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gettext-runtime-32bit-0.22.5-2.1 RPM for x86_64

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Name: gettext-runtime-32bit Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 0.22.5 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 2.1 Build date: Thu Apr 4 11:10:05 2024
Group: Development/Tools/Other Build host: reproducible
Size: 1468172 Source RPM: gettext-runtime-0.22.5-2.1.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


* Thu Apr 04 2024 Dan Čermák <>
  - Add missing Requires: find to gettext-tools
* Mon Feb 26 2024 Dominique Leuenberger <>
  - Use %patch -P N instead of deprecated %patchN.
* Sat Feb 24 2024 Andreas Stieger <>
  - update to 0.22.5:
    * xgettext's processing of Vala files with printf method
      invocations has been corrected (regression in 0.22)
* Tue Feb 13 2024 Antonio Larrosa <>
  - Update to version 0.22.4
    * Bug fixes:
    - AM_GNU_GETTEXT now recognizes a statically built libintl on
      macOS and AIX.
    - Build fixes on AIX
  - Update to version 0.22.3
    * Portability:
    - The libintl library now works on macOS 14.  (Older versions
      of libintl crash on macOS 14, due to an incompatible change
      in macOS.)
  - Update to version 0.22.2
    * No information available upstream
  - Update to version 0.22.1
    * Bug fixes:
    - The libintl shared library now exports again some symbols
      that were accidentally missing.
    - xgettext's processing of large Perl files may have led to
    - "xgettext --join-existing" could encounter errors.
    * Portability:
    - Building on Android is now supported.
  - Update to version 0.22.0
    * PO file format:
    - When a #: line contains references to file names that contain
      spaces, these file names are surrounded by Unicode characters
      U+2068 and U+2069. This makes it possible to parse such
      references correctly.
    * Improvements for maintainers:
    - The AM_GNU_GETTEXT macro now defines two variables
      localedir_c and localedir_c_make, that can be used in C code
      or in Makefiles, respectively, for representing the value of
      the --localedir configure option.
    * Programming languages support:
    - C, C++:
      + xgettext now supports gettext-like functions that take wide
      strings (of type 'const wchar_t *', 'const char16_t *', or
      'const char32_t *') as arguments.
      + xgettext now recognizes numbers with digit separators, as
      defined by ISO C 23, as tokens.
      + xgettext and msgfmt now recognize the format string
      directive %b (for binary integer output, as defined by
      ISO C 23) in format strings.
      + xgettext and msgfmt now recognize the argument size
      specifiers w8, w16, w32, w64, wf8, wf16, wf32, wf64
      (as defined by ISO C 23) in format strings.
      + xgettext and msgfmt now recognize C++ format strings, as
      defined by ISO C++ 20.  They are marked as 'c++-format' in
      POT and PO files. A new example has been added,
      'hello-c++20', that illustrates how to use these format
      strings with gettext.
    - Java:
      + The build system and tools now also support Java versions
      newer than Java 11. This is known to work up to Java 20,
      at least. On the other hand, support for old versions of
      Java (Java 1.5 and GCJ) has been dropped.
      + Tcl: xgettext now supports the \x, \u, and \U escapes as
      defined in Tcl 8.6.
    * Portability:
    - On systems with musl libc, the *gettext() functions in libc
      now work with MO files generated from PO files with an
      encoding other than UTF-8. To this effect, the msgfmt program
      now converts the messages to UTF-8 encoding before storing
      them in a MO file.  You can prevent this byusing the msgfmt
    - -no-convert option.
    - On systems with musl libc, the *gettext() functions in libc
      now work with MO files generated from PO files with ISO C 99
      <inttypes.h> format string directive macros.  To this effect,
      the msgfmt program pre-expands strings with such macros. You
      can prevent this by using the msgfmt --no-redundancy option.
    * xgettext:
    - The xgettext option '--sorted-output' is now deprecated.
    - xgettext input files of type PO that are not all ASCII and
      not UTF-8 encoded are now handled correctly.
    * The base Unicode standard is now updated to 15.0.0.
    * Emacs PO mode:
    - Fix an incompatibility with Emacs version 29 or newer.
  - Rebase patches:
    * gettext-dont-test-gnulib.patch
    * 0001-msgcat-Add-feature-to-use-the-newest-po-file.patch
    * 0002-msgcat-Merge-headers-when-use-first.patch
  - Drop patch which isn't required anymore since newer java
    versions are already supported by upstream:
    * gettext-0.21-jdk17.patch
* Thu May 04 2023 Frederic Crozat <>
  - Add _multibuild to define additional spec files as additional
    Eliminates the need for source package links in OBS.
* 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



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