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gettext-runtime-0.21.1-1.6 RPM for i586

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Name: gettext-runtime Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 0.21.1 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 1.6 Build date: Sun Mar 19 19:35:54 2023
Group: Development/Tools/Other Build host: lamb54
Size: 2207892 Source RPM: gettext-runtime-0.21.1-1.6.src.rpm
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. It allows you to extract
strings from source code. The supplied Emacs mode (po-mode.el) helps
editing these catalogs (called PO files, for portable object) and
adding translations. A special compiler turns these PO files into
binary catalogs.




GPL-3.0-or-later AND LGPL-2.0-or-later


* Mon Oct 24 2022 Dirk Müller <>
  - update keyring for the last version update
* Sat Oct 15 2022 Stephan Kulow <>
  - Update to Version 0.21.1
    * Runtime behaviour:
    - On AIX, locale names with a script or with an uppercase language are now
      For example, sr_Cyrl_RS.UTF-8 is treated like sr_RS.UTF-8@cyrillic, and
      EN_US.UTF-8 is treated like en_US.UTF-8.
    * The base Unicode standard is now updated to 14.0.0.
    * Portability:
    - Building on macOS 11/arm64 is now supported.
    - Building on Linux/powerpc64le with glibc ≥ 2.35 is now supported.
* Fri Apr 08 2022 Fridrich Strba <>
  - Added patch:
    * gettext-0.21-jdk17.patch
      + Build with java source and target levels 1.8
      + Allows building with JDK17
      + Fixes build in Factory
* Mon Nov 29 2021 Michael Gorse <>
  - Remove libcroco from BuildRequires: it is now bundled internally.
* Fri Jan 22 2021 Dirk Müller <>
  - fixup libtextstyle autofoo with adding
* Fri Aug 07 2020 Marketa Calabkova <>
  - Add multiple new features (bsc#1165138)
  - Add patches:
    * 0001-msgcat-Add-feature-to-use-the-newest-po-file.patch
    * 0002-msgcat-Merge-headers-when-use-first.patch
  - Reintroduce autoreconf call
* Tue Jul 28 2020 Christian Vögl <>
  - Update to 0.21:
    * Programming languages support:
    - Shell:
      o xgettext now recognizes and ignores 'env' invocations and environment
      variable assignments in front of commands.
    - Java:
      o xgettext now recognizes format strings in the Formatter syntax.  They
      are marked as 'java-printf-format' in POT and PO files.
      o xgettext now recognizes text blocks as string literals.
    - JavaScript:
      xgettext parses JSX expressions more reliably.
    - Ruby:
      o xgettext now supports Ruby.
      o 'msgfmt -c' now verifies the syntax of translations of Ruby format
    * Improvements for translators:
    - When msgfmt writes a MO file, it now does so in such a way that processes
      that are currently using an older copy of the MO file will not crash.
    * Libtextstyle:
    - Added support for emitting hyperlinks.
    - New API for doing formatted output.
    - The example programs support the NO_COLOR environment variable.
* Tue Jul 07 2020 Christian Vögl <>
  - Fix boo941629-unnessary-rpath-on-standard-path.patch (boo#941629)
* Sun Apr 26 2020 Andreas Stieger <>
  - update to 0.20.2:
    * The programs 'gettext', 'ngettext', when invoked with option -e,
      now expand '\\' and octal escape sequences, instead of
      swallowing them
    * xgettext now recognizes 'gettext' program invocations with the
      '-e' option, such as gettext -e 'some\nstring\n'
    * xgettext now assumes a Python source file is in UTF-8 encoding
      by default, as stated in PEP 3120
    * The value of the 'Icon' property is no longer extracted into
      the POT file by xgettext
* Mon Jan 27 2020 Andreas Schwab <>
  - Don't disable openmp with qemu, the emulation works now
* Wed Jan 15 2020 Dominique Leuenberger <>
  - Add libtextstyle0 to baselibs.conf: gettext-runtime-32bit has a
    dependency on it, so we also need the library built as -32bit.



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