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Empty ts file after lupdate
This issue was posted two years ago but the work around suggested here is not working for me. I am working on a QtQuick 2.5 application and I have marked all my strings with qsTr() in my qml files and I have TRANSLATION tag in my pro file but every time I run lupdate from tools I get this:
"Info: creating stash file /Users/user/myProgramm/.qmake.stash
Found 0 source text(s) (0 new and 0 already existing)"
Am I doing something wrong or is this another bug?
Did you already follow the QtQuick Internationalization documentation ?
Yes, I did. I already found that "hack" but it does not change anything. So are you telling me that basically it should work that I am doing something wrong?
Just tested it with a dummy program and the technique described in the documentation works fine.
Can you show your .pro file ?
Stupid me, I had a \ instead of a / in my path...
Thanks for the help!
No need for \ in paths with Qt ;)
Glad you found out and thanks for sharing !
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Beemaneni Bala last edited by
Myself working on languages for my app.Please provide inputs if u know.I have all qm files generated using lrelease , but i do not understand how i can i load language change dynamically.
As per my understanding, load is not sufficient and it needs to be installed to effect the changes.
QTranslator trans; trans.load("enh_ts") qApp.installTranslator(&trans);
The above code works if i put in main.cpp, but i need to change the language dynamically.so how can i refer from particular file?
I do not know how good your Spanish is but this video helped me a lot. The guy is prompting a dialog on start up to select a language. My be you can work from there.
And there's also the internationalization documentation that has a chapter about it here.
As for doing if from within your application, it's essentially a question of providing a mean for your users to select the right file through for example a combo box.