Dear Tim and Jerome:
I followed what that wiki pge said to do, the same one that Tim is speaking of. Here is what I got on the terminal:
installing hu.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/hu/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing zh_CN.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/zh_CN/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing cs.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/cs/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing da.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/da/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing de.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/de/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing es.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/es/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing fr.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/fr/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing it.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/it/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing nb.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/nb/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing nl.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/nl/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing nn.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/nn/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing pl.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/pl/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing pt_BR.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/pt_BR/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing pt_PT.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/pt_PT/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing ru.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/ru/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing sv.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/sv/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing fi.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/fi/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing lt.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/lt/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing sk.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/sk/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing bg.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/bg/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing hr.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/hr/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing sl.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/sl/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing ca.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/ca/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing sq.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/sq/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing he.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/he/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing uk.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/uk/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing ja.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/ja/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
installing vi.gmo as /usr/local/share/locale/vi/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo
So mine is working just fine! I do not understand why Tim is having the problem that he is???
My question is: why was the directory changed from /usr/share/locale/%(lang)s/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo to /usr/local/share/locale/%(lang)s/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo ?
I know that Fedora 17/18 has all of its translations in the first one as well as all of its:
application-registry applications icons info locale man mime mime-info pixmaps in /usr/share ?
Was this decision made because gramps is also placed in /usr/local/share?
Also I noticed in looking through /usr/local/share/locale, that there is only 28 languages in that directory but in trunk/po, there are 37 language codes???
Rob G. Healey
On 4 May 2012, at 19:46, Jérôme wrote:
> DeepConnectionsGramplet is an addon.
Since DeepConnections gramplet is an addon, it has no impact on the
timing of the 3.4 release (nor on the completeness of the roadmap).
I have updated the addons page here:
> Gramps is looking at multiple locations/domains for addons.
to describe how gramps 3.4 looks for addons. It no longer looks in two
places. The addons are installed through the Preferences dialogue
(except for some which are installed manually).
The problem I was having with translations is described below. For me
> Yes, there is still some minor translation issues (PlaceCompletion
> or domain with strings using markup into a .glade file ? , hardcoded
'make install' is installing the translation files in /usr/local/lib/
locale/<lg>/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo, but Gramps is not looking there for
the files. Maybe it is looking in /usr/local/share/locale, which is
where the wiki says the files are.
Am I doing something wrong (because I do not usually use the
translations)? If there is a real problem here, then it needs to be
resolved before the release.
Yes, let's ignore alternatives to make, because they are not relevant
> And I wanted to try to generate an alternative to current 'make.py'
> by using
> or 'argparse'
> Anyway, this is not specific to 3.4!
to the 3.4.0 release. (Rob is working on this under GEPS026 in the
> Tim Lyons a écrit :
>> Benny Malengier wrote
>>> 2012/4/6 Tim Lyons <guy.linton@>
>>>> Is there any appetite for doing 3.3.2? Given apparent shortage of
>>>> I would be inclined not to proceed with that.
>>> I would prefer if both are done.
>>> We just need someone to pull this, so we can ask Stephane to
>>> I have an important solicitation coming up, which is why I missed
>>> the end
>>> of March to finish up.
>>> As the major change is your citation change, perhaps you can
>>> finilize 3.4?
>>> So finish roadmap (by eg moving to 3.4.1), some final testing,
>>> installing gramps with make install, and testing the installed
>>> If this is ok, then you pass the baton to Stephane to decide on a
>>> time of
>>> release, which should be when you are actually available to help
>>> the days
>>> after release, should a follow up release be needed shortly after
>>> due to
>>> unforeseen problem.
>> The roadmap is now OK (0005702: "Fadder" in does not
>> look like a bug) I have done the make install, but the translations
>> installed in /usr/local/lib/locale/<lg>/LC_MESSAGES/gramps.mo, and
>> don't seem to be found there.
>> this page of the wiki:
>> says the translations are looked for in /usr/local/share/locale.
>> Which is right - am I doing something wrong - I am not very
>> familiar with
>> the translations?
>> Stephane, how are you fixed for bringing out a new release shortly?
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