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error_reporting(E_ALL | E_STRICT);

// define constants
define('PROJECT_DIR', realpath('./'));
define('LOCALE_DIR', PROJECT_DIR .'/locale');
define('DEFAULT_LOCALE', 'en_US');


$supported_locales = array('en_US', 'sr_CS', 'de_CH');
$encoding = 'UTF-8';

$locale = (isset($_GET['lang']))? $_GET['lang'] : DEFAULT_LOCALE;

// gettext setup
T_setlocale(LC_MESSAGES, $locale);
// Set the text domain as 'messages'
$domain = 'messages';
T_bindtextdomain($domain, LOCALE_DIR);
T_bind_textdomain_codeset($domain, $encoding);

header("Content-type: text/html; charset=$encoding");
<title>PHP-gettext fallback example</title>
<h1>PHP-gettext as a fallback solution</h1>
<p>Example showing how to use PHP-gettext as a fallback solution if the native gettext library is not available or the system does not support the requested locale.</p>

print "<p>";
foreach($supported_locales as $l) {
	print "[<a href=\"?lang=$l\">$l</a>] ";
print "</p>\n";

if (!locale_emulation()) {
	print "<p>locale '$locale' is supported by your system, using native gettext implementation.</p>\n";
else {
	print "<p>locale '$locale' is <strong>not</strong> supported on your system, using custom gettext implementation.</p>\n";

<hr />

// using PHP-gettext
print "<pre>";
print T_("This is how the story goes.\n\n");
for ($number=6; $number>=0; $number--) {
  print sprintf( T_ngettext("%d pig went to the market\n", 
			  "%d pigs went to the market\n", $number), 
		 $number );
print "</pre>\n";

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