LibreOffice plugin to pipe whole Writer documents through Google Translate, that ought to keep most of the page formatting.

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Use world map for new menu entry "From ➜ To 🗺<" check-in: 9b23b4db86 user: mario tags: trunk
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1.7 (unreleased)
 * Prettier error/exception dialog, and From→To language selection mode.
 * Add langdetect as dependency/bundle.
 * Add mymemory backend without dependency on python-translate.
 * Add a few more languages in submenus.
 * Fix for new Google Translate page (div "result-container" instead of "t0")

1.6 (2021-01-30)
 * Changes to adhoc ssl support without requests.
 * More logging.
 * Add a few more help pages.
 * Add default flags `-o -t {lang}` for cli backend.
 * Rewrite  according to reality.
 * Add TextPortion handling (slow mode): paragraph enumeration.
 * Introduce cmd and email fields, redesign dialog to make association clearer.

1.5 (2020-05-30)
 * Add TextFrames support and config option.
 * Introduce XNamedAsEnumeration wrapper
 * Add <kbd>🏴</kbd> to Draw/Impress. Submenus still missing there however.
 * Remove log. module predeclaration. Prepare for DeepL web support.
 * More AOO compat.
 * Shorten dialog height, as that was the sole reason for AOO not showing it up
   and yielding window=None in the handler.

1.4 (2020-05-28)
 * Prepare for TextFrame support, reinstate self.t=translationbackends.*
 * UTF-8 fixes for Py2+3
 * AOO compatibility with unocompat, and urllib (Py2/3) handling.
   PropertyValue() simplification for tradutor/selection mode.
 * Compatibility with AOO uno and python (2.7, not 3.x),
 * Fix reference to translate-python method (Translator().translate)

1.3 (2020-05-25)
 * Fix missing settings(ctx), and apply crlf and debug options.
 * Use registry instead of config file for storing settings.
 * Add cli(), translate_python() providers, basic deepl_api(), and non-working
   deepl_web() implementation.

1.2 (2020-05-24)
 * Extract via_* classes into pythonpath/translationbackends.
   As well as requests/http/urllib-fallback code into separate module.
 * Add dialog option for python-translate.

1.0 (2020-05-24)
 * Introduced temporary json config file and settings window.
 * remove excessively nested folder structure
 * Introduce requests, restructure regex+http methods into classes to allow
   different translation backends (deepl), prepare for config settings.
 * Unicode flags for languages in submenu

1.0 (2020-05-06)
 * Add preliminary support for Draw/Impress documents.
 * Addons.xcu image references changed. New toolbar button.

0.9 (2020-05-04)
 * Restructured Addons.xcu for extra buttons.
 * More language options in Tools menu.
 * Reenable cursor/selection mode (Tradutor trigger).
 * Crude table translation.
 * Introduce text splitting (paragraphs longer than 1900 characters); untested.
 * Bugfixes

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      <title>❏ Microsoft Translator</title>
      <p>Requires an authorization key, and a `pip install translate` system package.
      There's also a free/test <link href="https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/details/cognitive-services/translator/">subscription for an API key</link>.
      Not tested within PageTranslate yet.</p>
    </item>
    <item>
      <title>❏ MyMemory</title>
      <p>Should have an email address in the according input box (though optional).
      Also requires `pip install translate`, unless the full OpenOffice plugin bundle


      was installed. Doesn't yield quite as good machine translations. But it's
      an open source service.
      </p>
    </item>
    <item>
      <title>❏ Command line tool</title>
      <p>Allows to send each text paragraph to a local application. To use it, set the
      command in the according input field again. Placeholders are `{lang}` for the
      target language, and `{text}` for the paragaphs or current text section. (Both get
      automatically escaped). For <cmd>translate-cli</cmd> you might need







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      <title>❏ Microsoft Translator</title>
      <p>Requires an authorization key, and a `pip install translate` system package.
      There's also a free/test <link href="https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/details/cognitive-services/translator/">subscription for an API key</link>.
      Not tested within PageTranslate yet.</p>
    </item>
    <item>
      <title>❏ MyMemory</title>
      <p>Should have an email address in the according input box (though
      optional).  No longer requires the python-translate module, but
      <file>langdetect</file> (for supplying the correct source language). 
      Which is why it sometimes fails, and possibly requires the Tools →
      PageTranslate → From ➜ To option.  Doesn't yield quite as good machine
      translations.  But it's an open source service.  </p>

    </item>
    <item>
      <title>❏ Command line tool</title>
      <p>Allows to send each text paragraph to a local application. To use it, set the
      command in the according input field again. Placeholders are `{lang}` for the
      target language, and `{text}` for the paragaphs or current text section. (Both get
      automatically escaped). For <cmd>translate-cli</cmd> you might need

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   <meta>
      <topic id="topic_d1e3" indexer="include" status="PUBLISH">
         <title xml-lang="en" id="title_d1e3">Translation settings</title>
         <filename>/help/vnd.include-once.pagetranslate/config.xhp</filename>
      </topic>
      <history>
         <created date="2020-02-02T22:22:22"/>
         <lastedited date="2020-06-20T10:23:01.66+02:00"/>
      </history>
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                xml-lang="en">
         <bookmark_value>PageTranslate settings</bookmark_value>
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               <paragraph id="par_d1e76" role="paragraph" xml-lang="en">Requires an authorization key, and a `pip install translate` system package.
      There's also a free/test <link href="https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/details/cognitive-services/translator/">subscription for an API key</link>.
      Not tested within PageTranslate yet.</paragraph>
            </listitem>
            <listitem id="item_d1e83" xml-lang="en">
               <emph>❏ MyMemory</emph>
               <br/>
               <paragraph id="par_d1e88" role="paragraph" xml-lang="en">Should have an email address in the according input box (though optional).
      Also requires `pip install translate`, unless the full OpenOffice plugin bundle


      was installed. Doesn't yield quite as good machine translations. But it's
      an open source service.
      </paragraph>
            </listitem>
            <listitem id="item_d1e93" xml-lang="en">
               <emph>❏ Command line tool</emph>
               <br/>
               <paragraph id="par_d1e98" role="paragraph" xml-lang="en">Allows to send each text paragraph to a local application. To use it, set the
      command in the according input field again. Placeholders are `{lang}` for the
      target language, and `{text}` for the paragaphs or current text section. (Both get
      automatically escaped). For <item type="command">translate-cli</item> you might need
      the <item type="variable">-p</item> provider option as well.
      See also the <link href="https://pypi.org/project/translate/">translate-python
      documentation</link> on how to prepare a separate <item type="fileitem">~/.python-translate.cfg</item>.
      </paragraph>
            </listitem>
         </list>
      </paragraph>

      <paragraph id="sect_d1e116" role="section" xml-lang="en">
         <paragraph id="hd_d1e118" role="heading" level="2" xml-lang="en">Operation flags</paragraph>
         <list id="terms_d1e121" xml-lang="en">
            <listitem id="item_d1e123" xml-lang="en">
               <emph>❏ quick linebreak handling</emph>
               <br/>
               <paragraph id="par_d1e128" role="paragraph" xml-lang="en">Might speed up table processing with Google Translate, as it avoids sending each newline-split sentence separately.
      It simply conjoins multiple lines temporarily with <item type="command">"/#§/"</item> in place of a
      linebreak (and then rejoins them), so there are less requests. Primarily helps with
      tables, but less for documents with lengthy paragraphs.</paragraph>
            </listitem>
            <listitem id="item_d1e135" xml-lang="en">
               <emph>❏ also iterate over TextFrames</emph>
               <br/>
               <paragraph id="par_d1e140" role="paragraph" xml-lang="en">Handles normal and floating TextFrames. Those are essentially subdocuments in a Writer page.
      But you probably don't need this option for standard office documents.</paragraph>
            </listitem>
            <listitem id="item_d1e144" xml-lang="en">
               <emph>❏ super slow mode</emph>
               <br/>
               <paragraph id="par_d1e149" role="paragraph" xml-lang="en">Iterates over paragraph segments, to keep more inline formatting - but seriously harms mid-sentence translations.
      And currently the formatting still bleeds into adjoining paragraph segments, so not very useful in practice yet.</paragraph>
            </listitem>
            <listitem id="item_d1e153" xml-lang="en">
               <emph>☑ debug mode</emph>
               <br/>
               <paragraph id="par_d1e158" role="paragraph" xml-lang="en">Will fill up the <item type="fileitem">/tmp/pagetranslate-libreoffice.txt</item> log file quicker.
      Currently the debug mode is enabled by default anyway.</paragraph>
            </listitem>
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      <topic id="topic_d1e3" indexer="include" status="PUBLISH">
         <title xml-lang="en" id="title_d1e3">Translation settings</title>
         <filename>/help/vnd.include-once.pagetranslate/config.xhp</filename>
      </topic>
      <history>
         <created date="2020-02-02T22:22:22"/>
         <lastedited date="2021-02-08T17:49:08.362+01:00"/>
      </history>
   </meta>
   <body>

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                xml-lang="en">
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      There's also a free/test <link href="https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/details/cognitive-services/translator/">subscription for an API key</link>.
      Not tested within PageTranslate yet.</paragraph>
            </listitem>
            <listitem id="item_d1e83" xml-lang="en">
               <emph>❏ MyMemory</emph>
               <br/>
               <paragraph id="par_d1e88" role="paragraph" xml-lang="en">Should have an email address in the according input box (though
      optional).  No longer requires the python-translate module, but
      <item type="fileitem">langdetect</item> (for supplying the correct source language). 
      Which is why it sometimes fails, and possibly requires the Tools →
      PageTranslate → From ➜ To option.  Doesn't yield quite as good machine
      translations.  But it's an open source service.  </paragraph>

            </listitem>
            <listitem id="item_d1e96" xml-lang="en">
               <emph>❏ Command line tool</emph>
               <br/>
               <paragraph id="par_d1e101" role="paragraph" xml-lang="en">Allows to send each text paragraph to a local application. To use it, set the
      command in the according input field again. Placeholders are `{lang}` for the
      target language, and `{text}` for the paragaphs or current text section. (Both get
      automatically escaped). For <item type="command">translate-cli</item> you might need
      the <item type="variable">-p</item> provider option as well.
      See also the <link href="https://pypi.org/project/translate/">translate-python
      documentation</link> on how to prepare a separate <item type="fileitem">~/.python-translate.cfg</item>.
      </paragraph>
            </listitem>
         </list>
      </paragraph>

      <paragraph id="sect_d1e119" role="section" xml-lang="en">
         <paragraph id="hd_d1e121" role="heading" level="2" xml-lang="en">Operation flags</paragraph>
         <list id="terms_d1e124" xml-lang="en">
            <listitem id="item_d1e126" xml-lang="en">
               <emph>❏ quick linebreak handling</emph>
               <br/>
               <paragraph id="par_d1e131" role="paragraph" xml-lang="en">Might speed up table processing with Google Translate, as it avoids sending each newline-split sentence separately.
      It simply conjoins multiple lines temporarily with <item type="command">"/#§/"</item> in place of a
      linebreak (and then rejoins them), so there are less requests. Primarily helps with
      tables, but less for documents with lengthy paragraphs.</paragraph>
            </listitem>
            <listitem id="item_d1e138" xml-lang="en">
               <emph>❏ also iterate over TextFrames</emph>
               <br/>
               <paragraph id="par_d1e143" role="paragraph" xml-lang="en">Handles normal and floating TextFrames. Those are essentially subdocuments in a Writer page.
      But you probably don't need this option for standard office documents.</paragraph>
            </listitem>
            <listitem id="item_d1e147" xml-lang="en">
               <emph>❏ super slow mode</emph>
               <br/>
               <paragraph id="par_d1e152" role="paragraph" xml-lang="en">Iterates over paragraph segments, to keep more inline formatting - but seriously harms mid-sentence translations.
      And currently the formatting still bleeds into adjoining paragraph segments, so not very useful in practice yet.</paragraph>
            </listitem>
            <listitem id="item_d1e156" xml-lang="en">
               <emph>☑ debug mode</emph>
               <br/>
               <paragraph id="par_d1e161" role="paragraph" xml-lang="en">Will fill up the <item type="fileitem">/tmp/pagetranslate-libreoffice.txt</item> log file quicker.
      Currently the debug mode is enabled by default anyway.</paragraph>
            </listitem>
         </list>
      </paragraph>

   </body>
</helpdocument>

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== WARNING:root:NO TRANSLATION RESULT EXTRACTED

If this messsage shows up in the log, the google translate backend
(`pythonpath/translationbackends.py`) requires updating. Specifically the
regex in `rx_gtrans` for extracting the target string.
















== How to report a bug

[--
@link[seealso >>https://fossil.include-once.org/pagetranslate/] repository
--]
The project repository https://fossil.include-once.org/pagetranslate/
allows to file a bug report (no registration necessary).

 * The log file MUST be included,
 * together with a sample document (as link),
 * as well as the OpenOffice version (Help → About → Copy)


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== WARNING:root:NO TRANSLATION RESULT EXTRACTED

If this messsage shows up in the log, the google translate backend
(`pythonpath/translationbackends.py`) requires updating. Specifically the
regex in `rx_gtrans` for extracting the target string.

== MyMemory: PLEASE SELECT TWO DISTINCT LANGUAGES

The langauge detection failed. You'll probably have to use the
Tools→PageTranslate→From➜To dialog to specify both input and target
language.

== MyMemory: INVALID EMAIL PROVIDED

Add an email address (Tools→Options→Language→PageTranslate) for MyMemory.

== MyMemory: 'AUTO' IS AN INVALID SOURCE LANGUAGE.

This error shouldn't really happen anymore, as the default fallback
for MyMemory is 'en' and not 'auto'.

== How to report a bug

[--
@link[seealso >>https://fossil.include-once.org/pagetranslate/] repository
--]
The project repository https://fossil.include-once.org/pagetranslate/
allows to file a bug report (no registration necessary).

 * The log file MUST be included,
 * together with a sample document (as link),
 * as well as the OpenOffice version (Help → About → Copy)
 * latest or development version has been tested.

Insufficient submissions are unlikely to spark developer interest.

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      <topic id="topic_d1e1" indexer="include" status="PUBLISH">
         <title xml-lang="en" id="title_d1e1">Errors</title>
         <filename>/help/vnd.include-once.pagetranslate/errors.xhp</filename>
      </topic>
      <history>
         <created date="2020-02-02T22:22:22"/>
         <lastedited date="2021-02-07T14:30:20.342+01:00"/>
      </history>
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   <body>
      <link href="vnd.include-once.pagetranslate/index.xhp"/>
      <paragraph id="hd_d1e8" role="heading" level="1" xml-lang="en">Errors</paragraph>
      <paragraph id="par_d1e11" role="paragraph" xml-lang="en">Error messages will largely show up as long-winded popups with Python
 exceptions. Where the text usually starts with "Traceback" and then
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         <paragraph id="hd_d1e96" role="heading" level="2" xml-lang="en">WARNING:root:NO TRANSLATION RESULT EXTRACTED</paragraph>
         <paragraph id="par_d1e99" role="paragraph" xml-lang="en">If this messsage shows up in the log, the google translate backend
  (`pythonpath/translationbackends.py`) requires updating. Specifically the
  regex in `rx_gtrans` for extracting the target string.</paragraph>
      </paragraph>
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         <paragraph id="hd_d1e105" role="heading" level="2" xml-lang="en">How to report a bug</paragraph>
         <paragraph id="par_d1e108" role="paragraph" xml-lang="en">The project repository https://fossil.include-once.org/pagetranslate/
  allows to file a bug report (no registration necessary).</paragraph>
         <list id="list_d1e111" xml-lang="en">
            <listitem id="item_d1e113" xml-lang="en">
               <paragraph id="par_d1e115" role="paragraph" xml-lang="en">The log file MUST be included,</paragraph>
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            <listitem id="item_d1e119" xml-lang="en">
               <paragraph id="par_d1e121" role="paragraph" xml-lang="en">together with a sample document (as link),</paragraph>
            </listitem>
            <listitem id="item_d1e125" xml-lang="en">
               <paragraph id="par_d1e127" role="paragraph" xml-lang="en">as well as the OpenOffice version (Help → About → Copy)</paragraph>
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      </topic>
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         <created date="2020-02-02T22:22:22"/>
         <lastedited date="2021-02-08T18:32:09.702+01:00"/>
      </history>
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   <body>
      <link href="vnd.include-once.pagetranslate/index.xhp"/>
      <paragraph id="hd_d1e8" role="heading" level="1" xml-lang="en">Errors</paragraph>
      <paragraph id="par_d1e11" role="paragraph" xml-lang="en">Error messages will largely show up as long-winded popups with Python
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         <paragraph id="hd_d1e96" role="heading" level="2" xml-lang="en">WARNING:root:NO TRANSLATION RESULT EXTRACTED</paragraph>
         <paragraph id="par_d1e99" role="paragraph" xml-lang="en">If this messsage shows up in the log, the google translate backend
  (`pythonpath/translationbackends.py`) requires updating. Specifically the
  regex in `rx_gtrans` for extracting the target string.</paragraph>
      </paragraph>
      <paragraph id="sect_d1e103" role="section" xml-lang="en">
         <paragraph id="hd_d1e105" role="heading" level="2" xml-lang="en">MyMemory: PLEASE SELECT TWO DISTINCT LANGUAGES</paragraph>
         <paragraph id="par_d1e108" role="paragraph" xml-lang="en">The langauge detection failed. You'll probably have to use the
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         <paragraph id="par_d1e126" role="paragraph" xml-lang="en">This error shouldn't really happen anymore, as the default fallback
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         <paragraph id="hd_d1e132" role="heading" level="2" xml-lang="en">How to report a bug</paragraph>
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               <paragraph id="par_d1e154" role="paragraph" xml-lang="en">as well as the OpenOffice version (Help → About → Copy)</paragraph>
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It's sort of feature complete for the intended purposes. But shouldn't be considered stable or finished. However, there's unlikely to be enough user interest for more releases.

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  @title Link https://fossil.include-once.org/pagetranslate/

It's sort of feature complete for the intended purposes. But shouldn't be considered stable or finished. However, there's unlikely to be enough user interest for more releases.

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