Вячеслав Тихановский
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NAME

Plack::I18N - I18N for Plack

SYNOPSIS

    use Plack::I18N;
    use Plack::Builder;

    my $i18n = Plack::I18N->new(lexicon => 'gettext', locale_dir => 'locale/');

    builder {
        enable 'I18N', i18n => $i18n;

        sub {
            my $env = shift;

            my $handle = $env->{'plack.i18n.handle'};

            [200, [], [$handle->maketext('Hello')]];
        };
    };

DESCRIPTION

Plack::I18N is an easy way to add i18n to your application. Plack::I18N supports both Locale::Maketext *.pm files and gettext *.po files. Use whatevers suits better.

See https://github.com/vti/plack-i18n/tree/master/examples directory for both examples.

Language detection

Language detection is done via HTTP headers, session cookies, URL path prefix and so on. See Plack::Middleware::I18N for details.

$env parameters

Plack::Middleware::I18N registers the following $env parameters:

plack.i18n

Holds Plack::I18N instance.

plack.i18n.language

Current detected language. A shortcut for $env->{'plack.i18n'}->language.

plack.i18n.handle

A shortcut for $env->{'plack.i18n'}->handle($env->{'plack.i18n.language'}).

METHODS

new

Creates new object.

Options:

lexicon

One of gettext or maketext.

i18n_class

This is usually MyApp::I18N. This class is automatically generated if does not exist. In case of gettext i18n_class it even doesn't have to be specified.

locale_dir

Directory where translations are stored.

default_language

Default language. en by default.

languages

Available languages. Automatically detected unless specified.

default_language

Returns default language.

handle($language)

Returns handle of appropriate language.

languages

Returns available languages.

AUTHOR

Viacheslav Tykhanovskyi, <viacheslav.t@gmail.com>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright (C) 2015, Viacheslav Tykhanovskyi

This program is free software, you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the Artistic License version 2.0.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but without any warranty; without even the implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.