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i18n.__init__: bug fix for wiki language not installed (MoinMoinBugs/WikiLanguageNotDefined)
author Reimar Bauer <rb.proj AT googlemail DOT com>
date Wed, 24 Sep 2008 17:28:59 +0200
parents e5778919c0a2
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# -*- coding: iso-8859-1 -*-
    MoinMoin - internationalization (aka i18n)

    We use Python's gettext module for loading <language>.<domain>.mo files.
    Domain is "MoinMoin" for MoinMoin distribution code and something else for
    extension translations.

    Public attributes:
        languages -- dict of languages that MoinMoin knows metadata about

    Public functions:
        requestLanguage(request, usecache=1) -- return the request language
        wikiLanguages() -- return the available wiki user languages
        browserLanguages() -- return the browser accepted languages
        getDirection(lang) -- return the lang direction either 'ltr' or 'rtl'
        getText(str, request, lang,  **kw) -- return str translation into lang

    TODO: as soon as we have some "farm / server plugin dir", extend this to
          load translations from there, too.

    @copyright: 2001-2004 Juergen Hermann <>,
                2005-2008 MoinMoin:ThomasWaldmann
    @license: GNU GPL, see COPYING for details.

import os, gettext, glob
from StringIO import StringIO

from MoinMoin import log
logging = log.getLogger(__name__)

from MoinMoin import caching

# This is a global for a reason: in persistent environments all languages in
# use will be cached; Note: you have to restart if you update language data.

# key: language, value: language metadata
# this gets loaded early and completely:
languages = None

translations = {}

def po_filename(request, language, domain, i18n_dir='i18n'):
    """ we use MoinMoin/i18n/<language>[.<domain>].mo as filename for the PO file.

        TODO: later, when we have a farm scope plugin dir, we can also load
              language data from there.
    return os.path.join(request.cfg.moinmoin_dir, i18n_dir, "%s.%s.po" % (language, domain))

def i18n_init(request):
    """ this is called early from request initialization and makes sure we
        have metadata (like what languages are available, direction of language)
        loaded into the global "languages".
        The very first time, this will be slow as it will load all languages,
        but next time it will be fast due to caching.
    global languages
    if languages is None:
        logging.debug("trying to load translations from cache")
        meta_cache = caching.CacheEntry(request, 'i18n', 'meta', scope='farm', use_pickle=True)
        i18n_dir = os.path.join(request.cfg.moinmoin_dir, 'i18n')
        if meta_cache.needsUpdate(i18n_dir):
            logging.debug("cache needs update")
            _languages = {}
            for lang_file in glob.glob(po_filename(request, language='*', domain='MoinMoin')): # XXX only MoinMoin domain for now
                language, domain, ext = os.path.basename(lang_file).split('.')
                t = Translation(language, domain)
                f = file(lang_file)
                logging.debug("loading translation %r" % language)
                encoding = 'utf-8'
                _languages[language] = {}
                for key, value in
                    #logging.debug("meta key %s value %r" % (key, value))
                    _languages[language][key] = value.decode(encoding)
            logging.debug("dumping language metadata to disk cache")
            except caching.CacheError:

        if languages is None: # another thread maybe has done it before us
                logging.debug("loading language metadata from disk cache")
                _languages = meta_cache.content()
                if languages is None:
                    languages = _languages
            except caching.CacheError:

def bot_translations(request):
    """Return translations to be used by notification bot

    This is called by XML RPC code.

    @return: a dict (indexed by language) of dicts of translated strings (indexed by original ones)
    translations = {}
    po_dir = os.path.join('i18n', 'jabberbot')
    encoding = 'utf-8'

    for lang_file in glob.glob(po_filename(request, i18n_dir=po_dir, language='*', domain='JabberBot')):
        language, domain, ext = os.path.basename(lang_file).split('.')
        t = Translation(language, domain)
        f = file(lang_file)
        t.loadLanguage(request, trans_dir=po_dir)
        translations[language] = {}

        for key, text in t.raw.items():
            translations[language][key] = text

    return translations

class Translation(object):
    """ This class represents a translation. Usually this is a translation
        from English original texts to a single language, like e.g. "de" (german).

        The domain value defaults to 'MoinMoin' and this is reserved for
        translation of the MoinMoin distribution. If you do a translation for
        a third-party plugin, you have to use a different and unique value.
    def __init__(self, language, domain='MoinMoin'):
        self.language = language
        self.domain = domain

    def load_po(self, f):
        """ load the po file """
        from MoinMoin.i18n.msgfmt import MsgFmt
        mf = MsgFmt()
        mo_data = mf.generate_mo()
        f = StringIO(mo_data)

    def load_mo(self, f):
        """ load the mo file, setup some attributes from metadata """
        # binary files have to be opened in the binary file mode!
        self.translation = gettext.GNUTranslations(f) = info =
   = info['x-language']
            self.ename = info['x-language-in-english']
            self.direction = info['x-direction']
            self.maintainer = info['last-translator']
        except KeyError, err:
            logging.warning("metadata problem in %r: %s" % (self.language, str(err)))
            assert self.direction in ('ltr', 'rtl', )
        except (AttributeError, AssertionError), err:
            logging.warning("direction problem in %r: %s" % (self.language, str(err)))

    def formatMarkup(self, request, text, percent):
        """ Formats the text using the wiki parser/formatter.

        This raises an exception if a text needs itself to be translated,
        this could possibly happen with macros.

        @param request: the request object
        @param text: the text to format
        @param percent: True if result is used as left-side of a % operator and
                        thus any GENERATED % needs to be escaped as %%.
        logging.debug("formatting: %r" % text)

        from MoinMoin.Page import Page
        from MoinMoin.parser.text_moin_wiki import Parser as WikiParser
        if percent:
            from MoinMoin.formatter.text_html_percent import Formatter
            from MoinMoin.formatter.text_html import Formatter

        out = StringIO()
        parser = WikiParser(text, request, line_anchors=False)
        formatter = Formatter(request, terse=True)
        reqformatter = None
        if hasattr(request, 'formatter'):
            reqformatter = request.formatter
        request.formatter = formatter
        p = Page(request, "$$$$i18n$$$$")
        text = out.getvalue()
        if reqformatter is None:
            del request.formatter
            request.formatter = reqformatter
        text = text.strip()
        return text

    def loadLanguage(self, request, trans_dir="i18n"):
        cache = caching.CacheEntry(request, arena='i18n', key=self.language, scope='farm', use_pickle=True)
        langfilename = po_filename(request, self.language, self.domain, i18n_dir=trans_dir)
        needsupdate = cache.needsUpdate(langfilename)
        if not needsupdate:
                unformatted = cache.content()
                logging.debug("pickle %s load success" % self.language)
            except caching.CacheError:
                logging.debug("pickle %s load failed" % self.language)
                needsupdate = 1

        if needsupdate:
            logging.debug("langfilename %s needs update" % langfilename)
            f = file(langfilename)
            trans = self.translation
            unformatted = trans._catalog
            self.has_wikimarkup ='x-haswikimarkup', 'False') == 'True'
            logging.debug("dumping lang %s" % self.language)
            except caching.CacheError:

        self.formatted = {}
        self.raw = unformatted

def getDirection(lang):
    """ Return the text direction for a language, either 'ltr' or 'rtl'. """
    return languages[lang]['x-direction']

def getText(original, request, lang, **kw):
    """ Return a translation of some original text.

    @param original: the original (english) text
    @param request: the request object
    @lang: the target language for the translation
    @keyword wiki: True to use the wiki parser/formatter on the translation result,
                   False to return the translation result "as is"
    @keyword percent: True if we need special escaping because we use the translation
                      result as the left side of a % operator: e.g. % chars need to
                      become %% for that usage. This will only escape generated % chars,
                      e.g. in wiki links to non-ascii pagenames (%XX%XX%XX).
                      False, if we don't use it as a left-side of % operator.
                      Only specify this option for wiki==True, it doesn't do
                      anything for wiki==False.
    formatted = kw.get('wiki', False) # 1.6 and early 1.7 (until 2/2008) used 'formatted' with True as default!
    percent = kw.get('percent', False)
    if original == u"":
        return u"" # we don't want to get *.po files metadata!

    global translations
    if not lang in translations: # load translation if needed
        t = Translation(lang)
        translations[lang] = t

    # get the matching entry in the mapping table
    translated = original
    translation = translations[lang]
    if original in translation.raw:
        translated = translation.raw[original]
        if formatted:
            key = (original, percent)
            if key in translation.formatted:
                translated = translation.formatted[key]
                if translated is None:
                    logging.error("formatting a %r text that is already being formatted: %r" % (lang, original))
                    translated = original + u'*' # get some error indication to the UI
                translation.formatted[key] = None # we use this as "formatting in progress" indicator
                translated = translation.formatMarkup(request, translated, percent)
                translation.formatted[key] = translated # remember it
            language = languages[lang]['x-language-in-english']
            dictpagename = "%sDict" % language.replace(' ', '')
            dicts = request.dicts
            if dicts.has_dict(dictpagename):
                userdict = dicts.dict(dictpagename)
                translated = userdict[original]
                raise KeyError
        except KeyError:
            # do not simply return trans with str, but recursively call
            # to get english translation, maybe formatted.
            # if we don't find an english "translation", we just format it
            # on the fly (this is needed for cfg.editor_quickhelp).
            if lang != 'en':
                logging.debug("falling back to english, requested string not in %r translation: %r" % (lang, original))
                translated = getText(original, request, 'en', wiki=formatted, percent=percent)
            elif formatted: # and lang == 'en'
                logging.debug("formatting for %r on the fly: %r" % (lang, original))
                translated = translations[lang].formatMarkup(request, original, percent)
    return translated

def requestLanguage(request, try_user=True):
    Return the user interface language for this request.

    The user interface language is taken from the user preferences for
    registered users, or request environment, or the default language of
    the wiki, or English.

    This should be called once per request, then you should get the value from
    request object lang attribute.

    Unclear what this means: "Until the code for get
    text is fixed, we are caching the request language locally."

    @param request: the request object
    @param try_user: try getting language from request.user
    @keyword usecache: whether to get the value form the local cache or
                       actually look for it. This will update the cache data.
    @rtype: string
    @return: ISO language code, e.g. 'en'
    # Return the user language preferences for registered users
    if try_user and request.user.valid and request.user.language:
        return request.user.language

    # Or try to return one of the user browser accepted languages, if it
    # is available on this wiki...
    lang = get_browser_language(request)
    if not lang:
        available = wikiLanguages() or ["en"]
        # Or return the wiki default language...
        if request.cfg.language_default in available:
            lang = request.cfg.language_default
        # If everything else fails, read the manual... or return 'en'
            lang = 'en'
    return lang

def wikiLanguages():
    Return the available user languages in this wiki.
    As we do everything in unicode (or utf-8) now, everything is available.
    return languages

def browserLanguages(request):
    Return the accepted languages as set in the user browser.

    Parse the HTTP headers and extract the accepted languages, according to:

    Return a list of languages and base languages - as they are specified in
    the request, normalizing to lower case.
    fallback = []
    accepted = request.http_accept_language
    if accepted:
        # Extract the languages names from the string
        accepted = accepted.split(',')
        accepted = [lang.split(';')[0] for lang in accepted]
        # Add base language for each sub language. If the user specified
        # a sub language like "en-us", we will try to to provide it or
        # a least the base language "en" in this case.
        for lang in accepted:
            lang = lang.lower()
            if '-' in lang:
                baselang = lang.split('-')[0]
    return fallback

def get_browser_language(request):
    Return the language that is supported by wiki and what user browser
    would prefer to get. Return empty string if there is no such language
    or language_ignore_browser is true.

    @param request: the request object
    @rtype: string
    @return: ISO language code, e.g. 'en'
    available = wikiLanguages()
    if available and not request.cfg.language_ignore_browser:
            for lang in browserLanguages(request):
                if lang in available:
                    return lang
    return ''