knocte at gmail.com
Thu Apr 13 05:38:56 EDT 2006
Yu Lindong escribi¨®:
> Atsushi Eno says:
>>> I am a student of China.
>>> I have translate the monodevelop 0.9 to zh_CN. Now I am testing is.
>>> When the monodevelop 0.10 was released, I want to update my .po file.
>>> But I can't get the pot file(get error) when use the
"intltool-update --pot" in 0.10 source .tar.gz package or the sources
from svn repository.
>>> What should I do?
>>> Maybe somebody can give me a pot file. Thanks!
>> What kind of "error" are you getting? If you don't have xgettext
>> try installing intltool.
>> BTW checking your translation directly in our svn would be better
>> than having your own translated MD ;-)
>> Atsushi Eno
> I have installed intltool.
> When I executed "intltool-update --pot" in sources .tar.gz package, some
> sources files couldn't be found. When I executed "intltool-update --pot"
> in sources from svn, the errors says it need a uniform encoding and set
> "#[encoding: UTF-8]" in POTFILES.in. But the POTFILES.in contains
> "#[encoding: UTF-8]". I don't know how to do.
It contains the line, but the '#' character means it is commented. I
don't know why it has been commented and by who, but this is a problem
also for my language (I have to de-comment it so as to be able to run
Andr¨¦s [ knocte ]
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