By default progress messages generated by transpdf.com are sent to the console / stdout by the Python wrapper. To change this behaviour and incorporate the messages into your own progress display, create a progress callback function.
Your progress function should take a single argument which will be a JSON structure describing the progress.
Install your callback by setting the member variable in your trans_pdf object:
trans_pdf.progress_display_fn = progress_fn
An example progress function:
print("%s: %d%%, %s remaining" % (data['msg'], data['value'], data['timeLeft']))
print("%s" % data['msg'])
The JSON structure in the data parameter will contain the following fields:
A brief description of the current phase of the overall task.
A measure of the amount the current task that has been done expressed as an integer percentage in the range 0 - 100
An estimate of the time remaining until the process is complete. This is in human readable form e.g. "5h 3m 22s"
This value is not always included in the JSON data.
True when a process is on-going. False once a process has finished.
An optional text description. For example upload_xliff2() returns the number of new and updated translations once complete.
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