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Re: [Nano-devel] the man pages of nano...

From: Mario Blättermann
Subject: Re: [Nano-devel] the man pages of nano...
Date: Wed, 11 Mar 2015 22:56:09 +0100
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Hi Benno,

Am 11.03.2015 um 21:49 schrieb Benno Schulenberg:
> Hello Mario,
> On Tue, Mar 3, 2015, at 20:57, Mario Blättermann wrote:
>> Then run "po4a po4a.conf", which updates the template, [...]
> How did you generate the first version of template.pot?
> Because when it is not there, it doesn't get generated.
> (But apparently a fake file with a single msgid in it is
> enough to make po4a update it to be a real POT file.)

address@hidden man]$ po4a-updatepo -f man -m nano.1 -m nanorc.5 -m rnano.1
-p i18n/template.pot

>> I'll further investigate what to do in the Autotools stack to get it built 
>> and
>> installed at end users (or packagers) side.
> Those are indeed the difficult parts.  :|

I've no experience with GNU Autotools. But I had already a first look at this
build system. The first step seems to be to create and add its file
path to the top-level To get the po files released, they have to be
added to EXTRA_DIST, but I don't know yet how to add "po4a po4a.conf" to get it
working. As far as I can remember, I've seen a sample somewhere on the
web (which adds some po4a-related stuff to the toolchain), but I don't find it
> Currently this is my po4a.conf, in the doc/ directory:
> [po_directory] l10n/
> [type: man] man/nano.1 $lang:l10n/$lang/nano.1 opt:"-v -k 0"
> [type: man] man/rnano.1 $lang:l10n/$lang/rnano.1 opt:"-v -k 0"
> [type: man] man/nanorc.5 $lang:l10n/$lang/nanorc.5 opt:"-v -k 0"
This seems to be OK so far.

I'll further look for a working example which match our needs.

Best Regards,

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