<URL: http://bugs.freeciv.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=40443 >
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] - Mon Aug 18 13:04:45 2008]:
> Responding to myself...
> Le 17 août 08 à 01:03, FranÃ§ois Marlier a écrit :
> > <URL: http://bugs.freeciv.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=40443 >
> > Just a few things though, I have no clue how to define
> > NETWORK_CAPSTRING_MANDATORY and NETWORK_CAPSTRING_OPTIONAL so I both
> > set these to "" for now.
> Found in 'version.in', I tried setting NETWORK_CAPSTRING_MANDATORY
> "+2.1g" and OPTIONAL to "" but doing will break 'Start New Game' and
> 'Load Game' functionnalities. What should I do?
Excuse my curiousity, but why do want to define these? :)
> > Also what is that GGZ network thing? I left them undef, if some of
> > you can provide some basic #define values (or hints on places I can
> > lurk to get those, Makefile.in maybe?) so I can test that GGZ thing
> > with that port, I'm sure it will be a major improvement (is the old
> > game tracker dead or? I can't join it).
> Is GGZ, GTK only for now or can it be used with SDL?
Yes, GGZ is GTK-only for now. SDL support is on the wishlist but not on
the roadmap yet...
> > Oh, and if I can put right values for NEXT_STABLE_VERSION and
> > RELEASE_MONTH or would it be overkill?
> Found in 'version.in', so is now fixed.
> > cheers,
> > Francois
> > And... one day I'll have that gettext nls thing working! I
> > got rid of the embed gettext 0.17 framework and compiled with
> > provided "intl", I also discovered that it needs charset.alias
> > directory as LIBDIR... one day...
> This broken nsl really annoyed me, I did some progress (I guess).
> I generated .mo files with a recursive script using gettetxt
> command (basicaly doing a 'msgfmt $datadir/locale/$language_prefix/
> LC_MESSAGES/freeciv.mo $filename.po'). PACKAGE is defined to
> "freeciv" so I guess
> Set the right environment value for LC_MESSAGES (fr_FR.ISO8859-1) on
> my box.
> Took correct locale.alias from the X11 install on my box.
> Generated charset.alias (though it created only a * UTF-8 line, so I
> changed it to * ISO-8859-1) because OS wide /usr/lib/charset.alias
> was empty (is it safe to leave it empty?).
> Put charset.alias and locale.alias in the locale folder and defined
> LIBDIR, LOCALDIR and LOCALE_ALIAS_PATH to "$path_to_data_folder/
> Still no go...
> Now I'm wondering if 'plural.y' has to be compiled (In case it has
> be compiled by it's own I already know I have to use bison instead
> yacc to fix a '%pure_parser' syntax error) or the plural.c (line
> #line 1 "plural.y" is making some kind of inclusion so 'plural.y'
> doesn't have to be marked for compilation?
What gettext version/package are you using? I myself got nls working on
my ancient iBook after a year or so of struggling. ;)
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