Documentation for GNU gettext
This package contains the HTML documentation for GNU gettext, as well as
simple "hello world" examples in several programming languages.
This directory contains simple examples of the use of GNU gettext.
Each example is a simple "hello world" program with a very small message
catalog, written in a particular programming language for a particular
Example Language GUI Environment
hello-c-gnome C GNOME
Before you read the hello.cs source code:
Preface about GUI Programming Methodologies
The traditional GUI programming methodology for Windows GUI programmers
is to assemble controls using a GUI builder. These GUI builders
don't have good techniques for determining the size and position of the
controls depending on their contents. Instead, they *hardcod
The gettext/PHP binding has a limitation: While it works fine for standalone
PHP programs, it cannot be used inside a web server, to translate parts of web
pages into the preferred encoding of user that makes a HTTP connection. The
reason is that a web server usually is multithreaded, and the gettext() API
relies on the process' global locale.
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
gettext (0.18.1.1-5ubuntu3) precise; urgency=low
* No-change rebuild to drop spurious libsfgcc1 d
2002-10-03 Stephan Kulow <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* made config.h.bot obsolete
2002-04-26 Stephan Kulo
This is the Debian prepackaged version of the GNU gettext utilities.
GNU gettext was written by Ulri
The language used by the program is not the one set by the environment variables
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