From: Richard Ash <richard@au...> - 2007-11-30 20:21:26
On Sun, 2007-11-25 at 13:22 +0100, Markus Meyer wrote:
> "make install" does not copy translations for me in CVS HEAD (using
> Ubuntu 7.10), but it used to do this in earlier versions. Bug?
I can't reproduce this. I haven't actually run a make install as root
(because I don't want mess on my system), but
$ make DESTDIR=/tmp/testroot/ install
puts all the files in the correct places, including a full set
of /tmp/testroot/usr/local/share/locale/ folders with translations. My
system copy of 1.3.4 has all it's translations installed correctly as
well, which implies that that worked.
You aren't trying to use a relative path as the destination directory
are you? This infallibly will cause this problem because the
translations install is done from within the locale directory, so the
relative path is used relative to the wrong place - look around your
build directory for a collection of lost translation files ...
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