From: Dom Lachowicz (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Sep 10 2002 - 19:47:00 EDT
On Tuesday, September 10, 2002, at 07:18 PM, Kenneth J.Davis wrote:
> I have only one question, is gettext actually ported to Windows... or
> at least 'clean' code that not only compiles on Windows (or name
> your favorite non-POSIX/UNIXish platform) but has no hard coded
> expectations of paths, temp directories, etc. ?
> We already have popt... so before adding another dependency
> that needs work on non-Unix platforms, I am just curious how
> much work will platform maintainers need to do? If it is
> like PNG/ZIP/etc then from its benefits I think it will be a
> great advantage and easy to use, but having never used it I am
> curious if anyone has experience with it on non-Unix platforms.
> I suppose Michael Pritchett or someone has already looked into
> this or at least aware of its use on other platforms.
Yeah, it works fine on Windows. GTK+ and Glib on windows use it, the
Gimp uses it, a bunch of command line tools use it. As far as I've
seen, it's very generic C code.
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