Let’s say we have a zend TMX translator
$routeTranslator = new Zend_Translate( 'tmx', '/path/to/tmxFiles/', 'en_GB' ); Zend_Controller_Router_Route::setDefaultTranslator($routeTranslator);
With this entry
archive archive-all archivio
Now, lt’s add the route with translated segment.
$route = new Zend_Controller_Router_Route( '@archiveroute', array( 'controller' => 'archive', 'action' => 'index' ) );
If the application locale is en_GB, the dispatch of the URL
will work only if (1) the xml:lang attribute of the tuv element is using the case xx_YY (2) the locale used for Zend_Translate constructor is using the case xx_YY.
If the locale is en_IE, the result will be route not found, as the route will be
Zend_Translate_Adapter_Tmx does not warn if the TMX file is not valid. In order to prevent that, add a check in the bootstrap (or create a resource) that warns if an expected translation is not found in a certain file.