Support » Plugin: Codestyling Localization » [Plugin: Codestyling Localization] Translating WPMU plugins

  • Resolved Paul Annekov

    (@thesteelrat)


    Hi.

    As you know, mu plugin’s main file must be presented directly in mu-plugins folder without sub folder. Then such plugin can just include it’s another files in sub folders using require.

    As I understand your plugin can scan for translations only main file. I clicked ‘Scan’ button and got strings for translation only from main file.

    Can you add possibility to scan sub folders too? Maybe it will be some question to user, and he will choose folder or enter folder directory by himself.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/codestyling-localization/

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  • Plugin Author codestyling

    (@codestyling)

    This extension will show up a lot directories and is not suitable for current version. The work arround is: place the plugin as ordinary plugin into normal plugins with own plugin folder, translate it and use the file from this translation.
    I know, that this is not really comfortable but the overhead of enumrate each and any sub folders at mu-plugins an make it selectable for inclusion would require to save somewhere the folder membership to avoid this select process again and again.
    Thatswhy this won’t be supported for 1.x versions.

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