[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
Mon, 26 Jan 2009 11:38:21 +0100
2009/1/26, John Darrington
I am curieus, how do you generate the en_GB.gmo?
I type "make" and everything just works for me.
Just editing the .po file with an editor and that is it? "make" generates en_GB.gmo and "make install" installs it? (At this moment I can't reach my installation an can't check whether "make" generates the nl.gmo file.)
Are you sure there isn't some stray control character which has krept into your LINGUAS file?
I am sure. The LINGUAS file is interpreted correctly and make is reacting on the changes I made. I also tried nl_NL with the same result. Tried above en_GB and below... same result.
If I copy, after using poEdit, the po/nl.mo to po/nl.gmo or use "msgfmt nl.po -o nl.gmo" and use "make install" the translations become visuable in my installation on openSUSE.
BTW It seems the whole localization doesn't work on Cygwin. I have to investigate this further. If anybody has a hint about this.......