Multiline strings

Default: enabled

ttag provides reliable approach for working with multiline strings. For instance if we have this in our code:

import { t } from 'ttag';

function test(name) {
   return t`multi line string
      with multiple line breaks and
      with formatting ${name}`

By default the quoted phrase will contain all indentation before each line, and all those tabs will be inside the .po files and in a user content. To make things little bit easier, ttag removes all indentation before lines. So you will receive this in .po file:

#: src/multiline.js:7
msgid ""
"multi line string\n
"with multiple line breaks and\n
"with formatting"
msgstr ""

This behaviour can be changed with dedent configuration.

  dedent: false

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