- Extended by:
- Defined in:
Falls back to one or more alternative locales in case no value is defined for a given locale.
For fallbacks: true, Mobility will use an instance of
I18n::Locale::Fallbacks, but this can be configured by overriding
generate_fallbacks in the translations class.
If a hash is passed to the
fallbacks option, a new fallbacks instance will be created for the model with the hash defining additional fallbacks. To set a default value for this hash, pass this value to the plugin in your Mobility configuration.
In addition, fallbacks are disabled in certain situations. To explicitly disable fallbacks when reading and writing, you can pass the
fallback: false option to the reader method. This can be useful to determine the actual value of the translated attribute, including a possible
The other situation where fallbacks are disabled is when the locale is specified explicitly, either by passing a `locale` option to the accessor or by using locale or fallthrough accessors. (See example below.)
You can also pass a locale or array of locales to the
fallback option to use that locale or locales that read, e.g.
fallback: :fr would fetch the French translation if the value in the current locale was
fallback: [:fr, :es] would try French, then Spanish if the value in the current locale was
Defined Under Namespace
Methods included from
, , , , , , , ,