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Pawtucket2 - problem with multilingual templates and compilation

There is a problem with compiling multilingual templates in pawtucket2.
The problem occurs in both cases - using 2 files for different language or using _t() function in the same file.
The effect can be seen in the attached files - you see in the en broken parsing of the tags
The broken variant is the one, opened second.

Changing the compile function in View.php file from

public function compile($ps_filepath, $pb_force_recompile=false) {...
to
public function compile($ps_filepath, $pb_force_recompile=true) {...
(forcing recompile)
solves the problem, but this is not real solution.

I think the verification if the view is compiled should include somehow the current language for real solution

en.png 368.8K
bg.png 366.6K

Comments

  • Good point. I don't think anyone has used Pawtucket2 for a multilingual setup yet. There should definitely be locale-specific compiled templates
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