Source code for abilian.i18n


To mark strings for translation::

    from abilian.i18n import _
    _(u'message to translate')

Use :data:`_` for gettext, :data:`_l` for lazy_gettext, :data:`_n` for

:data:`Babel extension<babel>` support multiple translation paths. This
allows to add more catalogs to search for translations, in LIFO
order. This feature can be used to override some translations in a
custom application, be providing a catalog with messages to override::


See :meth:`add_translations<Babel.add_translations>`.

To extract messages to build the message catalog template (.pot), use the
following "`-k`" parameters:

.. code-block:: bash

    $ pybabel extract -F babel.cfg -k "_n:1,2" -k "_l" -o "msg.pot" "src"

This can be made easier by placing in `setup.cfg`:

.. code-block:: ini

    mapping_file = babel.cfg
    keywords = _n:1,2 _l
    output-file = msg.pot
    input-dirs = src

And just type:

.. code-block:: bash

    $ python extract_messages
import importlib
import os
import re
import unicodedata
from datetime import datetime, tzinfo
from gettext import GNUTranslations
from pathlib import Path
from typing import Any, Iterator, List, Optional, Tuple

import flask_babel
import pytz
from babel import Locale
from babel.dates import LOCALTZ, get_timezone, get_timezone_gmt
from babel.localedata import locale_identifiers
from import Translations as BaseTranslations
from flask import Flask, _request_ctx_stack, current_app, g, render_template, \
from flask_babel import Babel as BabelBase
from flask_babel import LazyString, force_locale, gettext, lazy_gettext, \

__all__ = [

#: gettext alias
_ = gettext

#: lazy_gettext alias
_l = lazy_gettext
#: ngettext alias
_n = ngettext

#: accepted languages codes
    lang for lang in locale_identifiers() if len(lang) == 2

[docs]def get_default_locale() -> Locale: return current_app.extensions["babel"].default_locale
def _get_locale() -> Locale: locale = flask_babel.get_locale() if locale is None: locale = get_default_locale() return locale def __gettext_territory(code): locale = _get_locale() return locale.territories.get(code) or get_default_locale().territories.get(code) #: get localized territory name def country_name(code): return __gettext_territory(code) #: lazy version of :func:`country_name`
[docs]def lazy_country_name(code): return LazyString(__gettext_territory, code)
def default_country() -> str: return current_app.config.get("DEFAULT_COUNTRY", "") def country_choices( first: str = "", default_country_first: bool = True ) -> List[Tuple[str, str]]: """Return a list of (code, countries), alphabetically sorted on localized country name. :param first: Country code to be placed at the top :param default_country_first: :type default_country_first: bool """ locale = _get_locale() territories = [ (code, name) for code, name in locale.territories.items() if len(code) == 2 ] # skip 3-digit regions if first == "" and default_country_first: first = default_country() def sortkey(item: Tuple[str, str]) -> str: if first is not None and item[0] == first: return "0" return to_lower_ascii(item[1]) territories.sort(key=sortkey) return territories def supported_app_locales() -> Iterator[Tuple[Locale, str]]: """Language codes and labels supported by current application. :return: an iterable of `(:class:`babel.Locale`, label)`, label being the locale language human name in current locale. """ locale = _get_locale() codes = current_app.config["BABEL_ACCEPT_LANGUAGES"] return ((Locale.parse(code), locale.languages.get(code, code)) for code in codes) def timezones_choices(): """Timezones values and their labels for current locale. :return: an iterable of `(code, label)`, code being a timezone code and label the timezone name in current locale. """ utcnow = pytz.utc.localize(datetime.utcnow()) locale = _get_locale() for tz in sorted(pytz.common_timezones): tz = get_timezone(tz) now = tz.normalize(utcnow.astimezone(tz)) label = f"({get_timezone_gmt(now, locale=locale)}) {}" yield (tz, label) # get_timezone_name(tz, locale=locale))
[docs]class Babel(BabelBase): """Allow to load translations from other modules.""" _translations_paths: List[Tuple[str, str]]
[docs] def init_app(self, app: Flask) -> None: super().init_app(app) assert app.root_path self._translations_paths = [ (os.path.join(app.root_path, "translations"), "messages") ]
[docs] def add_translations( self, module_name: str, translations_dir: str = "translations", domain: str = "messages", ) -> None: """Add translations from external module. For example:: babel.add_translations('abilian.core') Will add translations files from `abilian.core` module. """ module = importlib.import_module(module_name) # pyre-fixme[16]: `ModuleType` has no attribute `__path__`. for path in (Path(p, translations_dir) for p in module.__path__): if not (path.exists() and path.is_dir()): continue if not os.access(str(path), os.R_OK): "Babel translations: read access not allowed {}, skipping." "".format(repr(str(path).encode("utf-8"))) ) continue self._translations_paths.append((str(path), domain))
class Translations(BaseTranslations): """Merge only non-empty translations. This avoids having uncomplete catalog that "clear" existing translations, when used with :func:`_get_translations_multi_paths`. """ def merge(self, translations: "Translations") -> "Translations": if isinstance(translations, GNUTranslations): for msgkey, msgstr in translations._catalog.items(): msgid = msgkey if isinstance(msgkey, tuple): msgid = msgkey[0] msgstr = msgstr.strip() if msgkey in self._catalog and (msgid == msgstr): # when msgstr is empty, compile_catalog sets msgstr = msgid # so this is probable an existing translation that would # be "erased" by msgid string: skip it. # logger.debug('Catalog: %r, skip msgkey: %r, existing: %r', # translations, msgkey, self._catalog[msgkey]) continue self._catalog[msgkey] = msgstr if isinstance(translations, BaseTranslations): self.files.extend(translations.files) return self def _get_translations_multi_paths() -> Optional[Translations]: """Return the correct gettext translations that should be used for this request. This will never fail and return a dummy translation object if used outside of the request or if a translation cannot be found. """ # pyre-fixme[16]: Module `flask` has no attribute `_request_ctx_stack`. ctx = if ctx is None: return None translations = getattr(ctx, "babel_translations", None) if translations is None: babel_ext =["babel"] translations = None trs = None # reverse order: thus the application catalog is loaded last, so that # translations from libraries can be overriden for (dirname, domain) in reversed(babel_ext._translations_paths): trs = Translations.load( dirname, locales=[flask_babel.get_locale()], domain=domain ) # is a subclass of #, so we test if object has a 'merge' # method if not trs or not hasattr(trs, "merge"): # got None or NullTranslations instance continue elif translations is not None and hasattr(translations, "merge"): translations.merge(trs) else: translations = trs # ensure translations is at least a NullTranslations object if translations is None: translations = trs ctx.babel_translations = translations return translations # monkey patch flask-babel flask_babel.get_translations = _get_translations_multi_paths #: importable instance of :class:`Babel` babel = Babel()
[docs]def localeselector() -> Optional[str]: """Default locale selector used in abilian applications.""" # if a user is logged in, use the locale from the user settings user = getattr(g, "user", None) if user is not None: locale = getattr(user, "locale", None) if locale: return locale # Otherwise, try to guess the language from the user accept header the browser # transmits. By default we support en/fr. The best match wins. return request.accept_languages.best_match( current_app.config["BABEL_ACCEPT_LANGUAGES"] )
[docs]def timezoneselector() -> tzinfo: """Default timezone selector used in abilian applications.""" return LOCALTZ
def get_template_i18n(template_name: str, locale: Locale) -> List[str]: """Build template list with preceding locale if found.""" if locale is None: return [template_name] template_list = [] parts = template_name.rsplit(".", 1) root = parts[0] suffix = parts[1] if locale.territory is not None: locale_string = "_".join([locale.language, locale.territory]) localized_template_path = ".".join([root, locale_string, suffix]) template_list.append(localized_template_path) localized_template_path = ".".join([root, locale.language, suffix]) template_list.append(localized_template_path) # append the default template_list.append(template_name) return template_list class ensure_request_context: """Context manager that ensures a request context is set up.""" _rq_ctx = None def __enter__(self) -> None: # pyre-fixme[16]: Module `flask` has no attribute `_request_ctx_stack`. if is None: ctx = self._rq_ctx = current_app.test_request_context() ctx.__enter__() def __exit__(self, *args: Any) -> None: ctx = self._rq_ctx self._rq_ctx = None if ctx is not None: ctx.__exit__(*args)
[docs]def render_template_i18n(template_name_or_list: str, **context: Any) -> str: """Try to build an ordered list of template to satisfy the current locale.""" template_list: List[str] = [] # Use locale if present in **context if "locale" in context: locale = Locale.parse(context["locale"]) else: # Use get_locale() or default_locale locale = flask_babel.get_locale() if isinstance(template_name_or_list, str): template_list = get_template_i18n(template_name_or_list, locale) else: # Search for locale for each member of the list, do not bypass for template in template_name_or_list: template_list.extend(get_template_i18n(template, locale)) with ensure_request_context(), force_locale(locale): return render_template(template_list, **context)
_NOT_WORD_RE = re.compile(r"[^\w\s]+", flags=re.UNICODE) def to_lower_ascii(value: str) -> str: value = str(value) value = _NOT_WORD_RE.sub(" ", value) value = unicodedata.normalize("NFKD", value) value_b = value.encode("ascii", "ignore") value = value_b.decode("ascii") value = value.strip().lower() value = re.sub(r"[_\s]+", " ", value) return value