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I cannot find any good examples on how to make a module configuration translatable. Could someone give me a starter example to build off with?

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  • You should definitely read this tutorial: hojtsy.hu/blog/2014-may-26/… . It's part of a series of tutorials for multilingual Drupal 8 development by the same author. Highly recommended.
    – CamilB
    Jul 9, 2017 at 9:36

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In config there are only few field types that are translatable by default text, label and i think date_format(you can check the schema types to see which field types exactly are translatable by default). You can also make any value translatable by adding the translatable: true flag to the field. Now, copy your config/install directory into config/install/language/LANGCODE and edit each one of those config files and keep only the translatable fields..and translate those :)

If you want to provide translations for you module so t() function will pick them up, that is a bit strange in D8 compared to D7 but to put it simply you have to edit your module's info file and put in the following lines:

'interface translation project': yourprojectname
'interface translation server pattern': relativepathtotranslationsdirectory/%project-%version.%language.po
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  • Shouldn't the translation folder be config/install/language/LANGCODE instead?
    – CamilB
    Jul 8, 2017 at 10:34
  • You are correct, I have updated my answer.
    – user21641
    Jul 9, 2017 at 6:15

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