Re: libfoo2 vs. libfoo

Maciej Stachowiak <mjs noisehavoc org> writes: 
> Is there any way to do this without checking in a modified
> po/ Some scripts run gettextize and will
> overwrite this file. It also doesn't seem very robust against gettext
> version changes.

We shouldn't be running gettextize anyway. It creates the "intl"
subdir, which is _entirely_ useless throughout all of GNOME, because
GLib requires an actual gettext, you can't use the intl subdir. 
All should be using AM_GLIB_GNU_GETTEXT which handles
this correctly. Not to mention gettextize's busted-ass insistence on
modifying po/ChangeLog.

If we don't want to cut-and-paste the po/ around, we
should just have a "glib-gettexttize" that creates that file.


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