[MonoDevelop] generating pot file not working in trunk

hemant gethemant at gmail.com
Thu Feb 16 14:54:52 EST 2006

What exactly are these POTFILES.in ( some language stuff i guess?)

On Fri, 17 Feb 2006 00:18:53 +0530, Jacob Ilsø Christensen  
<jacobilsoe at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi.
> I created a small shell script which we could use to find missing  
> entries.
> It searches .cs files for GettextCatalog and lists those files not  
> present
> in POTFILES.in. It must be run from the po directory. It does not search
> glade, xml, boo or java files. Just wanted to hear if this is something  
> we
> could use and if so we can extend it with extra functionality. We might  
> also
> searc the opposite direction. I.e. list the files in POTFILES.in that no
> longer has calls to GettextCatalog, but I guess this is not as important.
> It seems that a bunch of files actually are missing from POTFILES.in.
> Any comments?
> /Jacob
> On 2/8/06, David Makovský (Yakeen) <yakeen at sannyas-on.net> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> we have inconsistent and broken POTFILES.in file in trunk...
>> That's not good situation for translators to keep updated translations,
>> shouldn't we include an rule for patches that this is rule to keep it
>> uptodate? Some notice on Wiki will help to remind people when doing
>> refactoring or adding new files with translation strings...
>> Have someone any ideas for automatic checks on commits?
>> Can we have some automatic method for notify translators that some files
>> have changed their strings?
>> Regards,
>> David Makovsky
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