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I found po4a when doing some translation, and found that there's not a complete Simplified Chinese translation for po4a, so I do the work. I create a project on transifex, a localization platform, see www.transifex.com/projects/p/po4a-translation. I wonder how could I see the final result? Where are the translation installed?
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Dear po4a developers,
thanks for your tool!
I am trying to use it to translate some latex files and found the
If anybody have multiple master documents and one of them has no EOL
before EOF then
(in case of TeX and LaTeX format) its last paragraph (which had no
finishing EOL) will be merged together with the leading paragraph of
the following master document.
The text and asciidoc formats do NOT display this behavior.
Please find a small test attached.
ps: i currently workaround this problem by adding EOL before EOF to
ALL master documents...
ps2: just in case: EOL=end of line character, EOF=end of file
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po4a-Bugs item #315040, was opened at 2015-04-06 14:57 by John Hein
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Submitted By: John Hein (gettowork-guest)
Assigned to: Nobody (None)
Summary: [patch] fix path to man pages when '--install_path man' is specified
If you call Build.PL with --install_path bindoc=/some/different/path, that path will not be where man pages go when you run 'Build install'. Instead it uses the man page installation directory from the default perl configuration.
'--install_path lib' and '--install_path bin' work as expected. But the bindoc specification is used in Po4aBuilder.pm's ACTION_install to override Module::Build's normal handling for some man pages. However, the man pages do not go to the install_path for bindoc specified by the command line --install_path option.
The attached patch attempts to fix the situation by using the 'install_path' set of directories when processing the mandir location.
To repeat the observed problem, try configuring by using something like the following:
perl Build.PL --destdir=/tmp --install_path lib=/some_nonexistent_temp_dir/lib/perl/site_perl --install_path bin=/some_nonexistent_temp_dir/bin --install_path script=/some_nonexistent_temp_dir/bin --install_path bindoc=/some_nonexistent_temp_dir/man/man1 --install_path libdoc=/some_nonexistent_temp_dir/lib/perl/site_perl/man/man3 --install_path man=/some_nonexistent_temp_dir/lib/perl/site_perl/man
Then install using:
perl Build --destdir=/tmp
Notice that some of the man pages are not installed under /tmp/some_nonexistent_temp_dir
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