Preprocessor directives and gettext - patch for pidgin-mtn/pidgin/gtkmain.c
pidgin at unreliablesource.net
Wed Sep 19 23:58:03 EDT 2007
On Wed, Sep 19, 2007 at 08:18:24PM -0600, David Mohr wrote:
> A simpler workaround would be to just use
> " --display=DISPLAY X display to use (Unix only)\n",
> and have it be displayed under Windows as well. Then it could be
> translated as one string again.
And an even better solution would be to not have to have pidgin simply
ignore the --display option. Is --display even the right syntax for GTK+?
Have they fallen that far from the X 'standards'? (Given a quick test with
gtk-demo it would seem that it is.)
Doing this correctly just requires two passes at the argument list once
before we initialize GTK+ and once afterwards (assuming we want to keep
the die-on-unrecognized-options behaviour we have now). If we don't mind
just ignoring unknown options it becomes easier, we just set opterr to 0
instead of 1.
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