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Old 03-24-2006, 07:02 AM   #1
mifi
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gettext and localization


Hi all, don't anybody know, what are conditions or another settings to correct working of gettext under the linux (SLES, RH)?

As default value, gettext is finding related *.mo files in /usr/lib/share/locale/<locale>/LC_MESSAGES. If you export eny locale (export locale LC_MESSAGES=<locale> in bash shell) and corresponding one exists in /usr/lib...., then gettext should take right translation from *.mo file. But it isn't able to do it in my case. I'm not sure why. Is there any special settings or anything else (shell, env variables, etc.)?

Every opinion would be appreciated.

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