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The Twig Gettext Extractor is Poedit
friendly tool which extracts translations from twig templates.
twig-gettext-extractor.phar file and store it somewhere on your computer.
You can run these commands to easily access
twig-gettext-extractor from anywhere on
$ sudo wget https://github.com/umpirsky/Twig-Gettext-Extractor/releases/download/1.2.0/twig-gettext-extractor.phar -O /usr/local/bin/twig-gettext-extractor $ sudo chmod a+x /usr/local/bin/twig-gettext-extractor
Then, just run
$ composer require umpirsky/twig-gettext-extractor
$ composer global require umpirsky/twig-gettext-extractor
Make sure you have
~/.composer/vendor/bin in your
you're good to go:
$ export PATH="$PATH:$HOME/.composer/vendor/bin"
Don't forget to add this line in your
.bashrc file if you want to keep this change after reboot.
By default, Poedit does not have the ability to parse Twig templates.
This can be resolved by adding an additional parser (Edit > Preferences > Parsers)
with the following options:
<project>/vendor/bin/twig-gettext-extractor --sort-output --force-po -o %o %C %K -L PHP --files %F(replace
<project>with absolute path to your project)
Now you can update your catalog and Poedit will synchronize it with your twig
Twig-Gettext-Extractor registers some default twig extensions. However, if you are using custom extensions, you need to register them first before you can extract the data. In order to achieve that, copy the binfile into some custom place. A common practice would be:
cp vendor/bin/twig-gettext-extractor bin/twig-gettext-extractor
Now you may add your custom extensions here:
$twig->addFunction(new \Twig_SimpleFunction('myCustomExtension', true)); $twig->addFunction(new \Twig_SimpleFunction('myCustomExtension2', true));
You can also specify custom extensions and filters via command line, by adding the --functions and --filters arguments, e.g.:
--functions formRow,formElement --filters localizedCurrency
You can specify an unlimited amount of comma-separated function and filter names.
Similarly, you can specify the location of the gettext executable you want to use with --exec