Simple example of using
intl.fidl) for conveying internationalization properties to services. The wisdom server integrates with
fuchsia.intl.Profile to serve a client query to represent a date-time point in several different calendars.
If these components are not present in your build, they can be added by appending
--with //examples to your
fx set command. For example:
$ fx set core.x64 --with //examples --with //examples:tests $ fx build
If you do not already have one running, start a package server so the example components can be resolved from your device:
$ fx serve
To run the one of the examples defined here, provide the full component URL to
run to create the component instances inside a restricted realm for development purposes:
$ ffx component run 'fuchsia-pkg://fuchsia.com/intl_wisdom#meta/intl_wisdom_realm.cm'
$ ffx component run 'fuchsia-pkg://fuchsia.com/intl_wisdom_rust#meta/intl_wisdom_realm.cm'
This creates the client and server instances, routing the necessary capabilities. To start the wisdom client, use the following command:
$ ffx component start /core/ffx-laboratory:intl_wisdom_realm/wisdom_client
This starts the server component automatically. You can see the client output using
To run the test components defined here, provide the build target to
$ fx test //examples/intl/wisdom
You can optionally specify the following using
program arguments in the client manifest.
args: [ "--timestamp=2018-11-01T12:34:56Z", "--timezone=America/Los_Angeles" ]
Timestamp in ISO-8601 format, to be used in generating bits of wisdom.
Timezone that will be set in the
Profile, by using an IANA Time Zone ID.