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Sun, 25 Jan 2009 21:04:52 +0100
./configure doesn't help. "make -f Smake" gives an error. Something like "There is no rule to create 'Smake'. Stopped".
To me it looks as if transforming from *.po to *.mo is the usual thing.
- When I google about this issue I see that .po is converted in .mo.
- When I look what happens, I see default message.mo is generated by msgfmt. And poEdit generates nl.mo
- nl.gmo is copied to .../nl/LC_MESSAGES/pspp.mo by "make install".
I am curieus, how do you generate the en_GB.gmo?
If I remember well, you use the GNome interface and I use the KDE. Could this be the difference?
2009/1/25 John Darrington <>
On Sun, Jan 25, 2009 at 01:27:37AM +0100, unknown-1 wrote:
Yes, and I see that make install tries to copy, but it is looking for nl.gmoI've never had to do that before. Perhaps you need to rerun
not nl.mo. If nl.mo is copied to nl.gmo make install copies the file to
./configure and/or make -f Smake
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or any PGP keyserver for public key.
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