grunt-banana-checker

0.13.0 • Public • Published

banana-checker

Checker for the 'Banana' JSON-file format for interface messages, as used by MediaWiki and jQuery.i18n.

By default, Banana checker asserts the following:

  • The source and documentation files must exist and contain valid JSON.
  • Both files include a @metadata object.
  • Each defined source message is documented.
  • Each defined documentation entry has a matching source message.

For all available options, see the Options section.

You can use Banana checker standalone or as a Grunt plugin.

Getting started (Grunt plugin)

To use this plugin, add it as a development dependency to your project:

npm install grunt-banana-checker --save-dev

Ensure your project has a Gruntfile.js file (example file). Then, in Gruntfile.js, add the line:

grunt.loadNpmTasks( 'grunt-banana-checker' );

Configure the Grunt plugin

In Gruntfile.js, add a configuration key for banana and set it to an empty object.

We will use this object to declare which directory contains the interface messages. For example, to enable grunt-banana-checker for a single directory only, configure it like so:

grunt.initConfig( {
	banana: {
	    all: 'i18n/'
	}
} );

You can also configure multiple directories, like so:

grunt.initConfig( {
	banana: {
	    core: 'languages/i18n/',
	    installer: 'includes/installer/i18n/'
	}
} );

You can also use globbing patterns and/or arrays of directories, like so:

grunt.initConfig( {
	banana: {
	    all: 'modules/ve-{mw,wmf}/i18n/'
	}
} );

For a full list of supported ways of defining the target directory of a Grunt plugin, see Configuring tasks on gruntjs.com.

See the Options sections for create a config file.

Config can also be set in Grunt by defining your target directory as an object instead of a string, with src and options properties, like so:

grunt.initConfig( {
	banana: {
		all: {
			src: 'i18n/',
			options: {
				sourceFile: 'messages.json',
				documentationFile: 'documentation.json'
			}
		}
	}
} );

For all available options, see the Options section.

Command-line

The Banana checker also offers a command-line interface.

npm install grunt-banana-checker --save-dev

To use Banana checker as part of your test run, refer to the banana-checker program from the scripts.test property in your package.json file.

{
	"scripts": {
		"test": "banana-checker i18n/"
	}
}

Options can be set in the config file, or overridden as --key=value pairs. For example:

npx banana-checker --requireKeyPrefix="x-" i18n/
  • For boolean options, use the valus 0, 1, true, or false.
  • Quotes are allowed, but not required.
  • For options that allow multiple values, separate values by comma. Like --key=one,two.

Options

Create a .bananaconfig.[json|js] file (or bananaconfig.[json|js]):

{
	"sourceFile": "messages.json",
	"documentationFile": "documentation.json"
}

Available options are:

autofix

Type: boolean Default value: false

If enabled, try to automatically fix issues in en/qqq.json detected by some checks.

Note that autofixing will not affect the check result - the checker will fail even if all errors were automatically fixed.

autofixTranslated

Type: boolean Default value: false

Same as autofix but for translated messages.

sourceFile

Type: string Default value: "en.json"

The JSON file providing the primary messages.

documentationFile

Type: string Default value: "qqq.json"

The JSON file providing the documentation messages.

Rules

Rule options can be set to "off", "warn" or "error". When additional options are available an array tuple should be created, e.g. [ "error", { "initial: true } ].

requireMetadata

Default value: "error"

Whether to fail if message files don't have a @metadata meta-data key.

requireCompleteMessageDocumentation

Default value: "error" Additional option: skip (type string[]) Keys to skip

Whether to fail if any message is in the primary file but not documented.

disallowEmptyDocumentation

Default value: "error"

Whether to fail if any message is in the primary file but documented as a blank string.

requireLowerCase

Default value: "error" Additional option: initial (type boolean, default false)

Whether to fail if any message key is not lower case. If the "initial" option is set, fail only if the first character is not lower case.

requireKeyPrefix

Default value: "off" Additional option: prefix (type string or string[])

Whether to fail if any message key is not prefixed by the given prefix, or if multiple, one of the given prefixes.

disallowUnusedDocumentation

Default value: "error"

Whether to fail if any documented message isn't in the primary file.

disallowBlankTranslations

Default value: "warn"

Whether to warn if any message is translated as a blank string.

disallowDuplicateTranslations

Default value: "off"

Whether to fail if any message is translated as identical to the original string.

disallowUnusedTranslations

Default value: "off"

Whether to fail if any translated message isn't in the primary file.

requireCompletelyUsedParameters

Default value: "off"

Whether to fail if any translated message fails to use a parameter used in the primary message.

requireCompleteTranslationLanguages

Default value: "off" Additional option: langs (type string[]) Languages required Additional option: ignoreMissing (type boolean, default true) Ignore missing translations whose original string is blank Example value: [ "error", { "langs": [ "fr", "es" ], "ignoreMissing": false } ]

Languages on which to fail if any message in the primary file is missing.

requireCompleteTranslationMessages

Default value: "off" Additional option: keys (type string[]) Message keys to require Example value: [ "error", { "keys": [ "first-message-key", "second-message-key" ] } ]

Messages on which to fail if missing in any provided language.

disallowLeadingWhitespace

Default value: "off"

Whether to ignore leading whitespace in original messages.

disallowLeadingWhitespaceTranslated

Default value: "off"

Whether to ignore leading whitespace in translated messages.

disallowTrailingWhitespace

Default value: "error"

Whether to ignore trailing whitespace in original messages.

allowTrailingWhitespaceTranslated

Default value: "warn"

Whether to ignore trailing whitespace in original messages.

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