I try and remake the po files (if I remember) after I've added new stamps.

I can't work it out. Changing it to bin/bash doesn't help.

Adding in -v gives:

tuxpaint-stamps-zh_TW.po
....................................................................................
Read 1 old + 1 reference, merged 786, fuzzied 4, missing 0, obsolete 3.
msgmerge: `tuxpaint-stamps-zh_TW.po': No such file or directory

I have temporary files for all the po files which may be connected -

tuxpaint-stamps-zh_TW.po~

But the time stamps are at the same time as the .po, not from today.

Caroline


On 18 April 2010 19:33, Bill Kendrick <nbs@sonic.net> wrote:
On Sun, Apr 18, 2010 at 07:21:04PM +0100, Caroline Ford wrote:
>    Caroline-Fords-MacBook-Pro:po secret$ sh createpo.sh
>    >> ./tuxpaint-stamps.pot
>    tuxpaint-stamps-af.po
>    ....................................................................................
>    done.
>    msgmerge: `tuxpaint-stamps-af.po': No such file or directory
>
>    And so on for the entire list of po files. I guess I could really easily
>    break things by uploading those so I won't.

Hrm. Interesting.  I actually normally just run createpo & createtxt in a
directory on my tuxpaint.org server (where I won't feel the affect of the CPU and
bandwidth usage when I construct and upload the changes).  Since most translators
don't bother to go through these steps, I usually just go in and do it on
occasion (i.e., after I upload someone's updated po, or I notice someone has done
it themselves, via tuxpaint-cvs mailing list).

So, unless you have a specific reason you feel you need to run these, don't
worry about it.

It _would_ be nice to figure out why the script doesn't work on OS X, though.
Have you tried changing #!/bin/sh to #!/bin/bash in the shell script (just in
case there's a bashism in there), or running the msgmerge command manually
from a Terminal?

Thanks!

-bill!
Cc'ing tuxpaint-i18n

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