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From "Piroumian, Konstantin" <KPiroum...@flagship.ru>
Subject Re: bug in i18n transformer?
Date Fri, 01 Feb 2002 14:47:14 GMT
> I'm having some problems with the i18n transf. of Cocoon 2.0.1 (worked
> fine with 2.0)
> I have an XML file with an elementi like
>
> <title><i18n:text>scelta viaggio</i18n:text></title>
>
> and the corrisponding messages_it.xml containing
> <message key="scelta viaggio">Scelta del viaggio</message>
>
> the sitemap is the simple one:
> <map:generate type="file" src="prima.xml"/>
> <map:transform type="i18n"/>
>
> however, while other string are translated fine, this one doesn't
> the error is:
>
> > DEBUG   (2002-02-01) 12:55.10:156   [cocoon  ] (/mare/index.html)
> > Thread-36/I18n Transformer: I18nTransformer: Starting i18n element: text
> > DEBUG   (2002-02-01) 12:55.10:157   [cocoon  ] (/mare/index.html)
> > Thread-36/I18nTransformer: I18nTransformer: Start i18n element: text
> > DEBUG   (2002-02-01) 12:55.10:158   [cocoon  ] (/mare/index.html)
> > Thread-36/I18nTransformer: I18nTransformer: i18n message text = 'Scelta
vi'
> > DEBUG   (2002-02-01) 12:55.10:159   [cocoon  ] (/mare/index.html)
> > Thread-36/XMLResourceBundle: messages: returning from cache:
> > /catalogue/message[@key='Scelta vi']
> > DEBUG   (2002-02-01) 12:55.10:160   [cocoon  ] (/mare/index.html)
> > Thread-36/XMLResourceBundle: messages: cache_not_found contains:
> > /catalogue/message[@key='Scelta vi']
> > DEBUG   (2002-02-01) 12:55.10:636   [cocoon  ] (/mare/index.html)
> > Thread-36/XMLResourceBundle: messages: caching not_found:
> > /catalogue/message[@key='Scelta vi']
> > DEBUG   (2002-02-01) 12:55.10:638   [cocoon  ] (/mare/index.html)
> > Thread-36/I18nTransformer: I18nTransformer: i18n message text = 'aggio'
> > DEBUG   (2002-02-01) 12:55.10:639   [cocoon  ] (/mare/index.html)
> > Thread-36/XMLResourceBundle: messages: returning from cache:
> > /catalogue/message[@key='aggio']
> > DEBUG   (2002-02-01) 12:55.10:639   [cocoon  ] (/mare/index.html)
> > Thread-36/XMLResourceBundle: messages: cache_not_found contains:
> > /catalogue/message[@key='aggio']
> > DEBUG   (2002-02-01) 12:55.10:651   [cocoon  ] (/mare/index.html)
> > Thread-36/I18nTransformer: I18nTransformer: End i18n element: text
>
> It seems that the parser is emitting 'characters' events in the middle
> of the string (this is to be expected, isn't it?), and the transformer
> doesn't like this. I've looked into the source, and it seems that as
> soon as a 'characters' event is received (inside a i18n:text element)
> the (partial) string is looked up. Shouldn't this be done inside the
> I18NendElement method?

Why should the 'characters' event be splitted to parts? If it's not a bug in
the parser (it's a feature) then the bug is in i18n transformer and it
should be fixed.

Regards,
    Konstantin Piroumian

>
> (oh, with cocoon-2.0 it probably worked because of a differen xerces
> implementation)
>
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