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Extension:I18nTags

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I18nTags
Release status: stable
Implementation Tag , Parser function
Description Provides access the i18n functions for number formatting, grammar and plural in any available language
Author(s) Niklas Laxström (Nikerabbittalk)
Latest version 2018-08-06
Database changes No
License GNU General Public License 2.0 or later
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The I18nTags extension provides access to i18n functions for number formatting, grammar and plural in any available language.

InstallationEdit

  • Download and place the file(s) in a directory called I18nTags in your extensions/ folder.
  • Add the following code at the bottom of your LocalSettings.php:
    wfLoadExtension( 'I18nTags' );
    
  • Optionally install the CLDR extension to get languages names in any language.
  •   Done – Navigate to Special:Version on your wiki to verify that the extension is successfully installed.

FeaturesEdit

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{{#languagename:}}
Get the language's name in the user language. You can override the user language by passing in a language code (or native) as an additional parameter.
Syntax User language Output
{{#languagename:fr}} English French
{{#languagename:fr}} German Französisch
{{#languagename:fr|de}} any Französisch
{{#languagename:fr|fr}} any Français
{{#languagename:fr|native}} any Français
<formatnum>
Like {{#formatnum:}} but for any language. To choose the language, use <formatnum lang="..."></formatnum>.
<grammar>
Like {{#grammar:}} but for any language. To choose the language, use <grammar lang="..."></grammar>.
<plural>
Like {{#plural:}} but for any language. To choose the language, use <plural lang="..." n="..."></plural>. For example, <plural lang="cs" n="8">soubor|soubory|souborů</plural> is equivalent to {{PLURAL:$1|soubor|soubory|souborů}}, with the language being Czech (cs) and $1 being 8.
<linktrail>
Emulates the linktrail for a specific language.