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Re: [Monotone-devel] Contradiction in

From: Thomas Keller
Subject: Re: [Monotone-devel] Contradiction in
Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2011 10:16:49 +0100
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Am 23.02.2011 07:42, schrieb Richard Levitte:
> I just had a closer look at the NLS support in, and I'm
> finding this (dist-nls used to be dist-local until that one needed
> expanding):
> ...
>                $(addprefix po/,$(addsuffix .merged.po, $(ALL_LINGUAS))) \
>                po/$(PACKAGE).pot
> ...
> dist-nls: $(ALL_GMOFILES)
>       cp $(ALL_GMOFILES) $(distdir)/po
> ...
> Now, I don't know about you, but to me, it seems contradictory to have
> the .gmo files be part of the distribution, but then have them wiped
> with 'make clean'.
> So, how shall we have it?  What's the reason for .gmo files to be part
> of the source distribution?  Or, if they really should be (I'm sure
> there is a good justification), why are they part of things to be
> cleaned with 'make clean'???

For me it sounds wrong to have the gmo files compiled in the tarball,
but there might have been a good reason why this has been the case in
the past. If there are no strong objections I'm all for removing the gmo
files from dist.


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