intltool 0.13 is available

A new release of the intltool package is available. The intltool package is
a set of tools for translating the contents of data files using the gettext
translation framework.

This new release, intltool 0.13, is compatible with packages that
expect to find it under the name intltool and the old name xml-i18n-tools.
The script xml-i18n-toolize is still present, and the old autoconf macros
are still supported.

All intltool and xml-i18n-tools users should upgrade to this new version.

Changes in intltool since version 0.12:

    - Handle desktop file entries with regexp metacharacters (Darin)
    - Add support for .caves files (Juan Pablo Mendoza)
    - Fix intl-prepare bug [missing chomp] (Edgar Luna)
    - Escape backslashes in output of intl-prepare (Frederic Crozat)
    - Look for both POTFILES.skip and POTFILES.ignore (Darin)
    - Fix bug in intltool -M where it doesn't find glade files (Kenneth)
    - Implement trial version of a cache (Kenneth)
    - Remove file type tags from POTFILES (ERDI Gergo)

You can find the source code for intltool 0.13 on gnome ftp:


If you have problems with intltool, please report bugs at

    -- Darin

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