On Thu, Jan 13, 2005 at 09:23:06PM +0100, Jordi Vilalta wrote:
today I've tried to gettextize a collection of files at a time (I didn't
try it before) and I've found that po4a-gettextize only accepts one file
at a time. I think it's an annoying limit, that could be enhanced handling
the input files like po4a-updatepo does.
Martin, you gettextized the Perl documentation... did you use an external
script or am I missing something?
If you think it's a good idea to implement the multiple-files input, I can
do it (now I'll have some semi-vacation days ;)
no I gettextized each file one after the other (producing a whole bunch of
po files I merged afterward). The process was complicated enough so, and I
wouldn't have used a multi-file facility.
But the Perl story was clearly specific since the resulting pot file is over
5Mb (8Mb for the french po). For instant the first updating of the po took
over 24 hours on a *quick* dual processor G5...
So, I don't really know. If you think it could be useful, you're welcome to
try to implement this.
Thanks for your time,
PS: sorry for the delay.