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ppdpo(1)                                                            Apple Inc.                                                            ppdpo(1)

NAME
ppdpo - ppd message catalog generator SYNOPSIS
ppdpo [ -D name[=value] ] [ -I include-directory ] [ -o output-file ] source-file DESCRIPTION
ppdpo extracts UI strings from PPDC source files and updates either a GNU gettext or Mac OS X strings format message catalog source file for translation. The -D option sets the named variable for use in the source file. It is equivalent to using the #define directive in the source file. The -I option specifies an alternate include directory; multiple -I options can be supplied to add additional directories. The -o option specifies the output file. The supported extensions are ".po" or ".po.gz" for GNU gettext format message catalogs and ".strings" for Mac OS X strings files. SEE ALSO
ppdc(1), ppdhtml(1), ppdi(1), ppdmerge(1), ppdcfile(5) http://localhost:631/help COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2007-2011 by Apple Inc. 10 October 2008 CUPS ppdpo(1)

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ppdpo(1)							    Apple Inc.								  ppdpo(1)

NAME
ppdpo - ppd message catalog generator SYNOPSIS
ppdpo [ -D name[=value] ] [ -I include-directory ] [ -o output-file ] source-file DESCRIPTION
ppdpo extracts UI strings from PPDC source files and updates either a GNU gettext or OS X strings format message catalog source file for translation. The -D option sets the named variable for use in the source file. It is equivalent to using the #define directive in the source file. The -I option specifies an alternate include directory; multiple -I options can be supplied to add additional directories. The -o option specifies the output file. The supported extensions are ".po" or ".po.gz" for GNU gettext format message catalogs and ".strings" for OS X strings files. SEE ALSO
ppdc(1), ppdhtml(1), ppdi(1), ppdmerge(1), ppdcfile(5) http://localhost:631/help COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2007-2013 by Apple Inc. 23 April 2012 CUPS ppdpo(1)
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