run migrations on existing translations.
validate-l10n-recipe is a CLI script to test a migration recipe for common
errors, without trying to apply it.
Install from PyPI:
pip install fluent.migrate[hg]
If you only want to use the
MigrationContext API, you can drop the
pip install fluent.migrate
Migrations consist of recipes, which are applied to a localization repository, based on template files.
You can find recipes for Firefox in
the reference repository is gecko-strings or quarantine.
You apply those migrations to l10n repositories in l10n-central, or to
gecko-strings for testing.
The migrations are run as python modules, so you need to have their file location in
An example would look like
$ migrate-l10n --lang it --reference-dir gecko-strings --localization-dir l10n-central/it bug_1451992_preferences_sitedata bug_1451992_preferences_translation
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