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RedHat 9 (Linux i386) - man page for lrelease (redhat section 1)

lrelease(1)									      lrelease(1)

NAME
       lrelease - generate Qt message files from Qt Linguist translation files

SYNOPSIS
       lrelease [ options ] project-file
       lrelease [ options ] ts-files

DESCRIPTION
       This page documents the Qt Linguist Release tool for the Qt GUI toolkit.  Lrelease reads a
       qmake/tmake project file (.pro file) and converts the translation files (.ts files) speci-
       fied in it into Qt message files (.qm files) used by the application to translate.

       The  .qm  file  format is a compact binary format that provides extremely fast lookups for
       translations and that is used by Qt.

OPTIONS
       -help  Display the usage and exit.

       -verbose
	      Explain what is being done.

       -version
	      Display the version of lrelease and exit.

USAGE
       Here is an example .pro file that can be given to lrelease:

	   HEADERS	   = funnydialog.h \
			     wackywidget.h
	   SOURCES	   = funnydialog.cpp \
			     main.cpp \
			     wackywidget.cpp
	   FORMS	   = fancybox.ui
	   TRANSLATIONS    = gnomovision_dk.ts \
			     gnomovision_fi.ts \
			     gnomovision_no.ts \
			     gnomovision_se.ts

       When running lrelease on this project file, the Qt message files gnomovision_dk.qm, gnomo-
       vision_fi.qm,  gnomovision_no.qm  and  gnomovision_se.qm  will  be generated from gnomovi-
       sion_dk.ts, gnomovision_fi.ts, gnomovision_no.ts and gnomovision_se.ts, respectively.

       Lrelease can also be invoked with a list of .ts files to convert:

	   lrelease gnomovision_*.ts

SEE ALSO
       lupdate(1) and http://doc.trolltech.com/i18n.html

Trolltech AS				 18 October 2001			      lrelease(1)


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