Re: UTF8 encoding for all .po files

&Tgr;&eegr;&ngr; &Tgr;&egr;&tgr;, 24-04-2002 &sgr;&tgr;&igr;&sfgr; 14:21, &ogr;/&eegr; Stanislav Visnovsky &eacgr;&ggr;&rgr;&agr;&psgr;&egr;:
> On 24 Apr 2002, Simos Xenitellis wrote:
> > >
> > > Could I reencode all those files and commit them to
> >
> > That would be a good idea.
> >
> > I would suggst however to verify that the encoding for each file goes
> > well. The current scripts (from CVS:gnome-i18n/UTF-8) abort when they
> > find illegal ISO-8859-?, thus corrupting the translation.
> > An appropriate solution would be to empty the translation that does not
> > convert or signal the mistake.
> Technically, msgconv from GNU gettext 0.11 should be the best tool for
> encoding change (but never tried it myself).

Then someone should edit the CVS:gnome-i18n/UTF-8 scripts so that they
	"Deprecated; Use "msgconv" from gettext-0.11.x instead."

and announce this to the list (example title: "ANNOUNCE: Use msgconv
(gettext 0.11.x) instead of CVS:gnome-i18n/UTF-8/*")


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