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intltool-update(8) [centos man page]

INTLTOOL-UPDATE(8)					      System Manager's Manual						INTLTOOL-UPDATE(8)

NAME
intltool-update - updates PO template file and merge translations with it SYNOPSIS
intltool-update [option]... intltool-update LANGCODE DESCRIPTION
intltool-update generates new po file templates from source code, and merges existing translations with these new po templates. You must change working directory to the subdirectory containing translations (usually "po/") before running intltool-update. OPTIONS
When executing intltool-update , only one mode of operation is allowed each time. Mode of operation -p --pot Generate po template (.pot) only. -s --headers Executes intltool-extract(8) to extract strings inside XML/INI style files listed in POTFILES.in, and writes the extracted strings into header files, so that the strings can be recognised by xgettext(1). -m --maintain Search for left out files, which should have been listed in POTFILES.in or POTFILES.skip. A list of all these files are written into another file called "missing". -r --report Display a status report for all translations in the software. -d LANGCODE --dist LANGCODE Merge LANGCODE.po with existing PO template. Other options -g NAME --gettext-package=NAME Manually specify PO template file name, instead of determining the name automatically from source. Useful with -p/--pot option. This option has an additional effect: the name of current working directory is no more limited to "po" or "po-*". -o FILENAME --output-file=FILENAME Manually specify output FILENAME after merging old translation with PO template. Useful either with -d/--dist option or without any option. -x --verbose Display lots of feedback. --version Show version information. --help Show usage and basic help information. EXAMPLES
Creates a new PO template from source code, and name it foo.pot: intltool-update --pot --gettext-package=foo Updates translation file xy.po using existing po template called "bar.pot", and writes output into "xy1.po": intltool-update --dist --gettext-package=bar --output-file=xy1.po xy Creates new PO template and updates translation file xy.po (xy.po is overwritten with new content): intltool-update xy (same as intltool-update --pot && intltool-update --dist xy) FILES
po/POTFILES.in Contains list of source files which contain translatable strings, one file per line. po/POTFILES.skip po/POTFILES.ignore (obsolete) Contains list of source files which should be ignored when searching for translatable strings. REPORTING BUGS
Report bugs to http://bugs.launchpad.net/intltool AUTHOR
Darin Adler <darin@bentspoon.com> Kenneth Christiansen <kenneth@gnu.org> Maciej Stachowiak <mjs@eazel.com> SEE ALSO
intltoolize(8), intltool-prepare(8), intltool-extract(8), intltool-merge(8), xgettext(1) intltool 2003-08-02 INTLTOOL-UPDATE(8)

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INTLTOOL-EXTRACT(8)					      System Manager's Manual					       INTLTOOL-EXTRACT(8)

NAME
intltool-extract - generate header files which can be read by gettext SYNOPSIS
intltool-extract [options]... SOURCE_FILE DESCRIPTION
intltool-extract extracts strings in the specified XML/INI type SOURCE_FILE and writes them into a C header file. Then xgettext(1) can merge these strings inside header file into po template. intltool-extract is usually not executed manually, but called from intltool-update(8) instead. OPTIONS
-l --local Creates a subdirectory under current working directory (named "tmp/") and writes files there. This option can't be used with --update option. --update Writes header file into the same directory the source file is in. New file name is the source file name appending ".h" extension. This option can't be used with -l/--local option. Besides, this option is the default option if neither --local nor --update is specified. --type=TYPE Specify the type of source file. Currently supported types are: "gettext/glade" (.glade, .glade2) "gettext/ini" (Generic INI file) "gettext/keys" (.keys) "gettext/rfc822deb" (RFC 822 format file) "gettext/quoted" (all strings within "") "gettext/schemas" (.schemas) "gettext/scheme" (.scm) "gettext/xml" (Generic XML file) -v --version Show version information. -h --help Show usage and basic help information. -q --quiet Be quiet while running. REPORTING BUGS
Report bugs to http://bugs.launchpad.net/intltool AUTHOR
Darin Adler <darin@bentspoon.com> Kenneth Christiansen <kenneth@gnu.org> Maciej Stachowiak <mjs@eazel.com> SEE ALSO
intltoolize(8), intltool-prepare(8), intltool-merge(8), intltool-update(8), xgettext(1) intltool 2003-08-02 INTLTOOL-EXTRACT(8)

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