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Erbenos

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  1. Hello,

    recently i came across this issue.

    Basically, I am using TemplateEngineBlade module which allows me to use Blade templating engine in my templates. I needed to translate strings like '__(<your string>)', but since the module compiles the templates into its own directory (as highlighted in screenshots), the language translator find the function call in 2 files:

    1. Template where the code is written
    2. Modules 'compiled'/cache directory where the templates are in their compiled state

    Now, I actually have to translate the string in its compiled directory else it  doesn't work at all. But since that filename changes often it is not usable at all.

    I tryed prepending all templates with a file (for example _init.php) and getting all translatable strings there which works but not for the use cases where i need to get same string translated in multiple languages in a single page - I would have to create separate variables.

    Does anyone have any idea which would help me work around my issue?

    Thanks

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  2. Whoa... this is kind of funny. There is setting specifically for what I want just below:

     

    # -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      # 14. OPTIONAL: Send URLs with non-ASCII name-format characters to 404 page (optimization)
      # -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} "[^-_.a-zA-Z0-9/~]"
      RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
      RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
      RewriteRule ^(.*)$ index.php?it=/http404/ [L,QSA]

    One may wonder how does he have utf8 page names and correct 404 redirects but oh well, this is just what i needed.


  3. Hello,

    I encountered interesting behaviour yesterday.

    I have custom module, which serves as 404 redirect which works like this: 

    $this->addHookAfter("ProcessPageView::pageNotFound", $this, "hook404Page");

    And in hook404Page function I return 404 page.

    The problem is while this does work for:

    http://testsite.dev/nonpage

    It doesn't work for non standard URL like these:

    http://testsite.dev/něnpage

    Any idea why? Thanks.

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