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include $(top_builddir)/Makefile.config
# Where to install the catalog files.
localedir = $(datadir)/locale
# These are for some reason not added magically to the Makefile.
MSGMERGE = msgmerge
# Name of the file containing the list of files to translate (used by
# xgettext)
POTFILES_ABS_LIST = potfiles.list
# Distributed elinks-*.tar.gz packages include po/*.gmo files, so that
# users can install ELinks even if they don't have a msgfmt program.
# However, if srcdir != builddir, then this Makefile ignores the *.gmo
# files in the srcdir and builds new ones in the builddir.
%.gmo: $(srcdir)/%.po
@rm -f -- "$@" && printf "%s: " "$*" \
&& $(GMSGFMT) --statistics -o "$@" -- "$<"
### The default rule
# Note: Target `all-local' must not depend on target '$(srcdir)/$(PACKAGE).pot',
# otherwise packages like GCC can not be built if only parts of the source have
# been downloaded.
# Note 2: We aren't gcc, we are ELinks. And I want that dependency ;-). --pasky
# Note 3: I changed my mind, it is really annoying if you just insert one line
# and suddenly you have tons of changes in all the .po files updating the line
# informations. --pasky
# $(CATALOGS) is empty if --disable-nls. Beats using *-(yes|no) targets.
all-local: $(CATALOGS)
### Creating the template po template file
# This pulls in _all_ .c and .h files in the src directory. Even files that has
# not been added to the git repo. Beware of junk entries!
@( cd $(top_srcdir); \
find src/ -type f -name '*.[ch]' -o -name options.inc -o -name 'actions-*.inc' | sort ) \
> $(srcdir)/$(POTFILES_ABS_LIST)
$(srcdir)/$(PACKAGE).pot: $(srcdir)/$(POTFILES_ABS_LIST)
$(XGETTEXT) --default-domain=$(PACKAGE) \
--directory=$(top_srcdir) \
--add-comments --language=C \
--keyword=_ --keyword=N_ --keyword=n_:1,2 --keyword=N__ -f $(srcdir)/$(POTFILES_ABS_LIST) \
&& test -f $(PACKAGE).po \
&& mv -f $(PACKAGE).po $(srcdir)/$(PACKAGE).pot
### Updating po and gmo files
# Update by merging all .po files with the .po template master file.
# It is possible to update only a single .po file by setting the PO variable to
# either <lang> or <lang>.po when calling make. Example: make update-po PO=is
update-po: Makefile $(srcdir)/$(PACKAGE).pot
@cd $(srcdir)
@$(foreach lang,$(basename $(if $(strip $(PO)),$(PO),$(GMOFILES))), \
echo -n "$(lang): "; \
if $(MSGMERGE) $(srcdir)/$(lang).po $(srcdir)/$(PACKAGE).pot -o $(lang).new.po; then \
mv -f $(lang).new.po $(srcdir)/$(lang).po; \
else \
echo "msgmerge failed!"; \
rm -f $(lang).new.po; \
fi; \
$(MAKE) update-gmo
update-gmo: Makefile $(GMOFILES)
### Check single or all po files
@$(foreach lang,$(basename $(if $(strip $(PO)),$(PO),$(GMOFILES))), \
echo -n "$(lang): "; \
$(GMSGFMT) --check --check-accelerators="~" --verbose --statistics -o /dev/null $(srcdir)/$(lang).po; \
### Installation and distribution
# Use *-local targets to place and remove .gmo files.
install-local: all-local
@$(foreach lang,$(basename $(if $(strip $(PO)),$(PO),$(CATALOGS))), \
$(MKINSTALLDIRS) $(DESTDIR)$(localedir)/$(lang)/LC_MESSAGES; \
$(call ncmd,installdata,$(lang).gmo,$(DESTDIR)$(localedir)/$(lang)/LC_MESSAGES/$(PACKAGE).mo); \
@rm -f $(PACKAGE).po *.new.po $(srcdir)/$(POTFILES_ABS_LIST)
include $(top_srcdir)/Makefile.lib