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Hi Goran, *,

On Mon, Jun 13, 2011 at 4:44 AM, Goran Rakic <> wrote:
У пон, 13. 06 2011. у 02:08 +0200, Christian Lohmaier пише:

Serbian Cyrillic is always a master source, and Serbian Latin is
auto-transliterated from the Cyrillic version.

Ok, this makes handling it easier.

No, I am not familiar with the Silverstripe, that is why I would welcome
all suggestions how to implement the feature, while not disturbing other
local sites.

If you send me your ssh-key, I can grant you shell access for the site
on pumbaa to work there before pushing it to the live site.

I am reading on execution pipeline in the documentation to get the
basics. It looks like one solution could be to have a custom controller
assigned to /lat/ prefix using director. The controller will forward the
request, fetch the output, transliterate it and pass it to the view.

If you got one master-source I wouldn't go into dynamic stuff, as that
is less search-engine friendly, instead, I'd probably hook it up
onAfterWrite to create the translation programmatically, i.e. just
store the copy as someone would have actually written it.

What are your thoughts?

The only tricky part is to get the links right, as the navigation is
created independently from the page content. But when using the "just
create the copy as translation automatically", the only links that
need to be dealt with are the ones in the actual content, so one
problem less.


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