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Re: RE: Doc .pot file creation

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2006-09-29 12:07:36 CEST
('binary' encoding is not supported, stored as-is) On Fri Sep 29 7:58 , Lübbe Onken sent:

>> PATHEXT=.COM;.EXE;.BAT;.CMD;.VBS;.VBE;.JS;.JSE;.WSF;.WSH tvdumpflags=8
>I don't have the dvdumpflags, but what does this do?!?

I have no idea.

>> ControlPanel->regional options
>> Your locale = English (United Kingdom)
>> Language settings = Western Europe and United States (only one
>> checked) Input Locale = English (United Kingdom)
>Obviously everything set to German here. I tried setting all to en_uk and
>rebooted my PC, but it didn't make a difference.
>Very disappointing.

Disappointing not to find the problem, but at least the solution doesn't involve
having to reboot your PC into en_uk ;-)

>You also must be using the same xml2po.py from the source tree or do you
>have a different installation hidden somewhere? Why the heck is your
>xml2po.py installation writing .pot files with utf-8 BOMs and correct utf-8
>encoding and mine isn't. Is there some magical switch somewhere in the
>python settings? Do you have a locale variable set somewhere? In a batch

Nope. I start a command prompt at TortoiseSVN/Doc and run "nant
buildfile:doc.build potfile" (OSLT, I forget the exact nant syntax). No batch
files of my own. The environment variables I posted were captured from that same
command prompt.

What about xml2po.py? Does it have a mailing list? Have you tried a newer version?

One thing that occurred to me is whether the header strings affect it. The date
in english is always plain ascii, but in German it can contain non-ascii. Does
the first text written affect the file encoding?


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