#3 #include <gettext.h> isn\'t guarded by ENABLE_NLS

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nobody
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2014-08-20
2006-04-01
No

if you don't want NLS, you probably don't want to
include gettext.h (eg. because it doesn't exist)

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  • Michael Speck

    Michael Speck - 2006-05-26
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  • Michael Speck

    Michael Speck - 2006-05-26

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    gettext.h uses ENABLE_NLS already

     
  • Patrick Georgi

    Patrick Georgi - 2006-05-26

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    except where gettext.h isn't installed at all

     
  • Patrick Georgi

    Patrick Georgi - 2006-05-31

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  • Patrick Georgi

    Patrick Georgi - 2006-05-31
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  • Michael Speck

    Michael Speck - 2006-06-01

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    I reference a hardcopy in subdir common, so it is definitely
    there.

     
  • Michael Speck

    Michael Speck - 2006-06-01
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  • Michael Speck

    Michael Speck - 2006-06-01
    • summary: #include <gettext.h> isn't guarded by ENABLE_NLS --> #include <gettext.h> isn\'t guarded by ENABLE_NLS
     

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