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ZF-9720: Stopped working automatic loading of translations from directory by filename

Issue Type: Bug Created: 2010-04-20T17:26:39.000+0000 Last Updated: 2010-04-22T11:06:11.000+0000 Status: Resolved Fix version(s): - 1.10.4 (28/Apr/10)

Reporter: Vaidotas Stankus (krienas) Assignee: Thomas Weidner (thomas) Tags: - Zend_Translate

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Description

Thats the way I had initialized Zend_Translation in bootstrap: Zend\_Translate::LOCALE\_FILENAME, 'log' => Zend\_Registry::get('Zend\_Log'), 'logUntranslated' => true, )); Zend\_Registry::set('Zend\_Translate', $translate); ?>

In languages folder create two translation files en.php and lt.php. Internaly those files looks like:

'text in english1', 'token2' => 'text in english2' ); ?> This part was working perfectly until I had made upgrade of ZF to 1.10.3. Sad, can't say what version was before. I guess 1.9.x. After some debugging I had realized, that Zend\_Translate\_Adapter\_Array::\_loadTranslationData as $data parameter can accept only string with path to translation or array of such strings for multiple translation files. Zend\_Translate\_Adapter\_Array::\_addTranslationData doesn't do anything with $data value, simply passes it to \_loadTranslationData. But structure of array passed has all (except the first) arguments passed to Zend\_Translate constructor.

If in Zend_Translate_Adapter_Array::addTranslation method after line with this code:

\_options; ?> I add something like this: Translations start to work again. If that is really the way component is intended to be used, then I think this issue is feature breaker.

Comments

Posted by Vaidotas Stankus (krienas) on 2010-04-20T17:37:49.000+0000

Sorry for editing it so much times, didn't expect it will save all edits..

Posted by Thomas Weidner (thomas) on 2010-04-22T11:06:10.000+0000

Not reproduceable in trunk.

In line 126, if options is a string (note that it should be an array according to API doc) it is converted to array('content' => options) which itself is accepted by addTranslation().

Using your example all works without problems without any changes to the component.

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