translation: drop babel extractor definitions

babel extractors are now registered via python entry points,
so there is no need to declare babel extractors in babel configs.

This change is important to make translation work in Django 2.2.
django-babel does not work with Django 2.2 and looks unmaintained
for over two years. The horizon team is thinking to switch the extractor
to enmerkar (a fork of django-babel) to make extraction of translation
string work again near future. It is important to drop the extractor
definition to make the transition smooth.

Change-Id: I17553cc99a4b2d63b5ae8669e431bcb352f278bc
Akihiro Motoki 2019-12-27 02:32:03 +09:00
parent 5fde7bde35
commit 549bcc0bf0
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django = django_babel.extract:extract_django
[python: watcher_dashboard/**.py]
[django: watcher_dashboard/**/templates/**.html]

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# We use a custom extractor to find translatable strings in AngularJS
# templates. The extractor is included in horizon.utils for now.
# See for
# details on how this works.
angular = horizon.utils.babel_extract_angular:extract_angular
[javascript: watcher_dashboard/**.js]
# We need to look into all static folders for HTML files.
# The **/static ensures that we also search within
# /openstack_dashboard/dashboards/XYZ/static which will ensure
# that plugins are also translated.
[angular: watcher_dashboard/**/static/**.html]