php-translation/loco-adapter

Adapter for loco.

0.8.1 2019-07-01 15:23 UTC

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This is an PHP-translation adapter for Loco (Localise.biz).

Install

composer require php-translation/loco-adapter
Symfony bundle

If you want to use the Symfony bundle you may activate it in kernel:

// app/AppKernel.php

public function registerBundles()
{
    $bundles = array(
        // ...
        new Translation\PlatformAdapter\Loco\Bridge\Symfony\TranslationAdapterLocoBundle(),
    );
}

If you have one Loco project per domain you may configure the bundle like this:

# /app/config/config.yml
translation_adapter_loco:
  index_parameter: 'id' # 'text' or 'name'. Leave blank for "auto"  See https://localise.biz/api/docs/export/exportlocale
  projects:
    messages:
      api_key: 'foobar' 
    navigation:
      api_key: 'bazbar' 
      status: '!untranslated,!rejected' # if you want filter on loco translations statuses. By default only 'translated' translations are pulled.

If you just doing one project and have tags for all your translation domains you may use this configuration:

# /app/config/config.yml
translation_adapter_loco:
  index_parameter: 'id' # 'text' or 'name'. Leave blank for "auto"  See https://localise.biz/api/docs/export/exportlocale
  projects:
    acme:
      api_key: 'foobar'   
      domains: ['messages', 'navigation']

This will produce a service named php_translation.adapter.loco that could be used in the configuration for the Translation Bundle.

If you need to override the HTTPlug client:

# /app/config/config.yml
translation_adapter_loco:
  httplug_client: httplug.client.loco
  # You can even customize the message and uri factory 
  # httplug_message_factory: null
  # httplug_uri_factory: null

httplug:
  clients:
    loco:
      factory: 'httplug.factory.guzzle6'
      plugins:
        - httplug.plugin.content_length
        - httplug.plugin.logger
      config:
        timeout: 2

By default it will use the discovery feature of HTTPlug.

Documentation

Read our documentation at http://php-translation.readthedocs.io.

Contribute

Do you want to make a change? Pull requests are welcome.