Project info for MonRG

Share This Created 24 Sep 2002 at 10:30 UTC by jhyde, last modified 18 Mar 2005 at 16:31 UTC by jhyde.

Homepage: http://eigenbase.sourceforge.net/resgen/

Freshmeat page: http://freshmeat.net/projects/MonRG/

Notes:

ResGen (Resource Generator) generates wrapper-classes for Java resource bundles. For example, given MyResource.properties:

helloWorld=Hello, world!
noAccess=User {0} does not have access to {1}
noAccess.class=java.lang.Exception
ResGen generates
class MyResource {
private ResourceBundle bundle = ...;
protected String format(String template, Object[] params) {
...
}
public String getHelloWorld() {
return bundle.getString("helloWorld");
}
public String getNoAccess(String p0, String p1) {
return format(bundle.getString("noAccess"), new Object[] {p0, p1});
}
public java.lang.Exception newNoAccess(String p0, String p1) {
return new java.lang.Exception(getNoAccess(p0, p1));
}
}

As this example shows, ResGen generates a 'get' method for every resource, with parameters appropriate to the parameters embedded in the resource string. If the resource is some kind of exception, ResGen also generates a 'new' method to create an instance of that exception.

We've recently added support for C++ generation, and the ablity to ability to define messages in XML files. For an up to date list of features, visit the home page.

Possible future enhancements include:

  1. Convert code-generator into XSL engine, and allow clients to specify custom XSL style-sheets.
  2. Support for different generation styles, for example, separate interface & class.

ResGen is part of the Eigenbase Project. It was initially to be part of the Mondrian project, where it was known as the Mondrian Resource Generator (MonRG).

Keywords: Java, ResourceBundle, Resource, generator, type-safe, internationalization, i18n, localization, l10n.

License: LGPL

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