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I have Drupal Commerce, and it sends confirmation emails after product is sold. In those emails are tokens. I have token [commerce-order:created] and I'm interested if is there any conveniant way to change a formatting of that date.

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If [commerce-order:created] is a date token, then you can use [commerce-order:created:custom:<the format you want to apply>], where <the format you want to apply> is the string format accepted by date().

Otherwise, the more generic way to alter tokens implemented by other modules is implementing hook_tokens_alter().

function mymodule_tokens_alter(&$replacements, $context) {
  $options = $context['options'];

  $sanitize = !empty($options['sanitize']);
  $langcode = !empty($options['language']->language) ? $options['language']->language : NULL;

  if ($context['type'] == 'commerce-order') {
    foreach ($context['tokens'] as $name => $original) {
      switch ($name) {
        case 'created':
          // Set a value for $sanitized and $new_value.
          $replacements[$original] = $sanitize ? $sanitized : $new_value;
      }
    }
  }
}

Notice that in my code:

  • $sanitized is the sanitized value to assign to the token, used only when $sanitize is TRUE
  • $new_value is the new value for the token, used to obtain the value of $sanitized
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You can do this with hook_tokens_alter

Alter replacement values for placeholder tokens.

Eg:

/**
* Implements hook_tokens_alter().
*/
function mymodule_tokens_alter(&$replacements,  $context){
  // May be you can do some more ifs to reduce the load :)
  if(isset($replacements['[commerce-order:created]'])){
    $replacements['[commerce-order:created]']  = check_plain('YOUR-CUSTOM-REPLACEMENT');
  }

}

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