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Name: gettext-tools-32bit Distribution: openSUSE 12.1
Version: Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 9.1.1 Build date: Sat Oct 22 21:19:43 2011
Group: Development/Tools/Other Build host: build33
Size: 1727061 Source RPM: gettext-runtime-
Summary: Tools for Native Language Support (NLS)
This package contains the `intl' library as well as tools that ease the
creation and maintenance of message catalogs. With it you can extract
strings from source code. The supplied Emacs mode (po-mode.el) will aid
in editing these catalogs (called PO files, for portable object) and
add translations. A special compiler will turn these PO files into
binary catalogs.

    Ulrich Drepper <>
    Bruno Haible <>






* Sun Oct 02 2011
  - revert last change - it is not the testsuite that hangs
    but everything. The better workaround is to disable openmp
* Sat Oct 01 2011
  - add libtool as buildrequire to make the spec file more reliable
* Sat Oct 01 2011
  - Test suite hangs in qemu-arm due to bugs in the emulator
    workaround this issue.
* Thu Sep 29 2011
  - fix build
* Thu Sep 29 2011
  - disable openmp when qemu is used for building (like on arm)
* Fri Jan 07 2011
  - Also add gettext-tools to baselibs.conf, wine-devel now needs
* Tue Dec 21 2010
  - Update to 0.18.1. Changes since 0.17:
    Version 0.18.1 - June 2010
    * msggrep: A '$' anchor in a regular expression now also matches
      the end of the string, even if it does not end in a newline.
    * Dependencies:
      The libraries and programs are now linked with libunistring if
      this library is already installed.
    * Installation options:
      The configure option --with-cvs is deprecated. The 'autopoint'
      program will now use the 'git' program by default to compress its
      archive.  If the configure option --without-git is specified,
      'autopoint' will not rely on 'git', but will instead rely on a
      locally installed 3 MB large archive.
    Version 0.18 - May 2010
    * PO file format:
      There is a new field 'Language' in the header entry.  It denotes
      the language code (plus optional country code) for the PO file.
      This field can be used by automated tools, such as spell
      checkers. It is expected to be more reliable than looking at the
      file name or at the 'Language-Team' field in the header entry.
      msgmerge, msgcat, msgen have a new option --lang that allows to
      specify this field. Additionally, msgmerge fills in this new
      field by looking at the 'Language-Team' field (if the --lang
      option is not given).
    * xgettext and PO file format:
      For messages with plural forms, programmers can inform the
      translators about the range of possible values of the numeric
      argument, like this:
      /* xgettext: range: 0..15 */
      This information 'range: 0..15' is stored in the PO file as a
      flag attached to the message. Translators can produce better
      translations when they know that the numeric argument is small.
    * Colorized PO files:
      msgattrib, msgcomm, msgconv, msgen, msgfilter, msggrep, msginit,
      msgmerge, msgunfmt, msguniq, xgettext now have options --color
      and --style, like msgcat has since version 0.17.
    * msgmerge is up to 10 times faster when the PO and POT files are
      large. This speedup was contributed by Ralf Wildenhues.
    * msgcmp has a new option -N/--no-fuzzy-matching, like msgmerge has
      since version 0.12.
    * msgfilter now sets environment variables during the invocation of
      the filter, indicating the msgid and location of the messge being
    * xgettext now can extract plural forms from Qt 4 programs. The
      recommended xgettext command-line options for this case are:
    - -qt --keyword=tr:1,1t --keyword=tr:1,2c,2t --keyword=tr:1,1,2c,3t
    * xgettext --language=GCC-source now recognizes also the format
      strings used in the Fortran front-end of the GCC compiler, and
      marks them as 'gfc-internal-format'.
    * autopoint can now be used to update several PO directories all
    * PO mode changes:
    - PO files with plural entries are now correctly handled.
    - Editing a message with previous msgid (in comments) removes these
      comments.  Contributed by Noritada Kobayashi.
    * The po/Makevars file has a new field MSGMERGE_OPTIONS, that can
      be used to adjust msgmerge's operation.
    * The use of the macro AM_GNU_GETTEXT without 'external' argument
      and the --intl option of the gettextize program are deprecated
      and will be removed in the next release. Instead of including
      the intl sources in your package, we suggest making the libintl
      library an (optional) prerequisite of your package.
    * Updated the meaning of 'gcc-internal-format' to match GCC 4.3.
    * Installation options:
      The configure options --without-cvs and --with-git can be used to
      specify whether 'autopoint' will use the 'cvs' program, or the
      'git' program, or none at all. These options allow to trade
      dependencies against installed package size: If --without-cvs is
      specified and --with-git is not specified, 'autopoint' will not
      rely on 'cvs' or 'git', but will instead rely on a locally
      installed a 3 MB large archive.
    * Portability: The msgfilter program now also works on native Woe32
    - platforms. Compiled C# message catalogs now also work with
    - 'mono' versions from 2009
      or newer.
* Mon Jun 28 2010
  - use %_smp_mflags
* Fri Mar 05 2010
  - remove gettext-tools/gnulib-m4/openmp.m4: fix build with new
* Sun Dec 13 2009
  - add baselibs.conf as a source
* Tue Dec 08 2009
  - enable parallel building
* Thu Jul 23 2009
  - Synch po-mode.el with version from gettext CVS; for details, see the
    beginning of po-mode-cvs-2009-07-23.patch.



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