A high level API for Python internationalization.
The ``flufl.i18n`` library provides a convenient API for managing translation
contexts in Python applications. It provides facilities not only for
single-context applications like command line scripts, but also more
sophisticated management of multiple-context applications such as Internet
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flufl.i18n is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it
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NEWS for flufl.i18n
* Include MANIFEST.in in the sdist tarball, otherwise the Debian package
won't built correctly.
* Fix documentation bug. LP: #1026403
* Use modern setuptools rather than distutils.
* Bump copyright years.
* Add classifiers to setup.py and make the long description more compatible
with the Cheeseshop.
* Other changes to make the Cheeseshop page look nicer. (LP: #680136)
* setup_helper.py version 2.1.
* Support Python 3 without the need for 2to3.
* Restore missing line from MANIFEST.in to fix distribution tarball.
* Fix setup.py to not install myfixers artifact directory on install.
* Remove pylint.rc; we'll use pyflakes instead.
* Small documentation fix.
* Ditch the use of zc.buildout.
* Improved documentation.
* Use Distribute instead of Setuptools.
* Port to Python 3 when used with 2to3.
* More documentation improvements.
* Documentation and lint clean up.
* Added a simplified initialization API for one-language-context
applications. This works much better for non-server applications.
* Added a SimpleStrategy which recognizes the $LOCPATH environment variable.
* Show how PEP 292 strings are supported automatically.
* When strategies are called with zero arguments, they supply the default
translation context, which is usually a NullTranslation. This is better
than hardcoding the NullTranslation in the Application.
* Add the ability to get the current language code, via _.code
* Initial release; refactored from Mailman 3.
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