[Scribus] Did you forget to include locales?

Rolf-Werner Eilert eilert-sprachen
Fri Jan 11 12:51:39 CET 2008

Axel Bojer schrieb:
> Craig Ringer wrote:
>> Axel Bojer wrote:
>>> * I suppose I will have to build again to make this work, because the 
>>> only place I find this file is in the build directory. But perhaps:
>>> * Can this be corrected manually, f.i. by just changing one line manually?
>> It is possible to install the .qm files by hand to the correct location. 
>>   If I'm not mistaken you can just copy scribus/qm/*.qm in the build 
>> directory to share/scribus/translations in the install directory. For 
>> example, if you compiled in $HOME/build/scribus-133x and installed to 
>> /usr/local :
>> sudo cp $HOME/build/scribus-133x/scribus/qm/*.qm \
>>      /usr/local/share/scribus/translations
> Ah, the second try did it! On my first try I forgot to make the second 
> directory by hand, I only made the first, now it finally works, thanks :-)
>>> * diff /root/scribus- 
>>> /root/scribus-
>>> gives that they are identical. Do you mean both, then?
>> Those files tell the build tools how to compile files and where to 
>> install them. The problem is that the new version of Scribus looks 
>> somewhere different for translations, but the install scripts are still 
>> putting them in the old location.
>> This probably happened because almost nobody who regularly builds the 
>> software uses "configure" - they all use CMake, and the CMake files have 
>> been updated to install the translations in the new location.
> I see, so after install those are pretty much obsolete, since it works now.
>>> * Do this affect also those who has build with ./configure and make?
>> If I understand the situation correctly it affects only those who build 
>> with configure and make.
> Ok, that explains it :-)
> Perhaps the INSTALL-file could give us a hint about that?
> Do you have some link/short explanation for the use of cmake? I hope it 
> is just as easy as ./configure :-) -- for the next release, that is :-P

Ah, that did it here, too. I just took /usr/share... instead of 

Thanks a lot!


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