I got the install from cpan working eventually.
Don't even understand what went wrong :-)
And the titles seem to work now, that's great!
On Mon, Oct 1, 2012 at 3:17 PM, D. Barbier <bouzim(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 2012/10/1 Anders Nawroth wrote:
>> I was wrong, we need text width; I checked in some commits to use
>> Unicode::GCString if available, thanks to both of you for the help.
>> The downside is that there is one new string in PO files.
> For me, it failed with:
> po4a::text: Detection of two line titles failed at
> Install the Unicode::GCString module!
> (so "use if available" doesn't seem to work?)
I was unclear; what I meant is that Unicode::GCString will be called
only if it is needed. And it is needed if a title line contains
But if your titles contain only ASCII characters, po4a will work even
if Unicode::GCString is not installed.
> I installed it from CPAN, and still get the same message.
> I currently run po4a using PERLLIB pointing to my own copy pf po4a.
> I tried copying the lib/ part of GCString into the same location, but
> that didn't work either.
> As you may recognize I'm not that used to Perl :-)
> Any pointers?
You must make sure that this module can be loaded:
$ perl -MUnicode::GCString -e ''
If there is an error, it has to be fixed first.
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