Re: Bug#38107: new patch for man-db japanese support (need help for other langs)
Ah, I have mistake.
In <[🔎] 19990915181233Q.firstname.lastname@example.org>,
at Date: Wed, 15 Sep 1999 18:12:33 +0900,
Taketoshi Sano <email@example.com> writes:
> By the way, following this comment, there are lines below.
> /* as this is an optional argument */
> roff_device = (optarg ? optarg : "ps");
> troff = 1;
> But there is a line at 478:
> static const char args = "7DlM:P:S:adfhkVum:p:we:L:cr:";
> and a line at 466:
> static const char args = "7DlM:P:S:adfhkVum:p:tT:we:L:Zcr:X";
> Both of these two lines have "T:" as a optstring for getopt_long (at 983),
Easily noticable mistake. the line at 478 does not include "T:".
Sorry. But in this case, the line effective is at 466 only,
so the change of "T:" into "T::" is still valid. (at line 466 only, of course)
Maybe new macro definition is required for getopt_long effective with "::"
I found that manpages for man-db translated into Japanese
are included man-db-ja (JP Package). They are given from
JM Project (http://www.linux.or.jp/jman/ written in Japanese),
and can be used freely. Maybe the translation is not current
newest, or they may have some difference in detail, but evenif so,
I think it will be useful for novice user who requre Japanese
manpages for man-db package. Can you include them ?
I had not recieved the 2nd patch from Fabrizio, and I have not
tested it yet. I will check it at (maybe) tonight.
Taketoshi Sano: <firstname.lastname@example.org>,<email@example.com>,<firstname.lastname@example.org>