Re: Using AS_ALL_LINGUAS instead of po/LINGUAS

On Fri, 2010-07-16 at 18:20 +0100, Ross Burton wrote:
> On Fri, 2010-07-16 at 18:21 +0200, Christian Persch wrote:
> > With the current scheme, we have po/LINGUAS which is disted
> > automagically. With your scheme, we need po/LINGUAS.ignore (which you
> > have to dist manually). 
> It's probably possible to get LINGUAS.ignore added to the dist
> automatically.
> > Also, if you add a new po/xx.po file, configure isn't re-run
> > automatically so the new entry isn't added to ALL_LINGUAS. This works
> > with the current po/LINGUAS file (since inltool's
> > evaluates the LINGUAS file at build time, not configure time). 
> Might be possible to inject some rules...  or we propose this as an
> option for intltool.
> The use-case for this was that with transifex the translators translate
> and submit .po files, but LINGUAS is never touched.  Obviously this
> often leads to tarballs shipping with lots of translations that are
> disabled...

That's a poor excuse for replacing a whole existing system.

I have 4 lines in shared-mime-info's to check for missing
translations on "check". And those rules would only really be useful for
modules that use transifex...

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