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Re: PO4a version used to build the Release Notes?

On Mon, Feb 02, 2009 at 11:04:51PM +0100, W. Martin Borgert wrote:
> On 2009-02-02 17:36, Javier Fernández-Sanguino Peña wrote:
> > Could someone please enlighten me as to which po4a version has been used to
> > generate (or update) the PO files for the Release Notes? I want to make sure
> > that I'm using the same as the one that will be used to build them.
> I originally used po4a on lenny, 0.34-2. Because www-master runs
> etch, it uses 0.29-1etch1. Updating po4a on www-master to the
> backported version is considered potentially harmful, because
> other documentation might break.
> The good news: We use a "custom" Docbook.pm file under
> release-notes/lib/Locale/Po4a/, which is only used for that
> document! AFAIK, it's compatible with both forementioned versions.

There seems to be something wrong here. <Indexterm> is supposed to be
'inline' in that release-notes/lib/Locale/Po4a/Docbook.pm file. However I get
po files with indexterm *not* inline.

> >From the Makefile:
> #UPDATEPO=PERLLIB=lib/ po4a-updatepo --previous --format docbook
> UPDATEPO=PERLLIB=lib/ po4a-updatepo --format docbook
> TRANSLATE=PERLLIB=lib/ po4a-translate --format docbook --keep 0

Ah... I see, it turns out my environment had PERL5LIB defined, and that
prevented this from working at all.

I'm going to regenerate all PO files for Spanish again then.



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