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File: resources/en.translations.ini
Role: Auxiliary data
Content type: text/plain
Description: Translations Configuration
Class: Wave Framework
MVC framework for building Web sites and APIs
Author: By
Last change: It is now possible to redirect dynamic parts of the URL through Sitemap. Dynamic parts are ordered as :0:, :1: and so on. Also changed the order in which the URL's are matched in the Sitemap file, first-found first-serve order is now used. Sitemaps are now also completely UTF-8 compatible for dynamic variables as well as URL matches themselves. dbQuote() method has now also been split to dbQuote() and filter() methods, since filtering is sometimes needed even without database connection. New ':any:' match can be used for sitemaps as well as for test suite. Added an additional public request token check that can be used with requests that are not just user-session specific. Improved parsing of INI files for configuration and translations.
Date: 9 years ago
Size: 901 bytes


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; MyProjectNameHere <>
; Translations
; Translations are stored in an INI file that lists all the translation keywords for all 
; languages - with one translations file per language - and these files are used by View 
; Controller and the Views loaded by the View Controller to display appropriate 
; translations in the views.
; Please note that INI files have certain reserved words which throw an error if they are 
; used as keywords for translations. To make sure that you do not encounter these errors, 
; do not use the following as translation keys: null, yes, no, true, false, on, off, none
; @package    View Controller
; @author     DeveloperNameHere <>
; @copyright  Copyright (c) 2012, ProjectOwnerNameHere
; @license    Unrestricted
; @tutorial   /doc/pages/guide_view.htm
; @since      1.0.0
; @version    1.0.0

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