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(See also the newer [[Plugin for XChat]])
(See also the newer [[Plugin for XChat]])

Latest revision as of 04:44, 9 March 2018

Note: After Apertium's migration to GitHub, this tool is read-only on the SourceForge repository and does not exist on GitHub. If you are interested in migrating this tool to GitHub, see Migrating tools to GitHub.

(See also the newer Plugin for XChat)

Save this to a Python file and load it with XChat.


SVN version[edit]

This module is being further developed in our SVN repository. It can be found under apertium-tools/xchat-modules.


__module_name__ = "translate"
__module_version__ = "0.1"
__module_description__ = "Uses Apertium to translate users' text"
__module_author__ = "Wynand Winterbach <wynand.winterbach@gmail.com"

import xchat
import dbus

active_pairs = set()

translator = dbus.Interface(dbus.SessionBus().get_object("org.apertium.mode", "/"), "org.apertium.Translate")
info  = dbus.Interface(dbus.SessionBus().get_object("org.apertium.info", "/"), "org.apertium.Info")
modes = info.modes()

def translate(word, word_eol, userdata):
    for pair in active_pairs:
        print "[%s]: %s" %(pair, translator.translate(pair, {}, word[1]))

    return xchat.EAT_NONE

def add_pair(word, word_eol, userdata):
    if len(word) != 2:
        print "usage: /add_pair <language_pair"
        return xchat.EAT_NONE

    _, pair = word

    if pair not in modes:
        print "invalid language pair"
        return xchat.EAT_NONE

    print "Adding %s" % pair
    return xchat.EAT_NONE

def remove_pair(word, word_eol, userdata):
    print "Removing %s" % word[1]

xchat.hook_print("Channel Message", translate) 
xchat.hook_command("add_pair", add_pair, help="/add_pair <pair> will start using the language pair to translate IRC text")
xchat.hook_command("remove_pair", remove_pair, help="/remove_pair <pair> will stop using the language pair to translate IRC text")

print "Plugin translate loaded!"

If you want Apertium to start translating a language pair (let's say fr-es), then type

/add_pair fr-es

You can stop translation of this pair by typing

/remove_pair fr-es