I think that many people are asking for a way to display the same look and feel and different language using forrest.
I gather some information about how to do it here. I used this example for espaÃ±ol and English example.
- First you need to download a dev version as for today (10 May 2005)
- set project.i18n=true on forrest.properties
- copy index.xml to index.es.xml
- modify index.es.xml to display some Spanish text
This should be enough for test if your setup is right.
load on your browser http://localhost:8888/ and change language. If everything goes right. you should be able to see the menus, tabs and content in Spanish (or whatever).
Now that we know that is it working on a live server, we are going to put it on a static view. We are going to start with a default language en (English)
cp $FORREST_HOME/main/webapp/WEB-INF/cli.xconf /var/tmp/fs
cli.xconfand add this line:
<uri type=”insert” src-prefix=”” src=”index.html” follow-links=”false” dest=”/var/tmp/fs/build/i18n/*.en” />
You should be able to see the fresh-site with all the files ending on html.en . Next is the turn of the alternative language.. Spanish.. 🙂
- export LANG=es
- modify cli.xconf and change the dest attribute on the uri element from *.en to *.es
That should be enough in order to test it. you need to copy the destination folder (/var/tmp/fs/build/i18n) to a web directory in an Apache server. Well, I do a (cd /var/www; ln -s /var/tmp/fs/build/i18n i18n) but that is because I run a web server on my laptop. so http://localhost/i18n is enough for me to test.