2010/5/26 Nicolas Dufour <nicoduf@...48...>:
That's what I first thought, but no, not exactly. btool will stop
if the following files (from gettext-0.17-win32\bin) are not in the devlibs\bin folder:
After copying these file, I've been able to run btool successfully. Thus I think
it's the minimum requirement if we want to use the context C_() macro. But we could
also copy all the gettext-0.17-win32\bin content with no risk, so that translators have
all the needed tools without having to download gettext.
I encountered that too. Right now I'm trying to build a version of
gettext 0.18 that links against intl.dll and iconv.dll from our
devlibs, so that the libraries are not duplicated. I also upgraded
Python to 2.6.5 and it appears to work correctly.
My only doubt is about the gettext lib and include folders. Do we
really need them?
No, they are not needed, as we use the headers from gettext-runtime
that come in the official GTK+ Windows bundle.