Le mercredi 08 novembre 2006 Ã 20:25 +0100, Luca Ferretti a Ãcrit :
Il giorno mer, 08/11/2006 alle 19.40 +0100, Laurent Aguerreche ha scritto:Le mercredi 08 novembre 2006 Ã 17:21 +0100, Luca Ferretti a Ãcrit :Il giorno mer, 08/11/2006 alle 01.05 +0000, Jamie McCracken ha scritto:Luca Ferretti wrote: This is now in cvs for others to test - need to make sure you (devs) can all compile!Great! I'll start working on further l10n support (other command line tools, maybe a .desktop file for tracker-search-tool...)I would like to add that debian packages do not treat PO files now. "make dist" does not ship the intltool file built at ./autogen step, so I propose a patch for that and to clean built files during "make distclean". Without this patch, Tracker cannot be compiled from a archive generated by "make dist".Doh, that's true. I haven't tested the `make dist` ...About PO files, it seems that only one file translates all Tracker's binary files. So, how can I produce deb packages which only contain what they need : trackerd -> only translations for trackerd + tracker-extract, etc.multi-po is discouraged by GNOME l10n guidelines. And it's a mess to manage in a proper way. We can: A. add a 'tracker-data' package that could pack MO files and maybe in future stuff like icons, GConf schema files, glade files, gtk + XML menu definition files... (see nautilus-data in Ubuntu) B. put MO files in 'tracker' package (needed by 'tracker-utils' and 'tracker-gnome-search-tool'
I prefer the solution A to have a package which only contains platform-independent files. I made a translation for french... and it simply does not work :-D But translations are probably right so they should be added. Laurent.
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