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NAME ^

Locale::Maketext::Utils::Phrase::cPanel - cPanel recipe to Normalize and perform lint-like analysis of phrases

VERSION ^

This document describes Locale::Maketext::Utils::Phrase::cPanel version 0.1

SYNOPSIS ^

    use Locale::Maketext::Utils::Phrase::cPanel;

    my $norm = Locale::Maketext::Utils::Phrase::cPanel->new_source() || die;

    my $result = $norm->normalize('This office has worked [quant,_1,day,days,zero days] without an “accident”.');

    # process $result

DESCRIPTION ^

Exactly like Locale::Maketext::Utils::Phrase::Norm except the default filters are what cPanel requires.

DEFAULT cPanel RECIPE FILTERS ^

Currently the same as the base class’s "DEFAULT FILTERS" in Locale::Maketext::Utils::Phrase::Norm.

If that ever changes it will be reflected here.

Legacy related methods

new_legacy_source()

Just like base new_source() except it skips the markup filters since legacy values can contain HTML.

new_legacy_target()

Just like base new_target() except it skips the markup filters since legacy values can contain HTML.

Internal Object ^

When a filter needs an object (e.g. Compiles) this module uses a Locale::Maketext::Utils::Mock object that knows about cPanel specific bracket notation methods instead of a Cpanel::Locale object for a number of reasons:

1 Availability

Things outside of cPanel code (i.e. systems without access to Cpanel::) will have access to the same code that is used on cPanel servers.

For example: cplint, build servers, QA servers, translators, my laptop, etc

2 Consistency.

Every consumer (including /ULC code, cplint, build servers, QA servers, translators, my laptop, etc) will get the exact same results.

3 Sanity check.

Adding new bracket notation needs done thoughtfully and completely. Requiring it be discussed/vetted and then added upstream (i.e. here) helps ensure that that happens.

  • Does it really belong as bracket notation?

    There is a good chance there is already a way to do what you want or that it belongs elsewhere.

  • If so, is it cPanel specific or should it be in L::M::U ?
  • In addition to tests and it’s Javascript counterpart:
    • It needs documented in the correct places.

      If its not in L::M::U (i.e. it’s POD) then it needs added to our internal and/or public documentation.

    • XLIFF needs to know about it.

      That is true whether it is in L::M::U or C::L.

    • The security team will want to review it and add it to their list.

      That is true whether it is in L::M::U or C::L.

If all of that is satisifed then we add it here and update our RPM and we know we have a solid, well thought out, and well executed new bracket notation method.

All of those benefits in a process that takes a matter of hours from start to finish. If 24 hours seems too long of a delay compare that to the effort required to undo/deprecate/backcompat a poorly planned/implemented thing!

AUTHOR ^

Daniel Muey <http://drmuey.com/cpan_contact.pl>

LICENCE AND COPYRIGHT ^

Copyright (c) 2012 cPanel, Inc. <copyright@cpanel.net>>. All rights reserved.

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.10.1 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.

DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY ^

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