[Phpmyadmin-devel] Re: Translation tool for phpMyAdmin's string-based languagefiles.

Martin Kronstad martin at siteman.no
Wed Jan 11 12:52:03 CET 2006


Just wanted to say, that it now supports arrays, it divides up the arrayitems with a named divider (for now #:#), however it is possible to configure this.

The source at http://demo.prosjektweb.net/languageadmin/langadmin.tar.gz is updated with the one supporting arrays.(The online demo is also updated)

Is there any interest for using this app with phpMyAdmin?

Mvh Martin Kronstad
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Emne: SV: [Phpmyadmin-devel] Re: Translation tool for phpMyAdmin's string-based languagefiles.

>> You may test the script/app at
>> http://demo.prosjektweb.net/languageadmin/phpmyadmin.php login with
>> username: s , password: s
>> To view available languages for download go to :
>> So I guess my question is do you want to use this app?
>I looks great! However I noticed it doesn't handle correctly arrays we
>use for some stuff (byte units, days of week and months).
>How does it store updated messages?
>	Michal Čihař | http://cihar.com


I actually meant to support arrays, I must have forgotten to make the code,
however it will support arrays. 

I'm not sure if I understood your question about how it stores the new
messages but. 

How it stores files:

When the app returns from when the user has submitted the form, the file is
parsed again, if the function detects a _REQUEST field with the same name as
a key in the file, the value for the key is changed to the value of
_REQUEST[$key]. Then it adds a line to a variable that holds the entire

When the file has been parsed a the file is saved. The form then uses an
internal array containing the new messages. So the user actually just sees
his own _REQUEST feedback, while the file is written. 

I made it this way so I could have the same code for saving as I have for
file parsing. Less code to maintain. I guess I could optimize the code a bit
by adding a handler for the form-submit. But this way I also protect against
people adding new keys to the file.

Anyone who wants to take a look at the code please see

Mvh Martin Kronstad
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