Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 244049
POTFILES.in references an inexistent file (src/config.py)
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:12:07 EST
## Description of problem:
POTFILES.in references `src/config.py` which doesn't exist in CVS, making
automatic POT file generation fail:
po$ intltool-update --pot
/usr/bin/xgettext: error while opening "./../src/config.py" for reading: No such
file or directory
ERROR: xgettext failed to generate PO template file. Please consult
error message above if there is any.
Need this fixed for setroubleshoot to build correctly in the new WUI for fedora
fixed the POTFILES.in
BTW, setroubleshoot is no longer maintained in CVS, its in Mercurial
The statistics page  already uses the HG repo.
After doing an 'hg pull; hg update' you should be all set, let me know if you
have any further problems. BTW, I did a 'make update-po' today as well so the po
files should be ready for the translators.
The script that updates the statistics runs every a few hours, so the stats page
will soon be automatically updated.
Good thing that you merge the new strings to the PO files instead of leaving it
to the translator. This also makes the statistics look right for every language.
setroubleshoot split itself into two independent packages recently. The analysis
plugins where most of the translation work is was moved to
setroubleshoot-plugins in the plugins subdirectory. It has it's own po directory
independent of it's parent. Thus there are now two po directories:
I tried to update this information on the Fedora Translation Wiki a few weeks
ago but the page with the package information had disappeared. Getting this
information to the right folks has been on my todo list. Who should I contact
with this information or is there a new web page for updating package
I updated the translate.fedoraproject.org statistics page to reflect the two
different domains in the module (should be live in an hour).
Information that interest developers with translatable resources can be found
If there's a change in the configuration of the repo, a string freeze break, and
in general anything translators might want to know about, they always appreciate
a quick email to fedora-trans-list. :)