On Jan 13 at 11:41, Dan Nelson spoke:

> In the last episode (Jan 13), Hanspeter Roth said:
> > Is gettext's application programming interface changing so often?
> > (Without staying compatible.)
> 
> Apparently so.  If the API doesn't change there's no reason to bump the
> version number.  Actually I should say ABI (API is the C-level
> interface, ABI is the object-level interface).  If some internal

What does ABI mean?

> gettext structure changes, the ABI may change without the API changing.

Is this new stuff in gettext really so useful?
Wouldn't it be enough to insert a new version of gettext into the
ports once a year?

-Hanspeter

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