Quoting Sven Neumann <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> I don't think we should change this behaviour but we could very easily
> add another install target (for example called install-user) that
> installs the plug-in to the user's plug-in directory. This will only
> work for a small subset of plug-ins though. Most plug-ins handled by a
> gimp-plugin-template framework are complex plug-ins that install more
> than just a single plug-in. Usually there will be help files,
> translations, perhaps data files loaded at runtime. The extra
> installation target may make people think that the plug-in has been
> successfully installed with all its additional files while really only
> the exectuable has been installed. I am not convinved that it would be
> a good idea to do such a change.

This brings up an interesting question... is it possible to install a
plug-in in the user's directory, and have translations managed by
gettext? Where do the .mo files get installed in this case, and how can
one make gettext aware of them?


Dave Neary
Lyon, France
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