The Translate extension, due to its nature of rapid development, requires a relatively recent version of MediaWiki to work. The aim is to support the development version and the two latest stable versions of MediaWiki. In package managers, the version may be too old to fulfill the requirements. In that case you need to download a newer release from mediawiki.org or from Wikimedia's Git repository.
The Translate extension uses a continuous development model, which means that latest version should never be totally broken, because all commits to Translate extension are peer reviewed and pass unit tests. The core functionality is pretty stable, but there may be bigger changes from time to time.
البرامج التالية مطلوبة لتنصيب هذا الامتداد:
- Recent version of MediaWiki
- MySQL database – SQLite (experimental)
- (optional) PHPlot for statistics graphs
- (optional) Syck for faster YAML parsing
- (optional) Solr instance for advanced search features
- Universal Language Selector extensions (included in MLEB)
- Internet access on the server for machine translation services
In addition, shell access is required to run maintenance scripts.
The use of memcached for caching and for example APC PHP accelerator is recommended in a production environment.
الحصول على المصدر
The recommended way to get the Translate extension is MediaWiki Language Extension Bundle. It includes a couple of more extensions commonly used together with Translate extension. It also includes an useful default configuration to get you started.
There are many configuration settings that enable new features or change the way the extension works. See Configuration for a description of these settings.