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0 Notes on the Free Translation Project
1 *************************************
2
3 Free software is going international! The Free Translation Project
4 is a way to get maintainers of free software, translators, and users all
5 together, so that will gradually become able to speak many languages.
6 A few packages already provide translations for their messages.
0 1 Notes on the Free Translation Project
1 ***************************************
2
3 Free software is going international! The Free Translation Project is
4 a way to get maintainers of free software, translators, and users all
5 together, so that free software will gradually become able to speak many
6 languages. A few packages already provide translations for their
7 messages.
78
89 If you found this `ABOUT-NLS' file inside a distribution, you may
910 assume that the distributed package does use GNU `gettext' internally,
1415 Installers will find here some useful hints. These notes also
1516 explain how users should proceed for getting the programs to use the
1617 available translations. They tell how people wanting to contribute and
17 work at translations should contact the appropriate team.
18 work on translations can contact the appropriate team.
1819
1920 When reporting bugs in the `intl/' directory or bugs which may be
2021 related to internationalization, you should tell about the version of
2122 `gettext' which is used. The information can be found in the
2223 `intl/VERSION' file, in internationalized packages.
2324
24 Quick configuration advice
25 ==========================
26
27 If you want to exploit the full power of internationalization, you
25 1.1 Quick configuration advice
26 ==============================
27
28 If you want to exploit the full power of internationalization, you
2829 should configure it using
2930
3031 ./configure --with-included-gettext
4445 you have installed a recent copy of the GNU gettext package with the
4546 included `libintl'.
4647
47 INSTALL Matters
48 ===============
49
50 Some packages are "localizable" when properly installed; the
51 programs they contain can be made to speak your own native language.
52 Most such packages use GNU `gettext'. Other packages have their own
53 ways to internationalization, predating GNU `gettext'.
48 1.2 INSTALL Matters
49 ===================
50
51 Some packages are "localizable" when properly installed; the programs
52 they contain can be made to speak your own native language. Most such
53 packages use GNU `gettext'. Other packages have their own ways to
54 internationalization, predating GNU `gettext'.
5455
5556 By default, this package will be installed to allow translation of
5657 messages. It will automatically detect whether the system already
57 provides the GNU `gettext' functions. If not, the GNU `gettext' own
58 library will be used. This library is wholly contained within this
59 package, usually in the `intl/' subdirectory, so prior installation of
60 the GNU `gettext' package is _not_ required. Installers may use
61 special options at configuration time for changing the default
62 behaviour. The commands:
58 provides the GNU `gettext' functions. If not, the included GNU
59 `gettext' library will be used. This library is wholly contained
60 within this package, usually in the `intl/' subdirectory, so prior
61 installation of the GNU `gettext' package is _not_ required.
62 Installers may use special options at configuration time for changing
63 the default behaviour. The commands:
6364
6465 ./configure --with-included-gettext
6566 ./configure --disable-nls
6667
67 will respectively bypass any pre-existing `gettext' to use the
68 will, respectively, bypass any pre-existing `gettext' to use the
6869 internationalizing routines provided within this package, or else,
6970 _totally_ disable translation of messages.
7071
7172 When you already have GNU `gettext' installed on your system and run
7273 configure without an option for your new package, `configure' will
7374 probably detect the previously built and installed `libintl.a' file and
74 will decide to use this. This might be not what is desirable. You
75 should use the more recent version of the GNU `gettext' library. I.e.
76 if the file `intl/VERSION' shows that the library which comes with this
77 package is more recent, you should use
75 will decide to use this. This might not be desirable. You should use
76 the more recent version of the GNU `gettext' library. I.e. if the file
77 `intl/VERSION' shows that the library which comes with this package is
78 more recent, you should use
7879
7980 ./configure --with-included-gettext
8081
8586 emulation of `gettext' on top of `catgets' could not provide all the
8687 extensions of the GNU `gettext' library.
8788
88 Internationalized packages have usually many `po/LL.po' files, where
89 Internationalized packages usually have many `po/LL.po' files, where
8990 LL gives an ISO 639 two-letter code identifying the language. Unless
9091 translations have been forbidden at `configure' time by using the
9192 `--disable-nls' switch, all available translations are installed
9495 `LINGUAS' should then contain a space separated list of two-letter
9596 codes, stating which languages are allowed.
9697
97 Using This Package
98 ==================
99
100 As a user, if your language has been installed for this package, you
98 1.3 Using This Package
99 ======================
100
101 As a user, if your language has been installed for this package, you
101102 only have to set the `LANG' environment variable to the appropriate
102 `LL_CC' combination. Here `LL' is an ISO 639 two-letter language code,
103 and `CC' is an ISO 3166 two-letter country code. For example, let's
103 `LL_CC' combination. If you happen to have the `LC_ALL' or some other
104 `LC_xxx' environment variables set, you should unset them before
105 setting `LANG', otherwise the setting of `LANG' will not have the
106 desired effect. Here `LL' is an ISO 639 two-letter language code, and
107 `CC' is an ISO 3166 two-letter country code. For example, let's
104108 suppose that you speak German and live in Germany. At the shell
105109 prompt, merely execute `setenv LANG de_DE' (in `csh'),
106110 `export LANG; LANG=de_DE' (in `sh') or `export LANG=de_DE' (in `bash').
111115 But in fact, some languages have dialects in different countries. For
112116 example, `de_AT' is used for Austria, and `pt_BR' for Brazil. The
113117 country code serves to distinguish the dialects.
118
119 The locale naming convention of `LL_CC', with `LL' denoting the
120 language and `CC' denoting the country, is the one use on systems based
121 on GNU libc. On other systems, some variations of this scheme are
122 used, such as `LL' or `LL_CC.ENCODING'. You can get the list of
123 locales supported by your system for your language by running the
124 command `locale -a | grep '^LL''.
114125
115126 Not all programs have translations for all languages. By default, an
116127 English message is shown in place of a nonexistent translation. If you
123134 read translations in German than English for when Swedish is not
124135 available, set `LANGUAGE' to `sv:de' while leaving `LANG' to `sv_SE'.
125136
137 Special advice for Norwegian users: The language code for Norwegian
138 bokma*l changed from `no' to `nb' recently (in 2003). During the
139 transition period, while some message catalogs for this language are
140 installed under `nb' and some older ones under `no', it's recommended
141 for Norwegian users to set `LANGUAGE' to `nb:no' so that both newer and
142 older translations are used.
143
126144 In the `LANGUAGE' environment variable, but not in the `LANG'
127145 environment variable, `LL_CC' combinations can be abbreviated as `LL'
128146 to denote the language's main dialect. For example, `de' is equivalent
129147 to `de_DE' (German as spoken in Germany), and `pt' to `pt_PT'
130148 (Portuguese as spoken in Portugal) in this context.
131149
132 Translating Teams
133 =================
134
135 For the Free Translation Project to be a success, we need interested
150 1.4 Translating Teams
151 =====================
152
153 For the Free Translation Project to be a success, we need interested
136154 people who like their own language and write it well, and who are also
137155 able to synergize with other translators speaking the same language.
138156 Each translation team has its own mailing list. The up-to-date list of
139157 teams can be found at the Free Translation Project's homepage,
140 `http://www.iro.umontreal.ca/contrib/po/HTML/', in the "National teams"
141 area.
158 `http://translationproject.org/', in the "Teams" area.
142159
143160 If you'd like to volunteer to _work_ at translating messages, you
144161 should become a member of the translating team for your own language.
152169 _actively_ in translations, or at solving translational difficulties,
153170 rather than merely lurking around. If your team does not exist yet and
154171 you want to start one, or if you are unsure about what to do or how to
155 get started, please write to `translation@iro.umontreal.ca' to reach the
156 coordinator for all translator teams.
172 get started, please write to `coordinator@translationproject.org' to
173 reach the coordinator for all translator teams.
157174
158175 The English team is special. It works at improving and uniformizing
159 the terminology in use. Proven linguistic skill are praised more than
160 programming skill, here.
161
162 Available Packages
163 ==================
164
165 Languages are not equally supported in all packages. The following
166 matrix shows the current state of internationalization, as of September
167 2001. The matrix shows, in regard of each package, for which languages
176 the terminology in use. Proven linguistic skills are praised more than
177 programming skills, here.
178
179 1.5 Available Packages
180 ======================
181
182 Languages are not equally supported in all packages. The following
183 matrix shows the current state of internationalization, as of November
184 2007. The matrix shows, in regard of each package, for which languages
168185 PO files have been submitted to translation coordination, with a
169186 translation percentage of at least 50%.
170187
171 Ready PO files bg cs da de el en eo es et fi fr gl he hr id it ja
172 +----------------------------------------------------+
173 a2ps | [] [] [] |
174 bash | [] [] [] [] |
175 bfd | |
176 binutils | [] |
177 bison | [] [] [] [] [] |
178 clisp | [] [] [] [] |
179 cpio | [] [] [] [] [] |
180 diffutils | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
181 enscript | [] [] |
182 error | [] [] |
183 fetchmail | |
184 fileutils | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
185 findutils | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
186 flex | [] [] [] |
187 freetype | |
188 gas | |
189 gawk | [] [] |
190 gcal | |
191 gcc | |
192 gettext | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
193 gnupg | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
194 gprof | |
195 grep | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
196 hello | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
197 id-utils | [] [] [] |
198 indent | [] [] [] [] [] |
199 jpilot | [] |
200 kbd | |
201 ld | [] |
202 libc | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
203 lilypond | [] |
204 lynx | [] [] [] [] |
205 m4 | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
206 make | [] [] [] [] [] [] |
207 mysecretdiary | [] |
208 nano | [] [] [] |
209 opcodes | |
210 parted | [] [] [] |
211 ptx | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
212 python | |
213 recode | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
214 sed | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
215 sh-utils | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
216 sharutils | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
217 sketch | |
218 soundtracker | [] [] [] |
219 sp | |
220 tar | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
221 texinfo | [] [] [] [] [] [] |
222 textutils | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
223 util-linux | [] [] |
224 wdiff | [] [] [] |
225 wget | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
226 +----------------------------------------------------+
227 bg cs da de el en eo es et fi fr gl he hr id it ja
228 0 14 24 32 11 1 8 23 13 1 33 22 4 0 7 9 18
229
230 ko lv nb nl nn no pl pt pt_BR ru sk sl sv tr uk zh
231 +----------------------------------------------------+
232 a2ps | [] [] [] | 6
233 bash | | 4
234 bfd | | 0
235 binutils | | 1
236 bison | [] | 6
237 clisp | [] | 5
238 cpio | [] [] [] [] [] | 10
239 diffutils | [] [] [] [] | 11
240 enscript | [] [] [] | 5
241 error | [] [] | 4
242 fetchmail | | 0
243 fileutils | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] | 17
244 findutils | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] | 16
245 flex | [] [] [] | 6
246 freetype | | 0
247 gas | | 0
248 gawk | [] | 3
249 gcal | | 0
250 gcc | | 0
251 gettext | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] | 18
252 gnupg | [] [] [] | 10
253 gprof | | 0
254 grep | [] [] [] [] | 12
255 hello | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] | 22
256 id-utils | [] [] [] | 6
257 indent | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] | 12
258 jpilot | | 1
259 kbd | [] | 1
260 ld | | 1
261 libc | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] | 16
262 lilypond | [] [] | 3
263 lynx | [] [] [] [] | 8
264 m4 | [] [] [] [] | 12
265 make | [] [] [] [] [] [] | 12
266 mysecretdiary | | 1
267 nano | [] | 4
268 opcodes | [] | 1
269 parted | [] [] | 5
270 ptx | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] | 15
271 python | | 0
272 recode | [] [] [] [] | 13
273 sed | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] | 19
274 sh-utils | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] | 21
275 sharutils | [] [] [] | 11
276 sketch | | 0
277 soundtracker | | 3
278 sp | | 0
279 tar | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] | 15
280 texinfo | [] | 7
281 textutils | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] | 16
282 util-linux | [] [] | 4
283 wdiff | [] [] [] [] | 7
284 wget | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] | 17
285 +----------------------------------------------------+
286 33 teams ko lv nb nl nn no pl pt pt_BR ru sk sl sv tr uk zh
287 53 domains 9 1 6 20 0 6 17 1 13 25 10 11 23 21 2 2 387
188 Ready PO files af am ar az be bg bs ca cs cy da de el en en_GB eo
189 +----------------------------------------------------+
190 Compendium | [] [] [] [] |
191 a2ps | [] [] [] [] [] |
192 aegis | () |
193 ant-phone | () |
194 anubis | [] |
195 ap-utils | |
196 aspell | [] [] [] [] [] |
197 bash | [] |
198 bfd | |
199 bibshelf | [] |
200 binutils | |
201 bison | [] [] |
202 bison-runtime | [] |
203 bluez-pin | [] [] [] [] [] |
204 cflow | [] |
205 clisp | [] [] [] |
206 console-tools | [] [] |
207 coreutils | [] [] [] [] |
208 cpio | |
209 cpplib | [] [] [] |
210 cryptonit | [] |
211 dialog | |
212 diffutils | [] [] [] [] [] [] |
213 doodle | [] |
214 e2fsprogs | [] [] |
215 enscript | [] [] [] [] |
216 fetchmail | [] [] () [] [] |
217 findutils | [] |
218 findutils_stable | [] [] [] |
219 flex | [] [] [] |
220 fslint | |
221 gas | |
222 gawk | [] [] [] |
223 gcal | [] |
224 gcc | [] |
225 gettext-examples | [] [] [] [] [] |
226 gettext-runtime | [] [] [] [] [] |
227 gettext-tools | [] [] |
228 gip | [] |
229 gliv | [] [] |
230 glunarclock | [] |
231 gmult | [] [] |
232 gnubiff | () |
233 gnucash | [] [] () () [] |
234 gnuedu | |
235 gnulib | [] |
236 gnunet | |
237 gnunet-gtk | |
238 gnutls | [] |
239 gpe-aerial | [] [] |
240 gpe-beam | [] [] |
241 gpe-calendar | |
242 gpe-clock | [] [] |
243 gpe-conf | [] [] |
244 gpe-contacts | |
245 gpe-edit | [] |
246 gpe-filemanager | |
247 gpe-go | [] |
248 gpe-login | [] [] |
249 gpe-ownerinfo | [] [] |
250 gpe-package | |
251 gpe-sketchbook | [] [] |
252 gpe-su | [] [] |
253 gpe-taskmanager | [] [] |
254 gpe-timesheet | [] |
255 gpe-today | [] [] |
256 gpe-todo | |
257 gphoto2 | [] [] [] [] |
258 gprof | [] [] |
259 gpsdrive | |
260 gramadoir | [] [] |
261 grep | [] [] |
262 gretl | () |
263 gsasl | |
264 gss | |
265 gst-plugins-bad | [] [] |
266 gst-plugins-base | [] [] |
267 gst-plugins-good | [] [] [] |
268 gst-plugins-ugly | [] [] |
269 gstreamer | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
270 gtick | () |
271 gtkam | [] [] [] [] |
272 gtkorphan | [] [] |
273 gtkspell | [] [] [] [] |
274 gutenprint | [] |
275 hello | [] [] [] [] [] |
276 herrie | [] |
277 hylafax | |
278 idutils | [] [] |
279 indent | [] [] [] [] |
280 iso_15924 | |
281 iso_3166 | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
282 iso_3166_2 | |
283 iso_4217 | [] [] [] |
284 iso_639 | [] [] [] [] |
285 jpilot | [] |
286 jtag | |
287 jwhois | |
288 kbd | [] [] [] [] |
289 keytouch | [] [] |
290 keytouch-editor | [] |
291 keytouch-keyboa... | [] |
292 latrine | () |
293 ld | [] |
294 leafpad | [] [] [] [] [] |
295 libc | [] [] [] [] |
296 libexif | [] |
297 libextractor | [] |
298 libgpewidget | [] [] [] |
299 libgpg-error | [] |
300 libgphoto2 | [] [] |
301 libgphoto2_port | [] [] |
302 libgsasl | |
303 libiconv | [] [] |
304 libidn | [] [] [] |
305 lifelines | [] () |
306 lilypond | [] |
307 lingoteach | |
308 lprng | |
309 lynx | [] [] [] [] |
310 m4 | [] [] [] [] |
311 mailfromd | |
312 mailutils | [] |
313 make | [] [] |
314 man-db | [] [] [] |
315 minicom | [] [] [] |
316 nano | [] [] [] |
317 opcodes | [] |
318 parted | [] [] |
319 pilot-qof | |
320 popt | [] [] [] |
321 psmisc | [] |
322 pwdutils | |
323 qof | |
324 radius | [] |
325 recode | [] [] [] [] [] [] |
326 rpm | [] |
327 screem | |
328 scrollkeeper | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
329 sed | [] [] [] |
330 shared-mime-info | [] [] [] [] () [] [] [] |
331 sharutils | [] [] [] [] [] [] |
332 shishi | |
333 skencil | [] () |
334 solfege | |
335 soundtracker | [] [] |
336 sp | [] |
337 system-tools-ba... | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
338 tar | [] [] |
339 texinfo | [] [] [] |
340 tin | () () |
341 tuxpaint | [] [] [] [] [] [] |
342 unicode-han-tra... | |
343 unicode-transla... | |
344 util-linux | [] [] [] [] |
345 util-linux-ng | [] [] [] [] |
346 vorbis-tools | [] |
347 wastesedge | () |
348 wdiff | [] [] [] [] |
349 wget | [] [] [] |
350 xchat | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
351 xkeyboard-config | [] |
352 xpad | [] [] [] |
353 +----------------------------------------------------+
354 af am ar az be bg bs ca cs cy da de el en en_GB eo
355 6 0 2 1 8 26 2 40 48 2 56 88 15 1 15 18
356
357 es et eu fa fi fr ga gl gu he hi hr hu id is it
358 +--------------------------------------------------+
359 Compendium | [] [] [] [] [] |
360 a2ps | [] [] [] () |
361 aegis | |
362 ant-phone | [] |
363 anubis | [] |
364 ap-utils | [] [] |
365 aspell | [] [] [] |
366 bash | [] |
367 bfd | [] [] |
368 bibshelf | [] [] [] |
369 binutils | [] [] [] |
370 bison | [] [] [] [] [] [] |
371 bison-runtime | [] [] [] [] [] |
372 bluez-pin | [] [] [] [] [] |
373 cflow | [] |
374 clisp | [] [] |
375 console-tools | |
376 coreutils | [] [] [] [] [] [] |
377 cpio | [] [] [] |
378 cpplib | [] [] |
379 cryptonit | [] |
380 dialog | [] [] [] |
381 diffutils | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
382 doodle | [] [] |
383 e2fsprogs | [] [] [] |
384 enscript | [] [] [] |
385 fetchmail | [] |
386 findutils | [] [] [] |
387 findutils_stable | [] [] [] [] |
388 flex | [] [] [] |
389 fslint | |
390 gas | [] [] |
391 gawk | [] [] [] [] () |
392 gcal | [] [] |
393 gcc | [] |
394 gettext-examples | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
395 gettext-runtime | [] [] [] [] [] [] |
396 gettext-tools | [] [] [] [] |
397 gip | [] [] [] [] |
398 gliv | () |
399 glunarclock | [] [] [] |
400 gmult | [] [] [] |
401 gnubiff | () () |
402 gnucash | () () () |
403 gnuedu | [] |
404 gnulib | [] [] [] |
405 gnunet | |
406 gnunet-gtk | |
407 gnutls | |
408 gpe-aerial | [] [] |
409 gpe-beam | [] [] |
410 gpe-calendar | |
411 gpe-clock | [] [] [] [] |
412 gpe-conf | [] |
413 gpe-contacts | [] [] |
414 gpe-edit | [] [] [] [] |
415 gpe-filemanager | [] |
416 gpe-go | [] [] [] |
417 gpe-login | [] [] [] |
418 gpe-ownerinfo | [] [] [] [] [] |
419 gpe-package | [] |
420 gpe-sketchbook | [] [] |
421 gpe-su | [] [] [] [] |
422 gpe-taskmanager | [] [] [] |
423 gpe-timesheet | [] [] [] [] |
424 gpe-today | [] [] [] [] |
425 gpe-todo | [] |
426 gphoto2 | [] [] [] [] [] |
427 gprof | [] [] [] [] [] |
428 gpsdrive | [] |
429 gramadoir | [] [] |
430 grep | [] [] [] |
431 gretl | [] [] [] () |
432 gsasl | [] [] |
433 gss | [] [] |
434 gst-plugins-bad | [] [] [] [] |
435 gst-plugins-base | [] [] [] [] |
436 gst-plugins-good | [] [] [] [] [] |
437 gst-plugins-ugly | [] [] [] [] |
438 gstreamer | [] [] [] |
439 gtick | [] [] [] |
440 gtkam | [] [] [] [] |
441 gtkorphan | [] [] |
442 gtkspell | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
443 gutenprint | [] |
444 hello | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
445 herrie | [] |
446 hylafax | |
447 idutils | [] [] [] [] [] |
448 indent | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
449 iso_15924 | [] |
450 iso_3166 | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
451 iso_3166_2 | [] |
452 iso_4217 | [] [] [] [] [] [] |
453 iso_639 | [] [] [] [] [] [] |
454 jpilot | [] [] |
455 jtag | [] |
456 jwhois | [] [] [] [] [] |
457 kbd | [] [] |
458 keytouch | [] [] [] |
459 keytouch-editor | [] |
460 keytouch-keyboa... | [] [] |
461 latrine | [] [] |
462 ld | [] [] [] [] |
463 leafpad | [] [] [] [] [] [] |
464 libc | [] [] [] [] [] |
465 libexif | [] |
466 libextractor | [] |
467 libgpewidget | [] [] [] [] [] |
468 libgpg-error | [] |
469 libgphoto2 | [] [] [] |
470 libgphoto2_port | [] [] |
471 libgsasl | [] [] |
472 libiconv | [] [] [] |
473 libidn | [] [] |
474 lifelines | () |
475 lilypond | [] [] [] |
476 lingoteach | [] [] [] |
477 lprng | |
478 lynx | [] [] [] |
479 m4 | [] [] [] [] |
480 mailfromd | |
481 mailutils | [] [] |
482 make | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
483 man-db | [] |
484 minicom | [] [] [] [] |
485 nano | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
486 opcodes | [] [] [] [] |
487 parted | [] [] [] |
488 pilot-qof | |
489 popt | [] [] [] [] |
490 psmisc | [] [] |
491 pwdutils | |
492 qof | [] |
493 radius | [] [] |
494 recode | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
495 rpm | [] [] |
496 screem | |
497 scrollkeeper | [] [] [] |
498 sed | [] [] [] [] [] |
499 shared-mime-info | [] [] [] [] [] [] |
500 sharutils | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
501 shishi | [] |
502 skencil | [] [] |
503 solfege | [] |
504 soundtracker | [] [] [] |
505 sp | [] |
506 system-tools-ba... | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
507 tar | [] [] [] [] [] |
508 texinfo | [] [] [] |
509 tin | [] () |
510 tuxpaint | [] [] |
511 unicode-han-tra... | |
512 unicode-transla... | [] [] |
513 util-linux | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
514 util-linux-ng | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
515 vorbis-tools | |
516 wastesedge | () |
517 wdiff | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
518 wget | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
519 xchat | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
520 xkeyboard-config | [] [] [] [] |
521 xpad | [] [] [] |
522 +--------------------------------------------------+
523 es et eu fa fi fr ga gl gu he hi hr hu id is it
524 85 22 14 2 48 101 61 12 2 8 2 6 53 29 1 52
525
526 ja ka ko ku ky lg lt lv mk mn ms mt nb ne nl nn
527 +--------------------------------------------------+
528 Compendium | [] |
529 a2ps | () [] [] |
530 aegis | () |
531 ant-phone | [] |
532 anubis | [] [] [] |
533 ap-utils | [] |
534 aspell | [] [] |
535 bash | [] |
536 bfd | |
537 bibshelf | [] |
538 binutils | |
539 bison | [] [] [] |
540 bison-runtime | [] [] [] |
541 bluez-pin | [] [] [] |
542 cflow | |
543 clisp | [] |
544 console-tools | |
545 coreutils | [] |
546 cpio | [] |
547 cpplib | [] |
548 cryptonit | [] |
549 dialog | [] [] |
550 diffutils | [] [] [] |
551 doodle | |
552 e2fsprogs | [] |
553 enscript | [] |
554 fetchmail | [] [] |
555 findutils | [] |
556 findutils_stable | [] |
557 flex | [] [] |
558 fslint | |
559 gas | |
560 gawk | [] [] |
561 gcal | |
562 gcc | |
563 gettext-examples | [] [] [] |
564 gettext-runtime | [] [] [] |
565 gettext-tools | [] [] |
566 gip | [] [] |
567 gliv | [] |
568 glunarclock | [] [] |
569 gmult | [] [] [] |
570 gnubiff | |
571 gnucash | () () () |
572 gnuedu | |
573 gnulib | [] [] |
574 gnunet | |
575 gnunet-gtk | |
576 gnutls | [] |
577 gpe-aerial | [] |
578 gpe-beam | [] |
579 gpe-calendar | [] |
580 gpe-clock | [] [] [] |
581 gpe-conf | [] [] [] |
582 gpe-contacts | [] |
583 gpe-edit | [] [] [] |
584 gpe-filemanager | [] [] |
585 gpe-go | [] [] [] |
586 gpe-login | [] [] [] |
587 gpe-ownerinfo | [] [] |
588 gpe-package | [] [] |
589 gpe-sketchbook | [] [] |
590 gpe-su | [] [] [] |
591 gpe-taskmanager | [] [] [] [] |
592 gpe-timesheet | [] |
593 gpe-today | [] [] |
594 gpe-todo | [] |
595 gphoto2 | [] [] |
596 gprof | [] |
597 gpsdrive | [] |
598 gramadoir | () |
599 grep | [] [] |
600 gretl | |
601 gsasl | [] |
602 gss | |
603 gst-plugins-bad | [] |
604 gst-plugins-base | [] |
605 gst-plugins-good | [] |
606 gst-plugins-ugly | [] |
607 gstreamer | [] |
608 gtick | [] |
609 gtkam | [] [] |
610 gtkorphan | [] |
611 gtkspell | [] [] |
612 gutenprint | [] |
613 hello | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
614 herrie | [] |
615 hylafax | |
616 idutils | [] |
617 indent | [] [] |
618 iso_15924 | [] |
619 iso_3166 | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
620 iso_3166_2 | [] |
621 iso_4217 | [] [] [] |
622 iso_639 | [] [] [] [] |
623 jpilot | () () |
624 jtag | |
625 jwhois | [] |
626 kbd | [] |
627 keytouch | [] |
628 keytouch-editor | [] |
629 keytouch-keyboa... | |
630 latrine | [] |
631 ld | |
632 leafpad | [] [] |
633 libc | [] [] [] |
634 libexif | |
635 libextractor | |
636 libgpewidget | [] |
637 libgpg-error | |
638 libgphoto2 | [] |
639 libgphoto2_port | [] |
640 libgsasl | [] |
641 libiconv | [] |
642 libidn | [] [] |
643 lifelines | [] |
644 lilypond | [] |
645 lingoteach | [] |
646 lprng | |
647 lynx | [] [] |
648 m4 | [] [] |
649 mailfromd | |
650 mailutils | |
651 make | [] [] [] |
652 man-db | |
653 minicom | [] |
654 nano | [] [] [] |
655 opcodes | [] |
656 parted | [] [] |
657 pilot-qof | |
658 popt | [] [] [] |
659 psmisc | [] [] [] |
660 pwdutils | |
661 qof | |
662 radius | |
663 recode | [] |
664 rpm | [] [] |
665 screem | [] |
666 scrollkeeper | [] [] [] [] |
667 sed | [] [] |
668 shared-mime-info | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
669 sharutils | [] [] |
670 shishi | |
671 skencil | |
672 solfege | () () |
673 soundtracker | |
674 sp | () |
675 system-tools-ba... | [] [] [] [] |
676 tar | [] [] [] |
677 texinfo | [] [] |
678 tin | |
679 tuxpaint | () [] [] |
680 unicode-han-tra... | |
681 unicode-transla... | |
682 util-linux | [] [] |
683 util-linux-ng | [] [] |
684 vorbis-tools | |
685 wastesedge | [] |
686 wdiff | [] [] |
687 wget | [] [] |
688 xchat | [] [] [] [] |
689 xkeyboard-config | [] [] [] |
690 xpad | [] [] [] |
691 +--------------------------------------------------+
692 ja ka ko ku ky lg lt lv mk mn ms mt nb ne nl nn
693 51 2 25 3 2 0 6 0 2 2 20 0 11 1 103 6
694
695 or pa pl pt pt_BR rm ro ru rw sk sl sq sr sv ta
696 +--------------------------------------------------+
697 Compendium | [] [] [] [] [] |
698 a2ps | () [] [] [] [] [] [] |
699 aegis | () () |
700 ant-phone | [] [] |
701 anubis | [] [] [] |
702 ap-utils | () |
703 aspell | [] [] [] |
704 bash | [] [] |
705 bfd | |
706 bibshelf | [] |
707 binutils | [] [] |
708 bison | [] [] [] [] [] |
709 bison-runtime | [] [] [] [] [] |
710 bluez-pin | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
711 cflow | [] |
712 clisp | [] |
713 console-tools | [] |
714 coreutils | [] [] [] [] |
715 cpio | [] [] [] |
716 cpplib | [] |
717 cryptonit | [] [] |
718 dialog | [] |
719 diffutils | [] [] [] [] [] [] |
720 doodle | [] [] |
721 e2fsprogs | [] [] |
722 enscript | [] [] [] [] [] |
723 fetchmail | [] [] [] |
724 findutils | [] [] [] |
725 findutils_stable | [] [] [] [] [] [] |
726 flex | [] [] [] [] [] |
727 fslint | [] |
728 gas | |
729 gawk | [] [] [] [] |
730 gcal | [] |
731 gcc | [] [] |
732 gettext-examples | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
733 gettext-runtime | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
734 gettext-tools | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
735 gip | [] [] [] [] |
736 gliv | [] [] [] [] [] [] |
737 glunarclock | [] [] [] [] [] [] |
738 gmult | [] [] [] [] |
739 gnubiff | () [] |
740 gnucash | () [] |
741 gnuedu | |
742 gnulib | [] [] [] |
743 gnunet | |
744 gnunet-gtk | [] |
745 gnutls | [] [] |
746 gpe-aerial | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
747 gpe-beam | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
748 gpe-calendar | [] [] [] [] |
749 gpe-clock | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
750 gpe-conf | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
751 gpe-contacts | [] [] [] [] [] |
752 gpe-edit | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
753 gpe-filemanager | [] [] |
754 gpe-go | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
755 gpe-login | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
756 gpe-ownerinfo | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
757 gpe-package | [] [] |
758 gpe-sketchbook | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
759 gpe-su | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
760 gpe-taskmanager | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
761 gpe-timesheet | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
762 gpe-today | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
763 gpe-todo | [] [] [] [] |
764 gphoto2 | [] [] [] [] [] [] |
765 gprof | [] [] [] |
766 gpsdrive | [] [] |
767 gramadoir | [] [] |
768 grep | [] [] [] [] |
769 gretl | [] [] [] |
770 gsasl | [] [] [] |
771 gss | [] [] [] [] |
772 gst-plugins-bad | [] [] [] |
773 gst-plugins-base | [] [] |
774 gst-plugins-good | [] [] |
775 gst-plugins-ugly | [] [] [] |
776 gstreamer | [] [] [] [] |
777 gtick | [] |
778 gtkam | [] [] [] [] [] |
779 gtkorphan | [] |
780 gtkspell | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
781 gutenprint | [] |
782 hello | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
783 herrie | [] [] [] |
784 hylafax | |
785 idutils | [] [] [] [] [] |
786 indent | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
787 iso_15924 | |
788 iso_3166 | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
789 iso_3166_2 | |
790 iso_4217 | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
791 iso_639 | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
792 jpilot | |
793 jtag | [] |
794 jwhois | [] [] [] [] |
795 kbd | [] [] [] |
796 keytouch | [] |
797 keytouch-editor | [] |
798 keytouch-keyboa... | [] |
799 latrine | |
800 ld | [] |
801 leafpad | [] [] [] [] [] [] |
802 libc | [] [] [] [] |
803 libexif | [] [] |
804 libextractor | [] [] |
805 libgpewidget | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
806 libgpg-error | [] [] [] |
807 libgphoto2 | [] |
808 libgphoto2_port | [] [] [] |
809 libgsasl | [] [] [] [] |
810 libiconv | [] [] [] |
811 libidn | [] [] () |
812 lifelines | [] [] |
813 lilypond | |
814 lingoteach | [] |
815 lprng | [] |
816 lynx | [] [] [] |
817 m4 | [] [] [] [] [] |
818 mailfromd | [] |
819 mailutils | [] [] [] |
820 make | [] [] [] [] |
821 man-db | [] [] [] [] |
822 minicom | [] [] [] [] [] |
823 nano | [] [] [] [] |
824 opcodes | [] [] |
825 parted | [] |
826 pilot-qof | |
827 popt | [] [] [] [] |
828 psmisc | [] [] |
829 pwdutils | [] [] |
830 qof | [] [] |
831 radius | [] [] |
832 recode | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
833 rpm | [] [] [] [] |
834 screem | |
835 scrollkeeper | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
836 sed | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
837 shared-mime-info | [] [] [] [] [] [] |
838 sharutils | [] [] [] [] |
839 shishi | [] |
840 skencil | [] [] [] |
841 solfege | [] |
842 soundtracker | [] [] |
843 sp | |
844 system-tools-ba... | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
845 tar | [] [] [] [] |
846 texinfo | [] [] [] [] |
847 tin | () |
848 tuxpaint | [] [] [] [] [] [] |
849 unicode-han-tra... | |
850 unicode-transla... | |
851 util-linux | [] [] [] [] |
852 util-linux-ng | [] [] [] [] |
853 vorbis-tools | [] |
854 wastesedge | |
855 wdiff | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
856 wget | [] [] [] [] |
857 xchat | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] |
858 xkeyboard-config | [] [] [] |
859 xpad | [] [] [] |
860 +--------------------------------------------------+
861 or pa pl pt pt_BR rm ro ru rw sk sl sq sr sv ta
862 0 5 77 31 53 4 58 72 3 45 46 9 45 122 3
863
864 tg th tk tr uk ven vi wa xh zh_CN zh_HK zh_TW zu
865 +---------------------------------------------------+
866 Compendium | [] [] [] [] | 19
867 a2ps | [] [] [] | 19
868 aegis | [] | 1
869 ant-phone | [] [] | 6
870 anubis | [] [] [] | 11
871 ap-utils | () [] | 4
872 aspell | [] [] [] | 16
873 bash | [] | 6
874 bfd | | 2
875 bibshelf | [] | 7
876 binutils | [] [] [] [] | 9
877 bison | [] [] [] [] | 20
878 bison-runtime | [] [] [] [] | 18
879 bluez-pin | [] [] [] [] [] [] | 28
880 cflow | [] [] | 5
881 clisp | | 9
882 console-tools | [] [] | 5
883 coreutils | [] [] [] | 18
884 cpio | [] [] [] [] | 11
885 cpplib | [] [] [] [] [] | 12
886 cryptonit | [] | 6
887 dialog | [] [] [] | 9
888 diffutils | [] [] [] [] [] | 29
889 doodle | [] | 6
890 e2fsprogs | [] [] | 10
891 enscript | [] [] [] | 16
892 fetchmail | [] [] | 12
893 findutils | [] [] [] | 11
894 findutils_stable | [] [] [] [] | 18
895 flex | [] [] | 15
896 fslint | [] | 2
897 gas | [] | 3
898 gawk | [] [] [] | 16
899 gcal | [] | 5
900 gcc | [] [] [] | 7
901 gettext-examples | [] [] [] [] [] [] | 29
902 gettext-runtime | [] [] [] [] [] [] | 28
903 gettext-tools | [] [] [] [] [] | 20
904 gip | [] [] | 13
905 gliv | [] [] | 11
906 glunarclock | [] [] [] | 15
907 gmult | [] [] [] [] | 16
908 gnubiff | [] | 2
909 gnucash | () [] | 5
910 gnuedu | [] | 2
911 gnulib | [] | 10
912 gnunet | | 0
913 gnunet-gtk | [] [] | 3
914 gnutls | | 4
915 gpe-aerial | [] [] | 14
916 gpe-beam | [] [] | 14
917 gpe-calendar | [] [] | 7
918 gpe-clock | [] [] [] [] | 21
919 gpe-conf | [] [] [] | 16
920 gpe-contacts | [] [] | 10
921 gpe-edit | [] [] [] [] [] | 22
922 gpe-filemanager | [] [] | 7
923 gpe-go | [] [] [] [] | 19
924 gpe-login | [] [] [] [] [] | 21
925 gpe-ownerinfo | [] [] [] [] | 21
926 gpe-package | [] | 6
927 gpe-sketchbook | [] [] | 16
928 gpe-su | [] [] [] [] | 21
929 gpe-taskmanager | [] [] [] [] | 21
930 gpe-timesheet | [] [] [] [] | 18
931 gpe-today | [] [] [] [] [] | 21
932 gpe-todo | [] [] | 8
933 gphoto2 | [] [] [] [] | 21
934 gprof | [] [] | 13
935 gpsdrive | [] | 5
936 gramadoir | [] | 7
937 grep | [] | 12
938 gretl | | 6
939 gsasl | [] [] [] | 9
940 gss | [] | 7
941 gst-plugins-bad | [] [] [] | 13
942 gst-plugins-base | [] [] | 11
943 gst-plugins-good | [] [] [] [] [] | 16
944 gst-plugins-ugly | [] [] [] | 13
945 gstreamer | [] [] [] | 18
946 gtick | [] [] | 7
947 gtkam | [] | 16
948 gtkorphan | [] | 7
949 gtkspell | [] [] [] [] [] [] | 27
950 gutenprint | | 4
951 hello | [] [] [] [] [] | 38
952 herrie | [] [] | 8
953 hylafax | | 0
954 idutils | [] [] | 15
955 indent | [] [] [] [] [] | 28
956 iso_15924 | [] [] | 4
957 iso_3166 | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] | 54
958 iso_3166_2 | [] [] | 4
959 iso_4217 | [] [] [] [] [] | 24
960 iso_639 | [] [] [] [] [] | 26
961 jpilot | [] [] [] [] | 7
962 jtag | [] | 3
963 jwhois | [] [] [] | 13
964 kbd | [] [] [] | 13
965 keytouch | [] | 8
966 keytouch-editor | [] | 5
967 keytouch-keyboa... | [] | 5
968 latrine | [] [] | 5
969 ld | [] [] [] [] | 10
970 leafpad | [] [] [] [] [] | 24
971 libc | [] [] [] | 19
972 libexif | [] | 5
973 libextractor | [] | 5
974 libgpewidget | [] [] [] | 20
975 libgpg-error | [] | 6
976 libgphoto2 | [] [] | 9
977 libgphoto2_port | [] [] [] | 11
978 libgsasl | [] | 8
979 libiconv | [] [] | 11
980 libidn | [] [] | 11
981 lifelines | | 4
982 lilypond | [] | 6
983 lingoteach | [] | 6
984 lprng | [] | 2
985 lynx | [] [] [] | 15
986 m4 | [] [] [] | 18
987 mailfromd | [] [] | 3
988 mailutils | [] [] | 8
989 make | [] [] [] | 20
990 man-db | [] | 9
991 minicom | [] | 14
992 nano | [] [] [] | 20
993 opcodes | [] [] | 10
994 parted | [] [] [] | 11
995 pilot-qof | [] | 1
996 popt | [] [] [] [] | 18
997 psmisc | [] [] | 10
998 pwdutils | [] | 3
999 qof | [] | 4
1000 radius | [] [] | 7
1001 recode | [] [] [] | 25
1002 rpm | [] [] [] [] | 13
1003 screem | [] | 2
1004 scrollkeeper | [] [] [] [] | 26
1005 sed | [] [] [] [] | 23
1006 shared-mime-info | [] [] [] | 29
1007 sharutils | [] [] [] | 23
1008 shishi | [] | 3
1009 skencil | [] | 7
1010 solfege | [] | 3
1011 soundtracker | [] [] | 9
1012 sp | [] | 3
1013 system-tools-ba... | [] [] [] [] [] [] [] | 38
1014 tar | [] [] [] | 17
1015 texinfo | [] [] [] | 15
1016 tin | | 1
1017 tuxpaint | [] [] [] | 19
1018 unicode-han-tra... | | 0
1019 unicode-transla... | | 2
1020 util-linux | [] [] [] | 20
1021 util-linux-ng | [] [] [] | 20
1022 vorbis-tools | [] [] | 4
1023 wastesedge | | 1
1024 wdiff | [] [] | 23
1025 wget | [] [] [] | 20
1026 xchat | [] [] [] [] | 29
1027 xkeyboard-config | [] [] [] | 14
1028 xpad | [] [] [] | 15
1029 +---------------------------------------------------+
1030 76 teams tg th tk tr uk ven vi wa xh zh_CN zh_HK zh_TW zu
1031 163 domains 0 3 1 74 51 0 143 21 1 57 7 45 0 2036
2881032
2891033 Some counters in the preceding matrix are higher than the number of
2901034 visible blocks let us expect. This is because a few extra PO files are
2971041 lag between the mere existence a PO file and its wide availability in a
2981042 distribution.
2991043
300 If September 2001 seems to be old, you may fetch a more recent copy
1044 If November 2007 seems to be old, you may fetch a more recent copy
3011045 of this `ABOUT-NLS' file on most GNU archive sites. The most
3021046 up-to-date matrix with full percentage details can be found at
303 `http://www.iro.umontreal.ca/contrib/po/HTML/matrix.html'.
304
305 Using `gettext' in new packages
306 ===============================
307
308 If you are writing a freely available program and want to
1047 `http://translationproject.org/extra/matrix.html'.
1048
1049 1.6 Using `gettext' in new packages
1050 ===================================
1051
1052 If you are writing a freely available program and want to
3091053 internationalize it you are welcome to use GNU `gettext' in your
3101054 package. Of course you have to respect the GNU Library General Public
3111055 License which covers the use of the GNU `gettext' library. This means
3141058 library or use modified versions of `libintl'.
3151059
3161060 Once the sources are changed appropriately and the setup can handle
317 to use of `gettext' the only thing missing are the translations. The
1061 the use of `gettext' the only thing missing are the translations. The
3181062 Free Translation Project is also available for packages which are not
3191063 developed inside the GNU project. Therefore the information given above
3201064 applies also for every other Free Software Project. Contact
321 `translation@iro.umontreal.ca' to make the `.pot' files available to
322 the translation teams.
323
1065 `coordinator@translationproject.org' to make the `.pot' files available
1066 to the translation teams.
1067
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597 ALL NECESSARY SERVICING, REPAIR OR CORRECTION.
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282623
283624 If you develop a new program, and you want it to be of the greatest
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310649 Also add information on how to contact you by electronic and paper mail.
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0 libhdate (1.4.10)
1
2 * Move to GPL3 (COPYING, AUTHORS)
3 - Add Amos Shapir as author in Authors file
4 - Update Amos's email
5 * Change defult config options (configure.in)
6 - Gettext version used now is 0.17
7 - Python, Perl, Pascal bindings now built by default
8 * Update the man files (docs/man)
9 - add man files for c++ language
10 - move all man files to docs/man directory
11 * Bug fixes
12 - Fix Kislev Hebrew translation misspell (Bug report: Ariel Galola)
13 - Fix Julian day calculation (Bug report: Afonso Arantes)
14 * Add new events
15 - 30 shvat : Family day
16 - 12 heshvan : rabin memorial day
17 - 29 tamuz : zhabotinsky day
18
19 * Changes to hdate command line utility
20 - flag -j print the Julian day number
21 - if argument is greater than 100000 it is asumed as Julian day number
22 - "hdate -S YEAR" now print out same format as "hebcal -d -h -e YEAR"
23
24 -- Yaacov Zamir <kzamir@wall.co.il> Thusday, 3 January 2008 22:00
25
026 libhdate (1.4.9)
127
228 * Fix endianess bug in big endian machins (/examples/hcal/hcal.c and hdate.c)
0 Installation Instructions
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2
3 Copyright (C) 1994, 1995, 1996, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005 Free
4 Software Foundation, Inc.
5
6 This file is free documentation; the Free Software Foundation gives
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8
09 Basic Installation
110 ==================
211
3 These are generic installation instructions.
12 These are generic installation instructions.
413
514 The `configure' shell script attempts to guess correct values for
615 various system-dependent variables used during compilation. It uses
716 those values to create a `Makefile' in each directory of the package.
817 It may also create one or more `.h' files containing system-dependent
918 definitions. Finally, it creates a shell script `config.status' that
10 you can run in the future to recreate the current configuration, a file
11 `config.cache' that saves the results of its tests to speed up
12 reconfiguring, and a file `config.log' containing compiler output
13 (useful mainly for debugging `configure').
19 you can run in the future to recreate the current configuration, and a
20 file `config.log' containing compiler output (useful mainly for
21 debugging `configure').
22
23 It can also use an optional file (typically called `config.cache'
24 and enabled with `--cache-file=config.cache' or simply `-C') that saves
25 the results of its tests to speed up reconfiguring. (Caching is
26 disabled by default to prevent problems with accidental use of stale
27 cache files.)
1428
1529 If you need to do unusual things to compile the package, please try
1630 to figure out how `configure' could check whether to do them, and mail
1731 diffs or instructions to the address given in the `README' so they can
18 be considered for the next release. If at some point `config.cache'
19 contains results you don't want to keep, you may remove or edit it.
20
21 The file `configure.in' is used to create `configure' by a program
22 called `autoconf'. You only need `configure.in' if you want to change
23 it or regenerate `configure' using a newer version of `autoconf'.
32 be considered for the next release. If you are using the cache, and at
33 some point `config.cache' contains results you don't want to keep, you
34 may remove or edit it.
35
36 The file `configure.ac' (or `configure.in') is used to create
37 `configure' by a program called `autoconf'. You only need
38 `configure.ac' if you want to change it or regenerate `configure' using
39 a newer version of `autoconf'.
2440
2541 The simplest way to compile this package is:
2642
5369 Compilers and Options
5470 =====================
5571
56 Some systems require unusual options for compilation or linking that
57 the `configure' script does not know about. You can give `configure'
58 initial values for variables by setting them in the environment. Using
59 a Bourne-compatible shell, you can do that on the command line like
60 this:
61 CC=c89 CFLAGS=-O2 LIBS=-lposix ./configure
62
63 Or on systems that have the `env' program, you can do it like this:
64 env CPPFLAGS=-I/usr/local/include LDFLAGS=-s ./configure
72 Some systems require unusual options for compilation or linking that the
73 `configure' script does not know about. Run `./configure --help' for
74 details on some of the pertinent environment variables.
75
76 You can give `configure' initial values for configuration parameters
77 by setting variables in the command line or in the environment. Here
78 is an example:
79
80 ./configure CC=c89 CFLAGS=-O2 LIBS=-lposix
81
82 *Note Defining Variables::, for more details.
6583
6684 Compiling For Multiple Architectures
6785 ====================================
6886
69 You can compile the package for more than one kind of computer at the
87 You can compile the package for more than one kind of computer at the
7088 same time, by placing the object files for each architecture in their
7189 own directory. To do this, you must use a version of `make' that
7290 supports the `VPATH' variable, such as GNU `make'. `cd' to the
7492 the `configure' script. `configure' automatically checks for the
7593 source code in the directory that `configure' is in and in `..'.
7694
77 If you have to use a `make' that does not supports the `VPATH'
78 variable, you have to compile the package for one architecture at a time
79 in the source code directory. After you have installed the package for
80 one architecture, use `make distclean' before reconfiguring for another
81 architecture.
95 If you have to use a `make' that does not support the `VPATH'
96 variable, you have to compile the package for one architecture at a
97 time in the source code directory. After you have installed the
98 package for one architecture, use `make distclean' before reconfiguring
99 for another architecture.
82100
83101 Installation Names
84102 ==================
85103
86 By default, `make install' will install the package's files in
87 `/usr/local/bin', `/usr/local/man', etc. You can specify an
88 installation prefix other than `/usr/local' by giving `configure' the
89 option `--prefix=PATH'.
104 By default, `make install' installs the package's commands under
105 `/usr/local/bin', include files under `/usr/local/include', etc. You
106 can specify an installation prefix other than `/usr/local' by giving
107 `configure' the option `--prefix=PREFIX'.
90108
91109 You can specify separate installation prefixes for
92110 architecture-specific files and architecture-independent files. If you
93 give `configure' the option `--exec-prefix=PATH', the package will use
94 PATH as the prefix for installing programs and libraries.
95 Documentation and other data files will still use the regular prefix.
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112 PREFIX as the prefix for installing programs and libraries.
113 Documentation and other data files still use the regular prefix.
96114
97115 In addition, if you use an unusual directory layout you can give
98 options like `--bindir=PATH' to specify different values for particular
116 options like `--bindir=DIR' to specify different values for particular
99117 kinds of files. Run `configure --help' for a list of the directories
100118 you can set and what kinds of files go in them.
101119
106124 Optional Features
107125 =================
108126
109 Some packages pay attention to `--enable-FEATURE' options to
127 Some packages pay attention to `--enable-FEATURE' options to
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111129 They may also pay attention to `--with-PACKAGE' options, where PACKAGE
112130 is something like `gnu-as' or `x' (for the X Window System). The
121139 Specifying the System Type
122140 ==========================
123141
124 There may be some features `configure' can not figure out
125 automatically, but needs to determine by the type of host the package
126 will run on. Usually `configure' can figure that out, but if it prints
127 a message saying it can not guess the host type, give it the
128 `--host=TYPE' option. TYPE can either be a short name for the system
129 type, such as `sun4', or a canonical name with three fields:
142 There may be some features `configure' cannot figure out automatically,
143 but needs to determine by the type of machine the package will run on.
144 Usually, assuming the package is built to be run on the _same_
145 architectures, `configure' can figure that out, but if it prints a
146 message saying it cannot guess the machine type, give it the
147 `--build=TYPE' option. TYPE can either be a short name for the system
148 type, such as `sun4', or a canonical name which has the form:
149
130150 CPU-COMPANY-SYSTEM
131151
132 See the file `config.sub' for the possible values of each field. If
152 where SYSTEM can have one of these forms:
153
154 OS KERNEL-OS
155
156 See the file `config.sub' for the possible values of each field. If
133157 `config.sub' isn't included in this package, then this package doesn't
134 need to know the host type.
135
136 If you are building compiler tools for cross-compiling, you can also
137 use the `--target=TYPE' option to select the type of system they will
138 produce code for and the `--build=TYPE' option to select the type of
139 system on which you are compiling the package.
158 need to know the machine type.
159
160 If you are _building_ compiler tools for cross-compiling, you should
161 use the option `--target=TYPE' to select the type of system they will
162 produce code for.
163
164 If you want to _use_ a cross compiler, that generates code for a
165 platform different from the build platform, you should specify the
166 "host" platform (i.e., that on which the generated programs will
167 eventually be run) with `--host=TYPE'.
140168
141169 Sharing Defaults
142170 ================
143171
144 If you want to set default values for `configure' scripts to share,
145 you can create a site shell script called `config.site' that gives
146 default values for variables like `CC', `cache_file', and `prefix'.
172 If you want to set default values for `configure' scripts to share, you
173 can create a site shell script called `config.site' that gives default
174 values for variables like `CC', `cache_file', and `prefix'.
147175 `configure' looks for `PREFIX/share/config.site' if it exists, then
148176 `PREFIX/etc/config.site' if it exists. Or, you can set the
149177 `CONFIG_SITE' environment variable to the location of the site script.
150178 A warning: not all `configure' scripts look for a site script.
151179
152 Operation Controls
180 Defining Variables
153181 ==================
154182
155 `configure' recognizes the following options to control how it
156 operates.
183 Variables not defined in a site shell script can be set in the
184 environment passed to `configure'. However, some packages may run
185 configure again during the build, and the customized values of these
186 variables may be lost. In order to avoid this problem, you should set
187 them in the `configure' command line, using `VAR=value'. For example:
188
189 ./configure CC=/usr/local2/bin/gcc
190
191 causes the specified `gcc' to be used as the C compiler (unless it is
192 overridden in the site shell script). Here is a another example:
193
194 /bin/bash ./configure CONFIG_SHELL=/bin/bash
195
196 Here the `CONFIG_SHELL=/bin/bash' operand causes subsequent
197 configuration-related scripts to be executed by `/bin/bash'.
198
199 `configure' Invocation
200 ======================
201
202 `configure' recognizes the following options to control how it operates.
203
204 `--help'
205 `-h'
206 Print a summary of the options to `configure', and exit.
207
208 `--version'
209 `-V'
210 Print the version of Autoconf used to generate the `configure'
211 script, and exit.
157212
158213 `--cache-file=FILE'
159 Use and save the results of the tests in FILE instead of
160 `./config.cache'. Set FILE to `/dev/null' to disable caching, for
161 debugging `configure'.
162
163 `--help'
164 Print a summary of the options to `configure', and exit.
214 Enable the cache: use and save the results of the tests in FILE,
215 traditionally `config.cache'. FILE defaults to `/dev/null' to
216 disable caching.
217
218 `--config-cache'
219 `-C'
220 Alias for `--cache-file=config.cache'.
165221
166222 `--quiet'
167223 `--silent'
174230 Look for the package's source code in directory DIR. Usually
175231 `configure' can determine that directory automatically.
176232
177 `--version'
178 Print the version of Autoconf used to generate the `configure'
179 script, and exit.
180
181 `configure' also accepts some other, not widely useful, options.
233 `configure' also accepts some other, not widely useful, options. Run
234 `configure --help' for more details.
235
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5 SUBDIRS = intl po src examples bindings
2 SUBDIRS = po docs src examples bindings
63
74 pkgconfigdir = $(libdir)/pkgconfig
85 pkgconfig_DATA = libhdate.pc
107 libhdatedocdir = ${prefix}/share/doc/libhdate
118 libhdatedoc_DATA = \
129 README\
13 hdate_README\
1410 COPYING\
1511 AUTHORS\
1612 ChangeLog\
1713 INSTALL\
1814 NEWS\
19 TODO\
20 USE\
21 ABOUT-NLS
15 USE \
16 ABOUT-NLS
2217
23 EXTRA_DIST = $(libhdatedoc_DATA) libhdate.pc.in libhdate.spec libhdate.spec.in
18 EXTRA_DIST = $(libhdatedoc_DATA) libhdate.pc.in
19
20 ACLOCAL_AMFLAGS = -I m4
3737 host_triplet = @host@
3838 DIST_COMMON = README $(am__configure_deps) $(srcdir)/Makefile.am \
3939 $(srcdir)/Makefile.in $(srcdir)/libhdate.pc.in \
40 $(srcdir)/libhdate.spec.in $(top_srcdir)/configure \
41 $(top_srcdir)/intl/Makefile.in ABOUT-NLS AUTHORS COPYING \
42 ChangeLog INSTALL NEWS TODO compile config.guess config.sub \
43 depcomp install-sh ltmain.sh missing mkinstalldirs
40 $(top_srcdir)/configure ABOUT-NLS AUTHORS COPYING ChangeLog \
41 INSTALL NEWS compile config.guess config.rpath config.sub \
42 depcomp install-sh ltmain.sh missing
4443 subdir = .
4544 ACLOCAL_M4 = $(top_srcdir)/aclocal.m4
46 am__aclocal_m4_deps = $(top_srcdir)/configure.in
45 am__aclocal_m4_deps = $(top_srcdir)/m4/gettext.m4 \
46 $(top_srcdir)/m4/iconv.m4 $(top_srcdir)/m4/intlmacosx.m4 \
47 $(top_srcdir)/m4/lib-ld.m4 $(top_srcdir)/m4/lib-link.m4 \
48 $(top_srcdir)/m4/lib-prefix.m4 $(top_srcdir)/m4/nls.m4 \
49 $(top_srcdir)/m4/po.m4 $(top_srcdir)/m4/progtest.m4 \
50 $(top_srcdir)/configure.in
4751 am__configure_deps = $(am__aclocal_m4_deps) $(CONFIGURE_DEPENDENCIES) \
4852 $(ACLOCAL_M4)
4953 am__CONFIG_DISTCLEAN_FILES = config.status config.cache config.log \
5054 configure.lineno configure.status.lineno
51 mkinstalldirs = $(SHELL) $(top_srcdir)/mkinstalldirs
52 CONFIG_CLEAN_FILES = libhdate.spec libhdate.pc intl/Makefile
55 mkinstalldirs = $(install_sh) -d
56 CONFIG_CLEAN_FILES = libhdate.pc
5357 SOURCES =
5458 DIST_SOURCES =
5559 RECURSIVE_TARGETS = all-recursive check-recursive dvi-recursive \
8488 distuninstallcheck_listfiles = find . -type f -print
8589 distcleancheck_listfiles = find . -type f -print
8690 ACLOCAL = @ACLOCAL@
87 ALLOCA = @ALLOCA@
8891 AMDEP_FALSE = @AMDEP_FALSE@
8992 AMDEP_TRUE = @AMDEP_TRUE@
9093 AMTAR = @AMTAR@
9396 AUTOHEADER = @AUTOHEADER@
9497 AUTOMAKE = @AUTOMAKE@
9598 AWK = @AWK@
96 BUILD_INCLUDED_LIBINTL = @BUILD_INCLUDED_LIBINTL@
97 CATOBJEXT = @CATOBJEXT@
9899 CC = @CC@
99100 CCDEPMODE = @CCDEPMODE@
100101 CFLAGS = @CFLAGS@
101 CFLAG_VISIBILITY = @CFLAG_VISIBILITY@
102102 CPP = @CPP@
103103 CPPFLAGS = @CPPFLAGS@
104104 CXX = @CXX@
117117 EXEEXT = @EXEEXT@
118118 F77 = @F77@
119119 FFLAGS = @FFLAGS@
120 GENCAT = @GENCAT@
121 GLIBC2 = @GLIBC2@
122 GLIBC21 = @GLIBC21@
120 GETTEXT_MACRO_VERSION = @GETTEXT_MACRO_VERSION@
123121 GMSGFMT = @GMSGFMT@
124122 GMSGFMT_015 = @GMSGFMT_015@
125123 GREP = @GREP@
126 HAVE_ASPRINTF = @HAVE_ASPRINTF@
127 HAVE_POSIX_PRINTF = @HAVE_POSIX_PRINTF@
128 HAVE_SNPRINTF = @HAVE_SNPRINTF@
129 HAVE_VISIBILITY = @HAVE_VISIBILITY@
130 HAVE_WPRINTF = @HAVE_WPRINTF@
131124 INSTALL_DATA = @INSTALL_DATA@
132125 INSTALL_PROGRAM = @INSTALL_PROGRAM@
133126 INSTALL_SCRIPT = @INSTALL_SCRIPT@
134127 INSTALL_STRIP_PROGRAM = @INSTALL_STRIP_PROGRAM@
135 INSTOBJEXT = @INSTOBJEXT@
136 INTLBISON = @INTLBISON@
137128 INTLLIBS = @INTLLIBS@
138 INTLOBJS = @INTLOBJS@
139 INTL_LIBTOOL_SUFFIX_PREFIX = @INTL_LIBTOOL_SUFFIX_PREFIX@
140129 INTL_MACOSX_LIBS = @INTL_MACOSX_LIBS@
141130 LDFLAGS = @LDFLAGS@
142131 LIBICONV = @LIBICONV@
143132 LIBINTL = @LIBINTL@
144 LIBMULTITHREAD = @LIBMULTITHREAD@
145133 LIBOBJS = @LIBOBJS@
146 LIBPTH = @LIBPTH@
147134 LIBS = @LIBS@
148 LIBTHREAD = @LIBTHREAD@
149135 LIBTOOL = @LIBTOOL@
150136 LN_S = @LN_S@
151137 LTLIBICONV = @LTLIBICONV@
152138 LTLIBINTL = @LTLIBINTL@
153 LTLIBMULTITHREAD = @LTLIBMULTITHREAD@
154139 LTLIBOBJS = @LTLIBOBJS@
155 LTLIBPTH = @LTLIBPTH@
156 LTLIBTHREAD = @LTLIBTHREAD@
157140 MAINT = @MAINT@
158141 MAINTAINER_MODE_FALSE = @MAINTAINER_MODE_FALSE@
159142 MAINTAINER_MODE_TRUE = @MAINTAINER_MODE_TRUE@
175158 PE_MODULES_PATH = @PE_MODULES_PATH@
176159 PKG_CONFIG = @PKG_CONFIG@
177160 POSUB = @POSUB@
178 PRI_MACROS_BROKEN = @PRI_MACROS_BROKEN@
179161 PY_CFLAGS = @PY_CFLAGS@
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259239 README\
260 hdate_README\
261240 COPYING\
262241 AUTHORS\
263242 ChangeLog\
264243 INSTALL\
265244 NEWS\
266 TODO\
267 USE\
268 ABOUT-NLS
269
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246 ABOUT-NLS
247
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309286 libhdate.pc: $(top_builddir)/config.status $(srcdir)/libhdate.pc.in
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314289 mostlyclean-libtool:
490465 distdir: $(DISTFILES)
491466 $(am__remove_distdir)
492467 mkdir $(distdir)
493 $(mkdir_p) $(distdir)/. $(distdir)/intl $(distdir)/po
468 $(mkdir_p) $(distdir)/. $(distdir)/m4 $(distdir)/po
494469 @srcdirstrip=`echo "$(srcdir)" | sed 's|.|.|g'`; \
495470 topsrcdirstrip=`echo "$(top_srcdir)" | sed 's|.|.|g'`; \
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586561 && dc_destdir="$${TMPDIR-/tmp}/am-dc-$$$$/" \
587562 && cd $(distdir)/_build \
588563 && ../configure --srcdir=.. --prefix="$$dc_install_base" \
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590564 $(DISTCHECK_CONFIGURE_FLAGS) \
591565 && $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) \
592566 && $(MAKE) $(AM_MAKEFLAGS) dvi \
0 Libhdate -
1
2 LibHdate is a small C,C++ library for Hebrew calendar, dates, holidays, and reading sequence
3
04 This library of functions are using the sorce code from
15 Amos Shapir's "hdate" package fixed and patched by Nadav Har'El.
26 See the original package's README (hdate_README)
711 patched by Nadav Har'El. The Torah reading sequence
812 is from tables by Zvi Har'El.
913
10 15 Adar II 5763 Shusan Purim
14 15 Adar II 5763 Shusan Purim, 19 March 2003
1115 kobi zamir <kzamir@walla.co.il>
1216 -------------------------------------
1317
1418 see USE file for usage.
1519
20 -------------------------------------
21 -------------------------------------
22
23 Below is the original README file from hdate 0.5p by Amos Shapir.
24
25 --------------------------------------
26
27 This is Amos Shapir's "hdate" package fixed and patched by Nadav Har'El.
28 Below is the original package's README - see NEWS for what changed.
29
30 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
31 This is the 5th distribution of hdate/hcal. It should be portable
32 anywhere, but for machines which have sizeof(int) != sizeof(long), you
33 may have to change a few 'int's to 'long', and suffix 'L' to some
34 constants; sorry, I have no way to tell which. It also expects the UNIX
35 "time.h" structures, but that shouldn't be hard to change to fit other
36 systems. If you port the code to any other system, please send the
37 diffs to the author for inclusion in the next release.
38
39 The files included herein are:
40 README - this file.
41 explain - an explanation of the algorithm.
42 hdate.6 - the man page (nroff/troff source).
43 Makefile
44 hdate.h - common definitions.
45 hdate.c - main source file for hdate.
46 hcal.c - main source file for hcal.
47 hcom.c - code common to both hdate & hcal.
48
49 Compilation options:
50
51 HEBREW - make a version that prints on a Hebrew printer/terminal, given
52 the "-h" flag. All Hebrew words are initialized in left-to-right
53 lower-case letters, and passed through the function rev() for
54 conversion. I have included a function which reverses them to
55 right-to-left order, and optionally converts to the ISO-8859/8 standard
56 or IBM representation. You may need to write your own rev() function to
57 convert to what your printer expects, or else delete it and pipe the
58 output through "rev", "tr" or "sed".
59
60 USA_DATE - make hdate accept the arguments as "month day year" instead
61 of the default "day month year" (note that hdate.6 has to be changed to
62 document this order).
63
64 Good Luck,
65 Amos Shapir
66 July 1992 - Tamuz 5752
67
68 Net: amos@cs.cs.huji.ac.il
69 Paper: The Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem, Dept. of Comp. Science.
70 Givat-Ram, Jerusalem 91904, Israel
71 Tel: +972 2 585706 GEO: 35 11 46 E / 31 46 21 N
72
+0
-17
current/TODO less more
0 libhdate (1.2.1)
1
2 * hcal example to print hebrew months and years
3 * configure.in - prefix for pascal, version for debian changlog
4 * mono binding usig swig
5 * ask eytan about the freanch
6 * clean the c code out of the pascal demo file ?
7
8 -- Yaacov Zamir <kzamir@wall.co.il> Tue, 15 Mar 2005 08:04:32
9
10 libhdate (0.16.3)
11
12 * Check date conversion, for more dates.
13 * More checks for Holyday function.
14 * More checks for Parasha function.
15
16 -- Yaacov Zamir <kzamir@wall.co.il> Mon, 21 Feb 2005 09:93:12
1010 # even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A
1111 # PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
1212
13 # codeset.m4 serial 2 (gettext-0.16)
14 dnl Copyright (C) 2000-2002, 2006 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
15 dnl This file is free software; the Free Software Foundation
16 dnl gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
17 dnl with or without modifications, as long as this notice is preserved.
18
19 dnl From Bruno Haible.
20
21 AC_DEFUN([AM_LANGINFO_CODESET],
22 [
23 AC_CACHE_CHECK([for nl_langinfo and CODESET], am_cv_langinfo_codeset,
24 [AC_TRY_LINK([#include <langinfo.h>],
25 [char* cs = nl_langinfo(CODESET); return !cs;],
26 am_cv_langinfo_codeset=yes,
27 am_cv_langinfo_codeset=no)
28 ])
29 if test $am_cv_langinfo_codeset = yes; then
30 AC_DEFINE(HAVE_LANGINFO_CODESET, 1,
31 [Define if you have <langinfo.h> and nl_langinfo(CODESET).])
32 fi
33 ])
34
35 # gettext.m4 serial 59 (gettext-0.16.1)
36 dnl Copyright (C) 1995-2006 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
37 dnl This file is free software; the Free Software Foundation
38 dnl gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
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40 dnl
41 dnl This file can can be used in projects which are not available under
42 dnl the GNU General Public License or the GNU Library General Public
43 dnl License but which still want to provide support for the GNU gettext
44 dnl functionality.
45 dnl Please note that the actual code of the GNU gettext library is covered
46 dnl by the GNU Library General Public License, and the rest of the GNU
47 dnl gettext package package is covered by the GNU General Public License.
48 dnl They are *not* in the public domain.
49
50 dnl Authors:
51 dnl Ulrich Drepper <drepper@cygnus.com>, 1995-2000.
52 dnl Bruno Haible <haible@clisp.cons.org>, 2000-2006.
53
54 dnl Macro to add for using GNU gettext.
55
56 dnl Usage: AM_GNU_GETTEXT([INTLSYMBOL], [NEEDSYMBOL], [INTLDIR]).
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59 dnl INTLSYMBOL should be 'external' for packages with no intl directory,
60 dnl and 'no-libtool' or 'use-libtool' for packages with an intl directory.
61 dnl If INTLSYMBOL is 'use-libtool', then a libtool library
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65 dnl $(top_builddir)/intl/libintl.a will be created.
66 dnl If NEEDSYMBOL is specified and is 'need-ngettext', then GNU gettext
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71 dnl INTLDIR is used to find the intl libraries. If empty,
72 dnl the value `$(top_builddir)/intl/' is used.
73 dnl
74 dnl The result of the configuration is one of three cases:
75 dnl 1) GNU gettext, as included in the intl subdirectory, will be compiled
76 dnl and used.
77 dnl Catalog format: GNU --> install in $(datadir)
78 dnl Catalog extension: .mo after installation, .gmo in source tree
79 dnl 2) GNU gettext has been found in the system's C library.
80 dnl Catalog format: GNU --> install in $(datadir)
81 dnl Catalog extension: .mo after installation, .gmo in source tree
82 dnl 3) No internationalization, always use English msgid.
83 dnl Catalog format: none
84 dnl Catalog extension: none
85 dnl If INTLSYMBOL is 'external', only cases 2 and 3 can occur.
86 dnl The use of .gmo is historical (it was needed to avoid overwriting the
87 dnl GNU format catalogs when building on a platform with an X/Open gettext),
88 dnl but we keep it in order not to force irrelevant filename changes on the
89 dnl maintainers.
90 dnl
91 AC_DEFUN([AM_GNU_GETTEXT],
92 [
93 dnl Argument checking.
94 ifelse([$1], [], , [ifelse([$1], [external], , [ifelse([$1], [no-libtool], , [ifelse([$1], [use-libtool], ,
95 [errprint([ERROR: invalid first argument to AM_GNU_GETTEXT
96 ])])])])])
97 ifelse([$2], [], , [ifelse([$2], [need-ngettext], , [ifelse([$2], [need-formatstring-macros], ,
98 [errprint([ERROR: invalid second argument to AM_GNU_GETTEXT
99 ])])])])
100 define([gt_included_intl],
101 ifelse([$1], [external],
102 ifdef([AM_GNU_GETTEXT_][INTL_SUBDIR], [yes], [no]),
103 [yes]))
104 define([gt_libtool_suffix_prefix], ifelse([$1], [use-libtool], [l], []))
105 gt_NEEDS_INIT
106 AM_GNU_GETTEXT_NEED([$2])
107
108 AC_REQUIRE([AM_PO_SUBDIRS])dnl
109 ifelse(gt_included_intl, yes, [
110 AC_REQUIRE([AM_INTL_SUBDIR])dnl
111 ])
112
113 dnl Prerequisites of AC_LIB_LINKFLAGS_BODY.
114 AC_REQUIRE([AC_LIB_PREPARE_PREFIX])
115 AC_REQUIRE([AC_LIB_RPATH])
116
117 dnl Sometimes libintl requires libiconv, so first search for libiconv.
118 dnl Ideally we would do this search only after the
119 dnl if test "$USE_NLS" = "yes"; then
120 dnl if { eval "gt_val=\$$gt_func_gnugettext_libc"; test "$gt_val" != "yes"; }; then
121 dnl tests. But if configure.in invokes AM_ICONV after AM_GNU_GETTEXT
122 dnl the configure script would need to contain the same shell code
123 dnl again, outside any 'if'. There are two solutions:
124 dnl - Invoke AM_ICONV_LINKFLAGS_BODY here, outside any 'if'.
125 dnl - Control the expansions in more detail using AC_PROVIDE_IFELSE.
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127 dnl documented, we avoid it.
128 ifelse(gt_included_intl, yes, , [
129 AC_REQUIRE([AM_ICONV_LINKFLAGS_BODY])
130 ])
131
132 dnl Sometimes, on MacOS X, libintl requires linking with CoreFoundation.
133 gt_INTL_MACOSX
134
135 dnl Set USE_NLS.
136 AC_REQUIRE([AM_NLS])
137
138 ifelse(gt_included_intl, yes, [
139 BUILD_INCLUDED_LIBINTL=no
140 USE_INCLUDED_LIBINTL=no
141 ])
142 LIBINTL=
143 LTLIBINTL=
144 POSUB=
145
146 dnl Add a version number to the cache macros.
147 case " $gt_needs " in
148 *" need-formatstring-macros "*) gt_api_version=3 ;;
149 *" need-ngettext "*) gt_api_version=2 ;;
150 *) gt_api_version=1 ;;
151 esac
152 gt_func_gnugettext_libc="gt_cv_func_gnugettext${gt_api_version}_libc"
153 gt_func_gnugettext_libintl="gt_cv_func_gnugettext${gt_api_version}_libintl"
154
155 dnl If we use NLS figure out what method
156 if test "$USE_NLS" = "yes"; then
157 gt_use_preinstalled_gnugettext=no
158 ifelse(gt_included_intl, yes, [
159 AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether included gettext is requested])
160 AC_ARG_WITH(included-gettext,
161 [ --with-included-gettext use the GNU gettext library included here],
162 nls_cv_force_use_gnu_gettext=$withval,
163 nls_cv_force_use_gnu_gettext=no)
164 AC_MSG_RESULT($nls_cv_force_use_gnu_gettext)
165
166 nls_cv_use_gnu_gettext="$nls_cv_force_use_gnu_gettext"
167 if test "$nls_cv_force_use_gnu_gettext" != "yes"; then
168 ])
169 dnl User does not insist on using GNU NLS library. Figure out what
170 dnl to use. If GNU gettext is available we use this. Else we have
171 dnl to fall back to GNU NLS library.
172
173 if test $gt_api_version -ge 3; then
174 gt_revision_test_code='
175 #ifndef __GNU_GETTEXT_SUPPORTED_REVISION
176 #define __GNU_GETTEXT_SUPPORTED_REVISION(major) ((major) == 0 ? 0 : -1)
177 #endif
178 changequote(,)dnl
179 typedef int array [2 * (__GNU_GETTEXT_SUPPORTED_REVISION(0) >= 1) - 1];
180 changequote([,])dnl
181 '
182 else
183 gt_revision_test_code=
184 fi
185 if test $gt_api_version -ge 2; then
186 gt_expression_test_code=' + * ngettext ("", "", 0)'
187 else
188 gt_expression_test_code=
189 fi
190
191 AC_CACHE_CHECK([for GNU gettext in libc], [$gt_func_gnugettext_libc],
192 [AC_TRY_LINK([#include <libintl.h>
193 $gt_revision_test_code
194 extern int _nl_msg_cat_cntr;
195 extern int *_nl_domain_bindings;],
196 [bindtextdomain ("", "");
197 return * gettext ("")$gt_expression_test_code + _nl_msg_cat_cntr + *_nl_domain_bindings],
198 [eval "$gt_func_gnugettext_libc=yes"],
199 [eval "$gt_func_gnugettext_libc=no"])])
200
201 if { eval "gt_val=\$$gt_func_gnugettext_libc"; test "$gt_val" != "yes"; }; then
202 dnl Sometimes libintl requires libiconv, so first search for libiconv.
203 ifelse(gt_included_intl, yes, , [
204 AM_ICONV_LINK
205 ])
206 dnl Search for libintl and define LIBINTL, LTLIBINTL and INCINTL
207 dnl accordingly. Don't use AC_LIB_LINKFLAGS_BODY([intl],[iconv])
208 dnl because that would add "-liconv" to LIBINTL and LTLIBINTL
209 dnl even if libiconv doesn't exist.
210 AC_LIB_LINKFLAGS_BODY([intl])
211 AC_CACHE_CHECK([for GNU gettext in libintl],
212 [$gt_func_gnugettext_libintl],
213 [gt_save_CPPFLAGS="$CPPFLAGS"
214 CPPFLAGS="$CPPFLAGS $INCINTL"
215 gt_save_LIBS="$LIBS"
216 LIBS="$LIBS $LIBINTL"
217 dnl Now see whether libintl exists and does not depend on libiconv.
218 AC_TRY_LINK([#include <libintl.h>
219 $gt_revision_test_code
220 extern int _nl_msg_cat_cntr;
221 extern
222 #ifdef __cplusplus
223 "C"
224 #endif
225 const char *_nl_expand_alias (const char *);],
226 [bindtextdomain ("", "");
227 return * gettext ("")$gt_expression_test_code + _nl_msg_cat_cntr + *_nl_expand_alias ("")],
228 [eval "$gt_func_gnugettext_libintl=yes"],
229 [eval "$gt_func_gnugettext_libintl=no"])
230 dnl Now see whether libintl exists and depends on libiconv.
231 if { eval "gt_val=\$$gt_func_gnugettext_libintl"; test "$gt_val" != yes; } && test -n "$LIBICONV"; then
232 LIBS="$LIBS $LIBICONV"
233 AC_TRY_LINK([#include <libintl.h>
234 $gt_revision_test_code
235 extern int _nl_msg_cat_cntr;
236 extern
237 #ifdef __cplusplus
238 "C"
239 #endif
240 const char *_nl_expand_alias (const char *);],
241 [bindtextdomain ("", "");
242 return * gettext ("")$gt_expression_test_code + _nl_msg_cat_cntr + *_nl_expand_alias ("")],
243 [LIBINTL="$LIBINTL $LIBICONV"
244 LTLIBINTL="$LTLIBINTL $LTLIBICONV"
245 eval "$gt_func_gnugettext_libintl=yes"
246 ])
247 fi
248 CPPFLAGS="$gt_save_CPPFLAGS"
249 LIBS="$gt_save_LIBS"])
250 fi
251
252 dnl If an already present or preinstalled GNU gettext() is found,
253 dnl use it. But if this macro is used in GNU gettext, and GNU
254 dnl gettext is already preinstalled in libintl, we update this
255 dnl libintl. (Cf. the install rule in intl/Makefile.in.)
256 if { eval "gt_val=\$$gt_func_gnugettext_libc"; test "$gt_val" = "yes"; } \
257 || { { eval "gt_val=\$$gt_func_gnugettext_libintl"; test "$gt_val" = "yes"; } \
258 && test "$PACKAGE" != gettext-runtime \
259 && test "$PACKAGE" != gettext-tools; }; then
260 gt_use_preinstalled_gnugettext=yes
261 else
262 dnl Reset the values set by searching for libintl.
263 LIBINTL=
264 LTLIBINTL=
265 INCINTL=
266 fi
267
268 ifelse(gt_included_intl, yes, [
269 if test "$gt_use_preinstalled_gnugettext" != "yes"; then
270 dnl GNU gettext is not found in the C library.
271 dnl Fall back on included GNU gettext library.
272 nls_cv_use_gnu_gettext=yes
273 fi
274 fi
275
276 if test "$nls_cv_use_gnu_gettext" = "yes"; then
277 dnl Mark actions used to generate GNU NLS library.
278 BUILD_INCLUDED_LIBINTL=yes
279 USE_INCLUDED_LIBINTL=yes
280 LIBINTL="ifelse([$3],[],\${top_builddir}/intl,[$3])/libintl.[]gt_libtool_suffix_prefix[]a $LIBICONV $LIBTHREAD"
281 LTLIBINTL="ifelse([$3],[],\${top_builddir}/intl,[$3])/libintl.[]gt_libtool_suffix_prefix[]a $LTLIBICONV $LTLIBTHREAD"
282 LIBS=`echo " $LIBS " | sed -e 's/ -lintl / /' -e 's/^ //' -e 's/ $//'`
283 fi
284
285 CATOBJEXT=
286 if test "$gt_use_preinstalled_gnugettext" = "yes" \
287 || test "$nls_cv_use_gnu_gettext" = "yes"; then
288 dnl Mark actions to use GNU gettext tools.
289 CATOBJEXT=.gmo
290 fi
291 ])
292
293 if test -n "$INTL_MACOSX_LIBS"; then
294 if test "$gt_use_preinstalled_gnugettext" = "yes" \
295 || test "$nls_cv_use_gnu_gettext" = "yes"; then
296 dnl Some extra flags are needed during linking.
297 LIBINTL="$LIBINTL $INTL_MACOSX_LIBS"
298 LTLIBINTL="$LTLIBINTL $INTL_MACOSX_LIBS"
299 fi
300 fi
301
302 if test "$gt_use_preinstalled_gnugettext" = "yes" \
303 || test "$nls_cv_use_gnu_gettext" = "yes"; then
304 AC_DEFINE(ENABLE_NLS, 1,
305 [Define to 1 if translation of program messages to the user's native language
306 is requested.])
307 else
308 USE_NLS=no
309 fi
310 fi
311
312 AC_MSG_CHECKING([whether to use NLS])
313 AC_MSG_RESULT([$USE_NLS])
314 if test "$USE_NLS" = "yes"; then
315 AC_MSG_CHECKING([where the gettext function comes from])
316 if test "$gt_use_preinstalled_gnugettext" = "yes"; then
317 if { eval "gt_val=\$$gt_func_gnugettext_libintl"; test "$gt_val" = "yes"; }; then
318 gt_source="external libintl"
319 else
320 gt_source="libc"
321 fi
322 else
323 gt_source="included intl directory"
324 fi
325 AC_MSG_RESULT([$gt_source])
326 fi
327
328 if test "$USE_NLS" = "yes"; then
329
330 if test "$gt_use_preinstalled_gnugettext" = "yes"; then
331 if { eval "gt_val=\$$gt_func_gnugettext_libintl"; test "$gt_val" = "yes"; }; then
332 AC_MSG_CHECKING([how to link with libintl])
333 AC_MSG_RESULT([$LIBINTL])
334 AC_LIB_APPENDTOVAR([CPPFLAGS], [$INCINTL])
335 fi
336
337 dnl For backward compatibility. Some packages may be using this.
338 AC_DEFINE(HAVE_GETTEXT, 1,
339 [Define if the GNU gettext() function is already present or preinstalled.])
340 AC_DEFINE(HAVE_DCGETTEXT, 1,
341 [Define if the GNU dcgettext() function is already present or preinstalled.])
342 fi
343
344 dnl We need to process the po/ directory.