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Some (or all?) of the configuration entities in the installation process are created as being unknown language (langcode und), although the text used to create them (image style label, menu title and description) are English. These default created configuration entities should be created with langcode 'en'. (It is not an issue if English is not actually a configured language on the site).
Config entities created in the install process, such as the Tags taxonomy vocabulary specify this properly as in:
$vocabulary = entity_create('taxonomy_vocabulary', array( 'name' => st('Tags'), 'description' => $description, 'vid' => 'tags', 'langcode' => language_default()->langcode, 'help' => $help, )); taxonomy_vocabulary_save($vocabulary);
Although the language system defaults to 'en' when there is no language code on a config object, for config entities, the entity system defaults to 'und' (since it cannot really know even if 'en' is available on the site), so when the config is saved for some reason, a missing langcode turns into a 'und' langcode, and that disrupts our assumptions.
- Check out http://drupal.org/project/config_translation
- Go to Admin > Config > Configuration translation
- See how config entities will show up as "Uknown language" while non-entity config will properly default to English
PASSED: [[SimpleTest]]: [MySQL] 52,431 pass(es). View
PASSED: [[SimpleTest]]: [MySQL] 52,556 pass(es). View
|#3||default-config-langcode-en-3.patch||8.99 KB||Gábor Hojtsy|
FAILED: [[SimpleTest]]: [MySQL] 52,549 pass(es), 1 fail(s), and 0 exception(s). View