Supporting multiple languages in a single document
mail at milianw.de
Mon Jun 7 09:56:32 UTC 2010
Ruan Strydom, 07.06.2010:
> Hi Milian,
> I am just throwing this out there, not sure how everything stitches
> together, plus I have a very simple understanding of the DUChain... I am
> not sure, if you are using mime types to separate the languages (if not
> then ignore this), but the xml/sgml plug-in uses several different mime's.
> So does Cpp now that I think of it... ;)
Yep, we use the mimetype.
> Would it not be possible to group languages by there names ie: Sgml, Php or
> TopDUContext * top = DUChain::self()->chainForDocument(url, language);
> And when creating a top context for the same URL create a SubDocument for
> the language.
Yeah, something like this I thought as well. If there is already a topcontext
with the given languagesupport plugin in a document, reuse that, just create
another context or similar - depending if it's required.
Anyhow, the current limitation is _afaik_:
No support for "split" documents. Esp. considering on what contextForCursor
should return or similar, we should think about adding something like that. I
mean, language ranges don't have to overlap, and it might be nice if they
> ps: I wanted to send this to the list, but then thought: 'this may be a
> very stupid question', so if this has some value/weight feel free to reply
> to the list.
No, not stupid. The DUChain is complex and I think I finally know a few things
here and there, but this is definitely not the level of everyone. Hence
relocating to the list again.
> On Sunday 06 June 2010 18:03:25 Milian Wolff wrote:
> > On Sunday 06 June 2010 17:59:58 Milian Wolff wrote:
> > here the patches if anyone is interested in my current approach
mail at milianw.de
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