crowdin-cli

NodeJS client for Crowdin

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crowdin-cli
Node.js CLI tool for the CrowdIn

Downloading content

Download the translated content for the project. You could download specific language, or download all languages. Use command below to download all translated content for the project configured in the ./crowdin.yaml file. Content will be saved in the all.zip
crowdin-cli download
Use -o parameter to change output file for the downloaded content.
crowdin-cli download -o project_all.zip
Use -l parameter to download only selected language. Download only Russian language and save it to ru.zip.
crowdin-cli download -l ru
You could use -o and -l together.
crowdin-cli download -l ru -o project_ru.zip

Exporting content

Crowdin cache translated content which could be downloaded. To be able to access the latest translation you have to export translation. After that all subsequent copy for downloading will use same exported copy. Use command below to export content for the project configured in the ./crowdin.yaml file.
crowdin-cli export

Downloading glossary

You could download glossary which you create inside your CrowdIn project as a TBX file. Use command to save glossary as projectname.tbx file. Where the projectname is name of the project in the crowdin.yaml.
crowdin-cli downloadGlossary
Use command below to save glossary as technical.tbx
crowdin-cli downloadGlossary -o technical.tbx

Uploading glossary

You could upload your existing glossary, stored in TBX file, to use inside your CrowdIn project. Use command to upload glossary in projectname.tbx file. Where the projectname is name of the project in the crowdin.yaml.
crowdin-cli uploadGlossary
Use command below to upload glossary stored in technical.tbx
crowdin-cli uploadGlossary -s technical.tbx

Downloading translation memory

You could download translation memory which you create inside your CrowdIn project as a TBX file. Use command to save glossary as projectname.tmx file. Where the projectname is name of the project in the crowdin.yaml.
crowdin-cli downloadTM
Use command below to save glossary as technical.tmx
crowdin-cli downloadTM -o technical.tmx

Uploading translation memory

You could upload your existing translation memory files, stored in TMX file, to use inside your CrowdIn project. Use command to upload glossary in projectname.tmx file. Where the projectname is name of the project in the crowdin.yaml.
crowdin-cli uploadTM
Use command below to upload glossary stored in technical.tmx
crowdin-cli uploadTM -s technical.tmx