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Re: xgettext with UI files support
Le 17/06/15 23:39, Richard PALO a écrit :
> Le 17/06/15 17:42, Ryo ONODERA a écrit :
>> From: Richard PALO <richard%netbsd.org@localhost>, Date: Tue, 16 Jun 2015 12:13:34 +0200
>>> Le 15/06/15 17:00, Ryo ONODERA a écrit :
>>> It looks like there are plenty of us working on gettext lately!
>>> Perhaps this should be all overhauled, as there is another issue that needs addressing
>>> namely the fact that configure scripts frequently look for the g' prefixed flavours of
>>> the programs as well (in order to avoid a mix of pkgsrc and native gettext being used as
>>> currently is frequently the case, for example, on SunOS).
>>> The easy part is converting gettext-tools to do like GNU binutils or diffutils and
>>> put the g' flavour in bin with symlinks in $PKGGNUDIR/bin, but the TOOLS also need to do the right thing.
>>> Can we do this a bit more formalistic?
>> Could you provide me any hint about what problem is fixed with g-prefix?
>> Thank you.
>>> Richard PALO
> most solaris platforms traditionally have *at least* native gettext, msgfmt, and xgettext
> in /usr/gnu/bin and g-prefixed binaries in /usr/bin.
> The problem to be fixed is when pkgsrc gettext-tools should be used, but
> with the g-prefix, GNU configure can pick up native for those *and then*
> pkgsrc gettext for the rest.
> For a example, take a look at databases/gnome-mime-data wrt gmsgfmt.
FWIW, my work-in-progress is :
gettext.mk.patch doesn't [yet] add any other frequently used
gettext tools but now does the alias for pkgsrc g-prefix tools.
gettext-tools.diff has some test specific things (gt_cv_locale_fr and asprintf)
and uses pkgsrc libxml2 instead of the included one, but now does the PKGGNUDIR thing.
Hopefully there is interest in something along these lines after the
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