How to use translator module?



  • Hello.

    How to translae many words?

    const translator = require.main.require('./src/modules/translator');
    
    translator.translate('[[myplugin:greeting1]]', function(translated1) {
        translator.translate('[[myplugin:greeting2]]', function(translated2) {
            console.log('Translated string:', translated1, translated2);
        });
    });
    

    If I have 100 words?


  • Global Moderator

    Please provide more context on what you're trying to do. It will help to see if there is a way to avoid translating manually.

    It looks like you're trying to use it server-side. In that case, there are some complicating factors around providing the current user's language.

    Anyways, to import translator you want to do require.main.require('./src/translator')

    To translate a bunch of words there are a couple options:

    • Join tokens into a single string and translate it, then split the tokens, like so
    const tokens = [
      '[[myplugin:greeting1]]',
      '[[myplugin:greeting2]]',
    ].join('|||');
    
    // language is only required if server-side here
    translator.translate(tokens, language, (translated) => {
      const [greeting1, greeting2] = translated.split('|||');
    
      // etc
    });
    

    This works well, especially when you need to translate from multiple namespaces, but has a fair amount of overhead.

    • Get translations directly and pick the ones you want, like so
    // language is required here
    translator.getTranslations(language, 'myplugin', (translations) => {
      const { greeting1, greeting2 } = translations;
    
      // etc
    });
    

    This works great with single namespaces but with multiple namespaces it gets a little more complicated.


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