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Uses old Rust 2015

0.1.4 Jan 22, 2017
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0.1.2 Jan 22, 2017
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CSV Language Manager

Manage multiple languages through CSV tables.

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Getting Started

In this walkthrough, we'll be using Google Sheets as a tool.

Step 1 - Creating a Table

As you can see, a table with IDs in the first column, and languages in the first row should be created. This should be relatively easy to comprehend.

Step 2 - Save Table as .csv

Step 3 - Add csvlm as Dependency

  1. In your cargo.toml add
[dependencies]
// Assign latest version (Might not be the one saying)
csvlm = "0.1.3"

2. In the command line run `cargo install`

3. In your executable/library of choice add ```Rust extern crate csvlm;

use csvlm::Manager;


### Step 4 - Create Manager & Parse
Now we need a manager that parses the information for us
```Rust
// The parameters are directory, filename & extension
// My file is located outside of the project
let mut manag = Manager::new("..", "test_table", ".txt");

// Then parse the file assigned
manag.parse();

Step 5 - Set Default Language

// (Code continues from earlier)
// Set your default language with any available language id
m.set_def(0);
// Get language reference & vector of word references as a tuple
let (lang, word_vec) = m.get_def();

Models

Language

id: i32,
name: String

// Initalizer
fn new(id: i32, name: &str) -> Language { /* ... */ }

Word

id: i32,
lang_id: i32,
val: String

// Initalizer
fn new(id: i32, lang_id: i32, val: &str) -> Word { /* ... */ }

Manager

file: File,
langs: Vec<Language>,
words: Vec<Word>,
def_lang: i32

// Initalizer
fn new(direc: &str, name: &str, ext: &str) -> Manager { /* ... */ }

// Further methods

// Parses languages & words into manager model
fn parse() { /* ... */ }

// Sets default language by language id
fn set_def(lang_id: i32) { /* ... */ }

// Returns reference to set def. language & vector of references to words of language
fn get_def() -> (&Language, Vec<&Word>) { /* ... */ }

No runtime deps