|Reported by:||Riccardo Di Virgilio||Owned by:||nobody|
|Has patch:||no||Needs documentation:||no|
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I have found several codes on internet that creates a table that is able
to translate in the current language.
I have made a very short and powerful code to do this.
you can declare a CharField in the usal way you declare a CharField in
Django, but it creates a column inside the database for every language
that he founds inside the settings
it also create a method that returns the right field for the current
it orders the models inside the Django Admin if you set inside the
modelAdmin list_display = 'name',