Re: [Gnucash-changes] r11921 - gnucash/trunk - adding a libqof file to translation list and script

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Re: [Gnucash-changes] r11921 - gnucash/trunk - adding a libqof file to translation list and script

Derek Atkins
Neil,

Neil Williams <[hidden email]> writes:

> +src/app-utils/test/test-exp-parser.c
> +src/app-utils/test/test-link-module.c
> +src/app-utils/test/test-print-parse-amount.c
> +src/app-utils/test/test-print-queries.c
> +src/app-utils/test/test-scm-query-string.c

Why did you re-add these files to POTFILES.in?

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Re: [Gnucash-changes] r11921 - gnucash/trunk - adding a libqof file to translation

Neil Williams-2
On Sunday 13 November 2005 5:47 pm, Derek Atkins wrote:

> Neil,
>
> Neil Williams <[hidden email]> writes:
> > +src/app-utils/test/test-exp-parser.c
> > +src/app-utils/test/test-link-module.c
> > +src/app-utils/test/test-print-parse-amount.c
> > +src/app-utils/test/test-print-queries.c
> > +src/app-utils/test/test-scm-query-string.c
>
> Why did you re-add these files to POTFILES.in?
I used the script - make-gnucash-potfiles - that I had just amended (via
make-gnucash-postfiles.in) to bring in the one libqof file. Should there be
an exclusion in the script for such files?

Do we need to carry POTFILES.in in SVN at all? There's no particular problem
having these files in POTFILES.in if they contain no translatable strings,
might as well leave it to the script? (isn't that why it's created?)

Whilst we are talking about files not needed in SVN (like those account
examples), what is the status of RPC? It's deprecated but is there a reason
to continue with it in svn?

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Re: [Gnucash-changes] r11921 - gnucash/trunk - adding a libqof file to translation

Derek Atkins
Quoting Neil Williams <[hidden email]>:

> On Sunday 13 November 2005 5:47 pm, Derek Atkins wrote:
>> Neil,
>>
>> Neil Williams <[hidden email]> writes:
>> > +src/app-utils/test/test-exp-parser.c
>> > +src/app-utils/test/test-link-module.c
>> > +src/app-utils/test/test-print-parse-amount.c
>> > +src/app-utils/test/test-print-queries.c
>> > +src/app-utils/test/test-scm-query-string.c
>>
>> Why did you re-add these files to POTFILES.in?
>
> I used the script - make-gnucash-potfiles - that I had just amended (via
> make-gnucash-postfiles.in) to bring in the one libqof file. Should there be
> an exclusion in the script for such files?

Saves time running gettext?

> Do we need to carry POTFILES.in in SVN at all? There's no particular problem
> having these files in POTFILES.in if they contain no translatable strings,
> might as well leave it to the script? (isn't that why it's created?)

Good question.  I think we need it in SVN in order to reduce the workload
of people building it..  So we don't need to include the make-potfiles
script in the build system.

> Whilst we are talking about files not needed in SVN (like those account
> examples), what is the status of RPC? It's deprecated but is there a reason
> to continue with it in svn?

I think it's safe to remove the RPC backend from gnucash/trunk at this time.
I suspect (but I'm not sure) that it's also safe to remove src/backend/net

-derek

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