Your plugin looks amazing, but what happens if the plugin I want to translate haven’t got any .MO file (only .php .js …) ?
Like this one: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/social/ Lots of php files there… but it has lines like:
<p class="nopassword"><?php _e('This post is password protected. Enter the password to view any comments.', 'social'); ?></p>
That’s the chain ‘social’… but no .MO or .PO files!??
Thanks for your time!
Thanks for letting me know. I will install this “social” plugin and try to troubleshoot where my translator is getting lost.
Thanks for your time. I’m getting this plugin translation thanks to these posts:
But I hope that this post can help you to update and get a better translator plugin 🙂
I just pushed an update with this feature added. Please take a look and let me know how it works out.
Yes, it seems to work. It creates the .MO file, but it didn’t load the entire translation (or .PO file), maybe because this Social plugin has a lot of .php files to load and translate, not just one. I mean, your plugin loads 29 lines to translate this plugin, but if I edit my translated .PO file, it has 172…
BTW, just a little advice: In the wordpress blog plugin list, the first option of your plugin says: “Lauch it”, when it must say “Launch it” 😉
Ok, thanks for the feedback again. All these errors of my ways shall be corrected in the next couple of days.
Another version pushed with recursive source search. Please give it a go…
hello, thanks for the plugin. I can’t create the mo file, this button just reload page. Trying to translate opentok video chat.
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