Source code for redbot.core.i18n

from __future__ import annotations

import contextlib
import functools
import io
import os
import logging
import discord

from pathlib import Path
from typing import Callable, TYPE_CHECKING, Union, Dict, Optional
from contextvars import ContextVar

import babel.localedata
from babel.core import Locale

    from import Red

__all__ = [

log = logging.getLogger("red.i18n")

_current_locale = ContextVar("_current_locale", default="en-US")
_current_regional_format = ContextVar("_current_regional_format", default=None)


MSGID = 'msgid "'
MSGSTR = 'msgstr "'

_translators = []

def get_locale() -> str:
    return str(_current_locale.get())

def set_locale(locale: str) -> None:
    global _current_locale
    _current_locale = ContextVar("_current_locale", default=locale)

def set_contextual_locale(locale: str) -> None:

def get_regional_format() -> str:
    if _current_regional_format.get() is None:
        return str(_current_locale.get())
    return str(_current_regional_format.get())

def set_regional_format(regional_format: Optional[str]) -> None:
    global _current_regional_format
    _current_regional_format = ContextVar("_current_regional_format", default=regional_format)

def set_contextual_regional_format(regional_format: Optional[str]) -> None:

def reload_locales() -> None:
    for translator in _translators:

[docs]async def get_locale_from_guild(bot: Red, guild: Optional[discord.Guild]) -> str: """ Get locale set for the given guild. Parameters ---------- bot: Red The bot's instance. guild: Optional[discord.Guild] The guild contextual locale is set for. Use `None` if the context doesn't involve guild. Returns ------- str Guild's locale string. """ return await bot._i18n_cache.get_locale(guild)
[docs]async def get_regional_format_from_guild(bot: Red, guild: Optional[discord.Guild]) -> str: """ Get regional format for the given guild. Parameters ---------- bot: Red The bot's instance. guild: Optional[discord.Guild] The guild contextual locale is set for. Use `None` if the context doesn't involve guild. Returns ------- str Guild's locale string. """ return await bot._i18n_cache.get_regional_format(guild)
[docs]async def set_contextual_locales_from_guild(bot: Red, guild: Optional[discord.Guild]) -> None: """ Set contextual locales (locale and regional format) for given guild context. Parameters ---------- bot: Red The bot's instance. guild: Optional[discord.Guild] The guild contextual locale is set for. Use `None` if the context doesn't involve guild. """ locale = await get_locale_from_guild(bot, guild) regional_format = await get_regional_format_from_guild(bot, guild) set_contextual_locale(locale) set_contextual_regional_format(regional_format)
def _parse(translation_file: io.TextIOWrapper) -> Dict[str, str]: """ Custom gettext parsing of translation files. Parameters ---------- translation_file : io.TextIOWrapper An open text file containing translations. Returns ------- Dict[str, str] A dict mapping the original strings to their translations. Empty translated strings are omitted. """ step = None untranslated = "" translated = "" translations = {} locale = get_locale() translations[locale] = {} for line in translation_file: line = line.strip() if line.startswith(MSGID): # New msgid if step is IN_MSGSTR and translated: # Store the last translation translations[locale][_unescape(untranslated)] = _unescape(translated) step = IN_MSGID untranslated = line[len(MSGID) : -1] elif line.startswith('"') and line.endswith('"'): if step is IN_MSGID: # Line continuing on from msgid untranslated += line[1:-1] elif step is IN_MSGSTR: # Line continuing on from msgstr translated += line[1:-1] elif line.startswith(MSGSTR): # New msgstr step = IN_MSGSTR translated = line[len(MSGSTR) : -1] if step is IN_MSGSTR and translated: # Store the final translation translations[locale][_unescape(untranslated)] = _unescape(translated) return translations def _unescape(string): string = string.replace(r"\\", "\\") string = string.replace(r"\t", "\t") string = string.replace(r"\r", "\r") string = string.replace(r"\n", "\n") string = string.replace(r"\"", '"') return string def get_locale_path(cog_folder: Path, extension: str) -> Path: """ Gets the folder path containing localization files. :param Path cog_folder: The cog folder that we want localizations for. :param str extension: Extension of localization files. :return: Path of possible localization file, it may not exist. """ return cog_folder / "locales" / "{}.{}".format(get_locale(), extension)
[docs]class Translator(Callable[[str], str]): """Function to get translated strings at runtime.""" def __init__(self, name: str, file_location: Union[str, Path, os.PathLike]): """ Initializes an internationalization object. Parameters ---------- name : str Your cog name. file_location : `str` or `pathlib.Path` This should always be ``__file__`` otherwise your localizations will not load. """ self.cog_folder = Path(file_location).resolve().parent self.cog_name = name self.translations = {} _translators.append(self) self.load_translations()
[docs] def __call__(self, untranslated: str) -> str: """Translate the given string. This will look for the string in the translator's :code:`.pot` file, with respect to the current locale. """ locale = get_locale() try: return self.translations[locale][untranslated] except KeyError: return untranslated
[docs] def load_translations(self): """ Loads the current translations. """ locale = get_locale() if locale.lower() == "en-us": # Red is written in en-US, no point in loading it return if locale in self.translations: # Locales cannot be loaded twice as they have an entry in # self.translations return locale_path = get_locale_path(self.cog_folder, "po") with contextlib.suppress(IOError, FileNotFoundError): with"utf-8") as file: self._parse(file)
def _parse(self, translation_file): self.translations.update(_parse(translation_file)) def _add_translation(self, untranslated, translated): untranslated = _unescape(untranslated) translated = _unescape(translated) if translated: self.translations[untranslated] = translated
@functools.lru_cache() def _get_babel_locale(red_locale: str) -> babel.core.Locale: supported_locales = babel.localedata.locale_identifiers() try: # Handles cases where red_locale is already Babel supported babel_locale = Locale(*babel.parse_locale(red_locale)) except (ValueError, babel.core.UnknownLocaleError): try: babel_locale = Locale(*babel.parse_locale(red_locale, sep="-")) except (ValueError, babel.core.UnknownLocaleError): # ValueError is Raised by `parse_locale` when an invalid Locale is given to it # Lets handle it silently and default to "en_US" try: # Try to find a babel locale that's close to the one used by red babel_locale = Locale(Locale.negotiate([red_locale], supported_locales, sep="-")) except (ValueError, TypeError, babel.core.UnknownLocaleError): # If we fail to get a close match we will then default to "en_US" babel_locale = Locale("en", "US") return babel_locale
[docs]def get_babel_locale(locale: Optional[str] = None) -> babel.core.Locale: """Function to convert a locale to a `babel.core.Locale`. Parameters ---------- locale : Optional[str] The locale to convert, if not specified it defaults to the bot's locale. Returns ------- babel.core.Locale The babel locale object. """ if locale is None: locale = get_locale() return _get_babel_locale(locale)
[docs]def get_babel_regional_format(regional_format: Optional[str] = None) -> babel.core.Locale: """Function to convert a regional format to a `babel.core.Locale`. If ``regional_format`` parameter is passed, this behaves the same as `get_babel_locale`. Parameters ---------- regional_format : Optional[str] The regional format to convert, if not specified it defaults to the bot's regional format. Returns ------- babel.core.Locale The babel locale object. """ if regional_format is None: regional_format = get_regional_format() return _get_babel_locale(regional_format)
# This import to be down here to avoid circular import issues. # This will be cleaned up at a later date # noinspection PyPep8 from . import commands
[docs]def cog_i18n(translator: Translator): """Get a class decorator to link the translator to this cog.""" def decorator(cog_class: type): cog_class.__translator__ = translator for name, attr in cog_class.__dict__.items(): if isinstance(attr, (commands.Group, commands.Command)): attr.translator = translator setattr(cog_class, name, attr) return cog_class return decorator