X-Git-Url: https://sipb.mit.edu/gitweb.cgi/ikiwiki.git/blobdiff_plain/8ca85b699d264986f01bc7122cb5ade3bd122bc6..50146d45087f3fe9b3bdf1126b03e5077206d246:/doc/todo/language_definition_for_the_meta_plugin.mdwn diff --git a/doc/todo/language_definition_for_the_meta_plugin.mdwn b/doc/todo/language_definition_for_the_meta_plugin.mdwn index e38d4e0ef..cfb9acd25 100644 --- a/doc/todo/language_definition_for_the_meta_plugin.mdwn +++ b/doc/todo/language_definition_for_the_meta_plugin.mdwn @@ -1,6 +1,5 @@ Here is a patch for the [[plugins/meta]] plugin. It adds the possibility to define the language -used for a page, with - [[meta lang="ja"]] +used for a page, with \[[meta lang="ja"]] It doesn't insert the langage information in the xhtml meta elements, but defines a LANG variable to use in the templates, for example with @@ -17,6 +16,18 @@ This may be useful for sites with a few pages in different languages, but no ful > Looks good, but the need to modify the template and include a default > language in it is a bit problimatic, I think. --[[Joey]] +>> --lang=XX could be a setup option, with a default value, then the template would be + + + +>>> Yes, that seems reasonable. I guess there's no problem with defaulting +>>> to en if it can be overridden in the setup. --[[Joey]] + +>>>> Yes, english default makes sense. But maybe this option should also be used to define the +>>>> language used for the messages, ie override the locale? +>>>> Or just --html-lang=XX, only used by the templates? +>>>> — NicolasLimare +
 --- meta.orig.pm  2007-07-27 00:19:51.000000000 +0200
 +++ meta.pm       2007-08-05 22:37:40.000000000 +0200