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  • smares
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    Hey guys,

    I am trying to figure out a way to make SilverStripe write the locale in the URL and also set the locale based on the URL. The idea is to have links such as www.mysite.com/en_US/home or www.mysite.com/de_DE/home. I am wondering what the best approach would be for this. The first problem is redirecting to the right locale based on the URL. I could either use a director rule and write a custom controller that extends ModelAsController or I could simply add a DataObjectDecorator to SiteTree and use Director redirects for that. What other options do I have?
    The next step would be rewriting the links SilverStripe generates to include the locale. I also need to teach the static file publisher to create folders based on the locale and dump the files in there. Finally, I would need to tell SilverStripe to allow pages with the same name if they're in different languages. Is this even possible without core modifications?
    The stuff I found so far deals with SilverStripe 2.2 or 2.3 and no longer works well with 2.4. I also use Translatable and having per-language nodes in the site tree isn't an option.


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