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Timestamp:
10/20/2020 04:03:58 PM (9 months ago)
Author:
ocean90
Message:

I18N: Introduce WP_Textdomain_Registry to store text domains and their language directory paths.

Previously, when using switch_to_locale() all current loaded text domains were unloaded and added to the $l10n_unloaded global. This prevented the just-in-time loading for text domains after a switch. The just-in-time loading was also only possible if the translations were stored in WP_LANG_DIR. Both issues have been fixed.

  • Adds WP_Textdomain_Registry to keep track of the language directory paths for all plugins and themes.
  • Updates all load_*_textdomain() functions to store the path in WP_Textdomain_Registry.
  • Adds $reloadable parameter to unload_textdomain() to define whether a text domain can be loaded just-in-time again. This is used by WP_Locale_Switcher::load_translations().
  • Extends _load_textdomain_just_in_time() to also support text domains of plugins and themes with custom language directories.
  • Fixes the incorrect test_plugin_translation_after_switching_locale_twice() test which should have catch this issue earlier.
  • Adds a new test plugin/theme to test the loading of translations with a custom language directory.
  • Deprecates the now unused and private _get_path_to_translation() and _get_path_to_translation_from_lang_dir() functions.

Props yoavf, swissspidy, dd32, ocean90.
See #26511.
Fixes #39210.

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  • trunk/tests/phpunit/data/plugins/hello.php

    r46586 r49236  
    55Description: This is not just a plugin, it symbolizes the hope and enthusiasm of an entire generation summed up in two words sung most famously by Louis Armstrong: Hello, Dolly. When activated you will randomly see a lyric from <cite>Hello, Dolly</cite> in the upper right of your admin screen on every page.
    66Author: Matt Mullenweg
    7 Version: 1.5.1
     7Version: 1.7.2
    88Author URI: http://ma.tt/
    99Text Domain: hello-dolly
    1010
    1111*/
    12 
    13 // Test for
    14 ?>
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