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fluent_conv

3.0.1 • Public • Published

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Download

The source is available for download from GitHub. Alternatively, you can install using npm:

npm install --save fluent_conv

You can then import or require() fluent_conv as normal:

import fluent from 'fluent_conv'
// or
const fluent = require('fluent_conv')
 
fluent.ftl2js(str, (err, res) => {})

Or you can direclty import or require() its functions:

import ftl2js from 'fluent_conv/ftl2js'
// or
const ftl2js = require('fluent_conv/cjs/ftl2js')

Usage

const ftl = `
emails =
  { $unreadEmails ->
    [one] You have one unread email.
   *[other] You have { $unreadEmails } unread emails.
  }
 
-brand-name =
  {
   *[nominative] Firefox
    [accusative] Firefoxa
  }
 
-another-term = another term
 
app-title = { -brand-name }
 
restart-app = Zrestartuj { -brand-name[accusative] }.
 
# Note: { $title } is a placeholder for the title of the web page
# captured in the screenshot. The default, for pages without titles, is
# creating-page-title-default.
login = Predefined value
  .placeholder = example@email.com
  .aria-label = Login input value
  .title = Type your login email
 
logout = Logout
`
 
const js = {
  emails:
    "{ $unreadEmails ->\n  [one] You have one unread email.\n *[other] You have { $unreadEmails } unread emails.\n}",
  "-brand-name": "{\n *[nominative] Firefox\n  [accusative] Firefoxa\n}",
  "-another-term": "another term",
  "app-title": "{ -brand-name }",
  "restart-app": "Zrestartuj { -brand-name[accusative] }.",
  login: {
    comment:
      "Note: { $title } is a placeholder for the title of the web page\ncaptured in the screenshot. The default, for pages without titles, is\ncreating-page-title-default.",
    val: "Predefined value",
    placeholder: "example@email.com",
    "aria-label": "Login input value",
    title: "Type your login email"
  },
  logout: "Logout"
}
 
import ftl2js from 'fluent_conv/ftl2js'
const res = ftl2js(ftl)
// res is like js
// or with callback
ftl2js(ftl, (err, res) => {
  // res is like js
})
 
 
import js2ftl from 'fluent_conv/js2ftl'
const res = js2ftl(js)
// res is like ftl
// or with callback
js2ftl(js, (err, res) => {
  // res is like ftl
})

Install

npm i fluent_conv

DownloadsWeekly Downloads

19,578

Version

3.0.1

License

MIT

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28.7 kB

Total Files

17

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