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Merge pull request #1109 from DisasterMo/crowdin-sync

Add automatic Crowdin synchronization
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# Prepare source texts & upload them to Crowdin
name: Crowdin Source Texts Upload
# on change to the English texts
on:
push:
branches:
- master
paths:
- 'core/libretro/libretro_core_options.h'
jobs:
upload_source_file:
runs-on: ubuntu-latest
steps:
- name: Setup Java JDK
uses: actions/setup-java@v1
with:
java-version: 1.8
- name: Setup Python
uses: actions/setup-python@v2
- name: Checkout
uses: actions/checkout@v2
- name: Upload Source
shell: bash
env:
CROWDIN_API_KEY: ${{ secrets.CROWDIN_API_KEY }}
run: |
python3 intl/download_workflow.py $CROWDIN_API_KEY "flycast" "core/libretro/libretro_core_options.h"
# Download translations form Crowdin & Recreate libretro_core_options_intl.h
name: Crowdin Translation Integration
on:
schedule:
# please choose a random time to avoid all repos synching at the same time
- cron: '35 19 * * *' # 11:35 AM, UTC
jobs:
create_intl_file:
runs-on: ubuntu-latest
steps:
- name: Setup Java JDK
uses: actions/setup-java@v1
with:
java-version: 1.8
- name: Setup Python
uses: actions/setup-python@v2
- name: Checkout
uses: actions/checkout@v2
with:
persist-credentials: false # otherwise, the token used is the GITHUB_TOKEN, instead of your personal access token.
fetch-depth: 0 # otherwise, there would be errors pushing refs to the destination repository.
- name: Create intl file
shell: bash
env:
CROWDIN_API_KEY: ${{ secrets.CROWDIN_API_KEY }}
run: |
python3 intl/download_workflow.py $CROWDIN_API_KEY "flycast" "core/libretro/libretro_core_options_intl.h"
- name: Commit files
run: |
git config --local user.email "github-actions@github.com"
git config --local user.name "github-actions[bot]"
git add intl/download_workflow.py "core/libretro/libretro_core_options_intl.h"
git commit -m "Fetch translations & Recreate libretro_core_options_intl.h"
- name: GitHub Push
uses: ad-m/github-push-action@v0.6.0
with:
github_token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
branch: ${{ github.ref }}
/* Copyright (C) 2010-2018 The RetroArch team
/* Copyright (C) 2010-2020 The RetroArch team
*
* ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* The following license statement only applies to this libretro API header (libretro.h).
......@@ -278,6 +278,11 @@ enum retro_language
RETRO_LANGUAGE_ARABIC = 16,
RETRO_LANGUAGE_GREEK = 17,
RETRO_LANGUAGE_TURKISH = 18,
RETRO_LANGUAGE_SLOVAK = 19,
RETRO_LANGUAGE_PERSIAN = 20,
RETRO_LANGUAGE_HEBREW = 21,
RETRO_LANGUAGE_ASTURIAN = 22,
RETRO_LANGUAGE_FINNISH = 23,
RETRO_LANGUAGE_LAST,
/* Ensure sizeof(enum) == sizeof(int) */
......@@ -708,6 +713,9 @@ enum retro_mod
* state of rumble motors in controllers.
* A strong and weak motor is supported, and they can be
* controlled indepedently.
* Should be called from either retro_init() or retro_load_game().
* Should not be called from retro_set_environment().
* Returns false if rumble functionality is unavailable.
*/
#define RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_GET_INPUT_DEVICE_CAPABILITIES 24
/* uint64_t * --
......@@ -1087,10 +1095,10 @@ enum retro_mod
#define RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_GET_TARGET_REFRESH_RATE (50 | RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_EXPERIMENTAL)
/* float * --
* Float value that lets us know what target refresh rate
* Float value that lets us know what target refresh rate
* is curently in use by the frontend.
*
* The core can use the returned value to set an ideal
* The core can use the returned value to set an ideal
* refresh rate/framerate.
*/
......@@ -1098,7 +1106,7 @@ enum retro_mod
/* bool * --
* Boolean value that indicates whether or not the frontend supports
* input bitmasks being returned by retro_input_state_t. The advantage
* of this is that retro_input_state_t has to be only called once to
* of this is that retro_input_state_t has to be only called once to
* grab all button states instead of multiple times.
*
* If it returns true, you can pass RETRO_DEVICE_ID_JOYPAD_MASK as 'id'
......@@ -1123,6 +1131,13 @@ enum retro_mod
* retro_core_option_definition structs to RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_CORE_OPTIONS_INTL.
* This allows the core to additionally set option sublabel information
* and/or provide localisation support.
*
* If version is >= 2, core options may instead be set by passing
* a retro_core_options_v2 struct to RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_CORE_OPTIONS_V2,
* or an array of retro_core_options_v2 structs to
* RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_CORE_OPTIONS_V2_INTL. This allows the core
* to additionally set optional core option category information
* for frontends with core option category support.
*/
#define RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_CORE_OPTIONS 53
......@@ -1164,7 +1179,7 @@ enum retro_mod
* default value is NULL, the first entry in the
* retro_core_option_definition::values array is treated as the default.
*
* The number of possible options should be very limited,
* The number of possible option values should be very limited,
* and must be less than RETRO_NUM_CORE_OPTION_VALUES_MAX.
* i.e. it should be feasible to cycle through options
* without a keyboard.
......@@ -1197,6 +1212,7 @@ enum retro_mod
* This should only be called if RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_GET_CORE_OPTIONS_VERSION
* returns an API version of >= 1.
* This should be called instead of RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_VARIABLES.
* This should be called instead of RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_CORE_OPTIONS.
* This should be called the first time as early as
* possible (ideally in retro_set_environment).
* Afterwards it may be called again for the core to communicate
......@@ -1287,6 +1303,456 @@ enum retro_mod
* based systems).
*/
#define RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_GET_MESSAGE_INTERFACE_VERSION 59
/* unsigned * --
* Unsigned value is the API version number of the message
* interface supported by the frontend. If callback returns
* false, API version is assumed to be 0.
*
* In legacy code, messages may be displayed in an
* implementation-specific manner by passing a struct
* of type retro_message to RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_MESSAGE.
* This may be still be done regardless of the message
* interface version.
*
* If version is >= 1 however, messages may instead be
* displayed by passing a struct of type retro_message_ext
* to RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_MESSAGE_EXT. This allows the
* core to specify message logging level, priority and
* destination (OSD, logging interface or both).
*/
#define RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_MESSAGE_EXT 60
/* const struct retro_message_ext * --
* Sets a message to be displayed in an implementation-specific
* manner for a certain amount of 'frames'. Additionally allows
* the core to specify message logging level, priority and
* destination (OSD, logging interface or both).
* Should not be used for trivial messages, which should simply be
* logged via RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_GET_LOG_INTERFACE (or as a
* fallback, stderr).
*/
#define RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_GET_INPUT_MAX_USERS 61
/* unsigned * --
* Unsigned value is the number of active input devices
* provided by the frontend. This may change between
* frames, but will remain constant for the duration
* of each frame.
* If callback returns true, a core need not poll any
* input device with an index greater than or equal to
* the number of active devices.
* If callback returns false, the number of active input
* devices is unknown. In this case, all input devices
* should be considered active.
*/
#define RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_AUDIO_BUFFER_STATUS_CALLBACK 62
/* const struct retro_audio_buffer_status_callback * --
* Lets the core know the occupancy level of the frontend
* audio buffer. Can be used by a core to attempt frame
* skipping in order to avoid buffer under-runs.
* A core may pass NULL to disable buffer status reporting
* in the frontend.
*/
#define RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_MINIMUM_AUDIO_LATENCY 63
/* const unsigned * --
* Sets minimum frontend audio latency in milliseconds.
* Resultant audio latency may be larger than set value,
* or smaller if a hardware limit is encountered. A frontend
* is expected to honour requests up to 512 ms.
*
* - If value is less than current frontend
* audio latency, callback has no effect
* - If value is zero, default frontend audio
* latency is set
*
* May be used by a core to increase audio latency and
* therefore decrease the probability of buffer under-runs
* (crackling) when performing 'intensive' operations.
* A core utilising RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_AUDIO_BUFFER_STATUS_CALLBACK
* to implement audio-buffer-based frame skipping may achieve
* optimal results by setting the audio latency to a 'high'
* (typically 6x or 8x) integer multiple of the expected
* frame time.
*
* WARNING: This can only be called from within retro_run().
* Calling this can require a full reinitialization of audio
* drivers in the frontend, so it is important to call it very
* sparingly, and usually only with the users explicit consent.
* An eventual driver reinitialize will happen so that audio
* callbacks happening after this call within the same retro_run()
* call will target the newly initialized driver.
*/
#define RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_FASTFORWARDING_OVERRIDE 64
/* const struct retro_fastforwarding_override * --
* Used by a libretro core to override the current
* fastforwarding mode of the frontend.
* If NULL is passed to this function, the frontend
* will return true if fastforwarding override
* functionality is supported (no change in
* fastforwarding state will occur in this case).
*/
#define RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_CONTENT_INFO_OVERRIDE 65
/* const struct retro_system_content_info_override * --
* Allows an implementation to override 'global' content
* info parameters reported by retro_get_system_info().
* Overrides also affect subsystem content info parameters
* set via RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_SUBSYSTEM_INFO.
* This function must be called inside retro_set_environment().
* If callback returns false, content info overrides
* are unsupported by the frontend, and will be ignored.
* If callback returns true, extended game info may be
* retrieved by calling RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_GET_GAME_INFO_EXT
* in retro_load_game() or retro_load_game_special().
*
* 'data' points to an array of retro_system_content_info_override
* structs terminated by a { NULL, false, false } element.
* If 'data' is NULL, no changes will be made to the frontend;
* a core may therefore pass NULL in order to test whether
* the RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_CONTENT_INFO_OVERRIDE and
* RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_GET_GAME_INFO_EXT callbacks are supported
* by the frontend.
*
* For struct member descriptions, see the definition of
* struct retro_system_content_info_override.
*
* Example:
*
* - struct retro_system_info:
* {
* "My Core", // library_name
* "v1.0", // library_version
* "m3u|md|cue|iso|chd|sms|gg|sg", // valid_extensions
* true, // need_fullpath
* false // block_extract
* }
*
* - Array of struct retro_system_content_info_override:
* {
* {
* "md|sms|gg", // extensions
* false, // need_fullpath
* true // persistent_data
* },
* {
* "sg", // extensions
* false, // need_fullpath
* false // persistent_data
* },
* { NULL, false, false }
* }
*
* Result:
* - Files of type m3u, cue, iso, chd will not be
* loaded by the frontend. Frontend will pass a
* valid path to the core, and core will handle
* loading internally
* - Files of type md, sms, gg will be loaded by
* the frontend. A valid memory buffer will be
* passed to the core. This memory buffer will
* remain valid until retro_deinit() returns
* - Files of type sg will be loaded by the frontend.
* A valid memory buffer will be passed to the core.
* This memory buffer will remain valid until
* retro_load_game() (or retro_load_game_special())
* returns
*
* NOTE: If an extension is listed multiple times in
* an array of retro_system_content_info_override
* structs, only the first instance will be registered
*/
#define RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_GET_GAME_INFO_EXT 66
/* const struct retro_game_info_ext ** --
* Allows an implementation to fetch extended game
* information, providing additional content path
* and memory buffer status details.
* This function may only be called inside
* retro_load_game() or retro_load_game_special().
* If callback returns false, extended game information
* is unsupported by the frontend. In this case, only
* regular retro_game_info will be available.
* RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_GET_GAME_INFO_EXT is guaranteed
* to return true if RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_CONTENT_INFO_OVERRIDE
* returns true.
*
* 'data' points to an array of retro_game_info_ext structs.
*
* For struct member descriptions, see the definition of
* struct retro_game_info_ext.
*
* - If function is called inside retro_load_game(),
* the retro_game_info_ext array is guaranteed to
* have a size of 1 - i.e. the returned pointer may
* be used to access directly the members of the
* first retro_game_info_ext struct, for example:
*
* struct retro_game_info_ext *game_info_ext;
* if (environ_cb(RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_GET_GAME_INFO_EXT, &game_info_ext))
* printf("Content Directory: %s\n", game_info_ext->dir);
*
* - If the function is called inside retro_load_game_special(),
* the retro_game_info_ext array is guaranteed to have a
* size equal to the num_info argument passed to
* retro_load_game_special()
*/
#define RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_CORE_OPTIONS_V2 67
/* const struct retro_core_options_v2 * --
* Allows an implementation to signal the environment
* which variables it might want to check for later using
* GET_VARIABLE.
* This allows the frontend to present these variables to
* a user dynamically.
* This should only be called if RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_GET_CORE_OPTIONS_VERSION
* returns an API version of >= 2.
* This should be called instead of RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_VARIABLES.
* This should be called instead of RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_CORE_OPTIONS.
* This should be called the first time as early as
* possible (ideally in retro_set_environment).
* Afterwards it may be called again for the core to communicate
* updated options to the frontend, but the number of core
* options must not change from the number in the initial call.
* If RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_GET_CORE_OPTIONS_VERSION returns an API
* version of >= 2, this callback is guaranteed to succeed
* (i.e. callback return value does not indicate success)
* If callback returns true, frontend has core option category
* support.
* If callback returns false, frontend does not have core option
* category support.
*
* 'data' points to a retro_core_options_v2 struct, containing
* of two pointers:
* - retro_core_options_v2::categories is an array of
* retro_core_option_v2_category structs terminated by a
* { NULL, NULL, NULL } element. If retro_core_options_v2::categories
* is NULL, all core options will have no category and will be shown
* at the top level of the frontend core option interface. If frontend
* does not have core option category support, categories array will
* be ignored.
* - retro_core_options_v2::definitions is an array of
* retro_core_option_v2_definition structs terminated by a
* { NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, {{0}}, NULL }
* element.
*
* >> retro_core_option_v2_category notes:
*
* - retro_core_option_v2_category::key should contain string
* that uniquely identifies the core option category. Valid
* key characters are [a-z, A-Z, 0-9, _, -]
* Namespace collisions with other implementations' category
* keys are permitted.
* - retro_core_option_v2_category::desc should contain a human
* readable description of the category key.
* - retro_core_option_v2_category::info should contain any
* additional human readable information text that a typical
* user may need to understand the nature of the core option
* category.
*
* Example entry:
* {
* "advanced_settings",
* "Advanced",
* "Options affecting low-level emulation performance and accuracy."
* }
*
* >> retro_core_option_v2_definition notes:
*
* - retro_core_option_v2_definition::key should be namespaced to not
* collide with other implementations' keys. e.g. A core called
* 'foo' should use keys named as 'foo_option'. Valid key characters
* are [a-z, A-Z, 0-9, _, -].
* - retro_core_option_v2_definition::desc should contain a human readable
* description of the key. Will be used when the frontend does not
* have core option category support. Examples: "Aspect Ratio" or
* "Video > Aspect Ratio".
* - retro_core_option_v2_definition::desc_categorized should contain a
* human readable description of the key, which will be used when
* frontend has core option category support. Example: "Aspect Ratio",
* where associated retro_core_option_v2_category::desc is "Video".
* If empty or NULL, the string specified by
* retro_core_option_v2_definition::desc will be used instead.
* retro_core_option_v2_definition::desc_categorized will be ignored
* if retro_core_option_v2_definition::category_key is empty or NULL.
* - retro_core_option_v2_definition::info should contain any additional
* human readable information text that a typical user may need to
* understand the functionality of the option.
* - retro_core_option_v2_definition::info_categorized should contain
* any additional human readable information text that a typical user
* may need to understand the functionality of the option, and will be
* used when frontend has core option category support. This is provided
* to accommodate the case where info text references an option by
* name/desc, and the desc/desc_categorized text for that option differ.
* If empty or NULL, the string specified by
* retro_core_option_v2_definition::info will be used instead.
* retro_core_option_v2_definition::info_categorized will be ignored
* if retro_core_option_v2_definition::category_key is empty or NULL.
* - retro_core_option_v2_definition::category_key should contain a
* category identifier (e.g. "video" or "audio") that will be
* assigned to the core option if frontend has core option category
* support. A categorized option will be shown in a subsection/
* submenu of the frontend core option interface. If key is empty
* or NULL, or if key does not match one of the
* retro_core_option_v2_category::key values in the associated
* retro_core_option_v2_category array, option will have no category
* and will be shown at the top level of the frontend core option
* interface.
* - retro_core_option_v2_definition::values is an array of
* retro_core_option_value structs terminated by a { NULL, NULL }
* element.
* --> retro_core_option_v2_definition::values[index].value is an
* expected option value.
* --> retro_core_option_v2_definition::values[index].label is a
* human readable label used when displaying the value on screen.
* If NULL, the value itself is used.
* - retro_core_option_v2_definition::default_value is the default
* core option setting. It must match one of the expected option
* values in the retro_core_option_v2_definition::values array. If
* it does not, or the default value is NULL, the first entry in the
* retro_core_option_v2_definition::values array is treated as the
* default.
*
* The number of possible option values should be very limited,
* and must be less than RETRO_NUM_CORE_OPTION_VALUES_MAX.
* i.e. it should be feasible to cycle through options
* without a keyboard.
*
* Example entries:
*
* - Uncategorized:
*
* {
* "foo_option",
* "Speed hack coprocessor X",
* NULL,
* "Provides increased performance at the expense of reduced accuracy.",
* NULL,
* NULL,
* {
* { "false", NULL },
* { "true", NULL },
* { "unstable", "Turbo (Unstable)" },
* { NULL, NULL },
* },
* "false"
* }
*
* - Categorized:
*
* {
* "foo_option",
* "Advanced > Speed hack coprocessor X",
* "Speed hack coprocessor X",
* "Setting 'Advanced > Speed hack coprocessor X' to 'true' or 'Turbo' provides increased performance at the expense of reduced accuracy",
* "Setting 'Speed hack coprocessor X' to 'true' or 'Turbo' provides increased performance at the expense of reduced accuracy",
* "advanced_settings",
* {
* { "false", NULL },
* { "true", NULL },
* { "unstable", "Turbo (Unstable)" },
* { NULL, NULL },
* },
* "false"
* }
*
* Only strings are operated on. The possible values will
* generally be displayed and stored as-is by the frontend.
*/
#define RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_CORE_OPTIONS_V2_INTL 68
/* const struct retro_core_options_v2_intl * --
* Allows an implementation to signal the environment
* which variables it might want to check for later using
* GET_VARIABLE.
* This allows the frontend to present these variables to
* a user dynamically.
* This should only be called if RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_GET_CORE_OPTIONS_VERSION
* returns an API version of >= 2.
* This should be called instead of RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_VARIABLES.
* This should be called instead of RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_CORE_OPTIONS.
* This should be called instead of RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_CORE_OPTIONS_INTL.
* This should be called instead of RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_CORE_OPTIONS_V2.
* This should be called the first time as early as
* possible (ideally in retro_set_environment).
* Afterwards it may be called again for the core to communicate
* updated options to the frontend, but the number of core
* options must not change from the number in the initial call.
* If RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_GET_CORE_OPTIONS_VERSION returns an API
* version of >= 2, this callback is guaranteed to succeed
* (i.e. callback return value does not indicate success)
* If callback returns true, frontend has core option category
* support.
* If callback returns false, frontend does not have core option
* category support.
*
* This is fundamentally the same as RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_CORE_OPTIONS_V2,
* with the addition of localisation support. The description of the
* RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_CORE_OPTIONS_V2 callback should be consulted
* for further details.
*
* 'data' points to a retro_core_options_v2_intl struct.
*
* - retro_core_options_v2_intl::us is a pointer to a
* retro_core_options_v2 struct defining the US English
* core options implementation. It must point to a valid struct.
*
* - retro_core_options_v2_intl::local is a pointer to a
* retro_core_options_v2 struct defining core options for
* the current frontend language. It may be NULL (in which case
* retro_core_options_v2_intl::us is used by the frontend). Any items
* missing from this struct will be read from
* retro_core_options_v2_intl::us instead.
*
* NOTE: Default core option values are always taken from the
* retro_core_options_v2_intl::us struct. Any default values in
* the retro_core_options_v2_intl::local struct will be ignored.
*/
#define RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_CORE_OPTIONS_UPDATE_DISPLAY_CALLBACK 69
/* const struct retro_core_options_update_display_callback * --
* Allows a frontend to signal that a core must update
* the visibility of any dynamically hidden core options,
* and enables the frontend to detect visibility changes.
* Used by the frontend to update the menu display status
* of core options without requiring a call of retro_run().
* Must be called in retro_set_environment().
*/
#define RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_VARIABLE 70
/* const struct retro_variable * --
* Allows an implementation to notify the frontend
* that a core option value has changed.
*
* retro_variable::key and retro_variable::value
* must match strings that have been set previously
* via one of the following:
*
* - RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_VARIABLES
* - RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_CORE_OPTIONS
* - RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_CORE_OPTIONS_INTL
* - RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_CORE_OPTIONS_V2
* - RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_SET_CORE_OPTIONS_V2_INTL
*
* After changing a core option value via this
* callback, RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_GET_VARIABLE_UPDATE
* will return true.
*
* If data is NULL, no changes will be registered
* and the callback will return true; an
* implementation may therefore pass NULL in order
* to test whether the callback is supported.
*/
#define RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_GET_THROTTLE_STATE (71 | RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_EXPERIMENTAL)
/* struct retro_throttle_state * --
* Allows an implementation to get details on the actual rate
* the frontend is attempting to call retro_run().