$ signs in languagefiles

2004-01-23
2004-01-26
  • Boudewijn Sjouke

    Hi all,

    Some time ago there was a discussion about using variablenames in languagefiles. Since then, I saw those names appear between "#".
    In the current helptext I see the $ appear again, but it's escaped out, for instance $pgv_lang[login_aut] appears in the helpfile as \$pgv_lang[login_aut] and shows on the screen as text.
    I understand the editor puts the \ in front.
    So.... how can I use variables in helptext now?

    Boudewijn

     
    • Phantomas

      Phantomas - 2004-01-23

      This is a real problem :-(

      For al developers... Please keep in your mind:

      If you want to use a variable inside a lang-message do the following:

      $pgv_lang["xxx"] = "Message and the $var I want to use inside it";

      should be:

      $pgv_lang["xxx"] = "Message and the #VAR# I want to use inside it";

      And inside the scipt where $pgv_lang["xxx"] is used:

      Instead of
      print $pgv_lang["xxx"];

      use:

      print str_replace("#VAR#", $var, $pgv_lang["xxx"]);

      Else we get probs with the language editor :-(

      bye, Kurt

       
    • Jans

      Jans - 2004-01-26

      Hi people,

      The problems with the $ and # are solved now.
      In the, already translated, files I have replaced the $ by #.

      Botak helped me to change the code.
      So we have a new help_text.php.
      To get it working you also have to replace the functions_print.php.

      I will put them in the patch section.

      The files are also in the cvs.

      *Jans*

       

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