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IntlMemoizer

intl-memoizer is a crate designed to handle lazy-initialized references to intl formatters.

The assumption is that allocating a new formatter instance is costly, and such instance is read-only during its life time, with constructor being expensive, and format/select calls being cheap.

In result it pays off to use a singleton to manage memoization of all instances of intl APIs such as PluralRules, DateTimeFormatetc. between allFluentBundle` instances.

Usage

use intl_memoizer::{IntlMemoizer, Memoizable};
use unic_langid::langid;

use intl_pluralrules::{PluralRules, PluralRuleType, PluralCategory};

impl Memoizable for PluralRules {
    type Args = (PluralRulesType,);
    fn construct(lang: LanguageIdentifier, args: Self::Args) -> Self {
      Self::new(lang, args.0)
    }
}

fn main() {
    let lang = langid!("en-US");

    // A single memoizer for all languages
    let mut memoizer = IntlMemoizer::new();

    // A RefCell for a particular language to be used in all `FluentBundle`
    // instances.
    let mut en_us_memoizer = memoizer.get_for_lang(lang.clone());

    // Per-call borrow
    let mut en_us_memoizer_borrow = en_us_memoizer.borrow_mut();
    let cb = en_us_memoizer_borrow.get::<PluralRules>((PluralRulesType::Cardinal,));
    assert_eq!(cb.select(1), PluralCategory::One);
}

Get Involved

fluent-rs is open-source, licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0. We encourage everyone to take a look at our code and we'll listen to your feedback.

Discuss

We'd love to hear your thoughts on Project Fluent! Whether you're a localizer looking for a better way to express yourself in your language, or a developer trying to make your app localizable and multilingual, or a hacker looking for a project to contribute to, please do get in touch on the mailing list and the IRC channel.

Dependencies

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