i18N in 1.5

Hello,

i18n is listed on your development roadmap as being supported....

What does this mean?  What will be the feature set around i18n?

just wondering....

thanks,

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Hello Mark,

i18n is listed on your development roadmap as being supported....


What does this mean?  What will be the feature set around i18n?

Rails i18n is marked as feature with high priority in our RoadMap (see Legend on the rigth of it's page) and we going to have it done before RubyMine 1.5 official release.

About feature set: we plan to add custom language resource bundle, find usages/rename for keys, maybe some tools to help you i18n your application.
We already have several requests about desirable features - see for more details: http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/RUBY-4684
Feel free to vote, comment and track progress of it.

Regards,
Oleg

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The features for i18n you showed on the blog look great.

Any clue when the next EAP build will be?  I'd love to try it out...

thanks..

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Hi Mark,

The features for i18n you showed on the blog look great.


Any clue when the next EAP build will be?  I'd love to try it out...

We plan to publish next EAP in a week, except i18n support it will contains advances RSpec mocking frameworks support, improved yaml support, bugfixes and more...

Regards,
Oleg

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Hello,

I've been trying out the i18n stuff, and it works great!!

A question though...is there a way I can see what the value of a key is without going to the clicking through to the en.yml file.

I mean, like if I hover my mouse of the key it lists what the value is?

I can "Go to Declaration" which works great, but I actually get taken to that file, then I have to go back to the file I was editing.

It would be much quicker just to see the value quickly somehow without transitioning files...there may be a way, I'm just not sure how to do it.

thanks,

Mark

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Hello Mark,

marktheblair wrote:

Hello,

I've been trying out the i18n stuff, and it works great!!

A question though...is there a way I can see what the value of a key is without going to the clicking through to the en.yml file.

I mean, like if I hover my mouse of the key it lists what the value is?

I can "Go to Declaration" which works great, but I actually get taken to that file, then I have to go back to the file I was editing.

It would be much quicker just to see the value quickly somehow without transitioning files...there may be a way, I'm just not sure how to do it.

thanks,

Mark

It is a real pleasure for us to hear such warm words, thanks!

Talking about i18n: If key has only one translation, the translation call  shoud be automatically folded inside editor with replacement ("your value here"). If folding is not collapsed just press "Ctrl + minus" with caret inside this call.
In case you have several translations available you can invoke go to declaration with list of options, once you see it, you can just press escape to return to editor.

Anyway we will consider making list of translations available on hover.

Regards,
Oleg

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