Daniel Nylander (Freitag, 9. Januar 2009, 02:38): > I would also be happy to see a function like "make update-po-sv" > which updates the already existing PO files which the latest POT > files. Or does it already exist? I have added some new targets to Makefile.GNU: make -f Makefile.GNU update-po/xx/path/to/pofile.po will make a forced update for a single po-file; make -f Makefile.GNU force-po/xx/some/path/* will force updating all po-files in po/xx/some/path/ (but not recursively in the subdirectories of po/xx/some/path/). I also changed making of HTML previews (drafts), now make [-f Makefile.GNU] preview-xml/xx/path/to/xmlfile.xml will produce a single HTML file (remember that links can't work in those draft HTML files), make [-f Makefile.GNU] preview-src/path/to/xmlfile.xml will do the same for all languages (ALL_LINGUAS). The old syntax make [-f Makefile.GNU] src/path/to/xmlfile.draft or make [-f Makefile.GNU] xml/xx/path/to/xmlfile.draft will still work. make [-f Makefile.GNU] preview-po/xx/path/to/xmlfile.po will also make an HTML file (like "... preview-xml/xx/...). If you use 'Makefile.GNU' and you have xdg-open installed (package 'xdg-utils' on openSUSE), this command will also try to open the HTML draft file in a browser - don't know if this is nice or nonsense... Ulf
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