web_translate_it gem v released

By Edouard on February 10, 2011

I just released a new version of our synchronisation client for Web Translate It. The Web Translate It client (also known as wti) is a powerful command line tool to synchronise your local translation files with the Web Translate It service.

Many bug fixes and small improvements were made since the version Here’s what new in a nut:

  • wti pull is much faster

  • New command: wti addlocale to add new locales to your project. You can also chain locales, for instance: wti addlocale fr en es

  • New: wti server is now logging to log/webtranslateit.log

  • New courtesy option: --low_priority. You can use it when you upload language files en masse. Your files will be processed when Web Translate It’s server are idle. Use it like so: wti push --all --low_priority.

For more information, I invite you to have a look at the detailed changelog.

To upgrade to the latest version, gem install web_translate_it.

Are you a Microsoft Windows user? We now have some installation instructions for you.

Edit: web_translate_it contains a small bug, which has been fixed in