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Wed Oct 13 21:56:03 GMT 2010
On Wed, Oct 13, 2010 at 2:25 PM, Ekki Plicht (DF4OR) <ep at plicht.de> wrote:
> Am Dienstag 12 Oktober 2010, 22:04:23 schrieb Stuart Watt:
> > Quick question: I'm currently using Catalyst::Plugin::I18N. Should I
> > be planning to move to CatalystX::I18N? Any thoughts...?
> Stuart, I am in no way a Catalyst expert, just a mere beginner. And facing
> same question :-)
> I played around with C::P::I18N, and it does perfectly what is says it do=
> l10n. But I want (need) more, like localized paths, for example. So I
> at C::P::I18N::Request which is perfect for that, but decides only on the
> browser header setting of accept-language, AFAICS. Which renders it usele=
> for me.
> Then there is C::P::I18N::PathPrefix, which is a helpful and different
> approach. It comes in handy when path names are the same even for differe=
> languages, a situation which I have here in my current project.
> I haven't used CX::I18N yet, but looking at the docs it also looks
> I will certainly give it a try and play around with it to see if it match=
> As always with Perl, there are several ways... which is good.
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