Unison with internationalized filenames (alpha-release)
- [The source code for the internationalized version is now available...]
We are happy to announce a new version of Unison with a user interface
based on Gtk 2.2, enabling display of filenames with any locale encoding.
Please note that this is a source-code-only alpha release, that it has
not been thoroughly tested, and that it is currently only known to work
smoothly with Linux and OSX (it *should* work with other platforms, but
there will probably be installation issues). To use it, you will need to
download the developer source tarball and recompile it from scratch. A
binary release will happen in due course, when we've shaken out the bugs.
- Stephen Tse and Benjamin Pierce
==== from src/README.gtk2
In order to use gtk2 with unison,
1) install glib, pango, gtk (version >2.2)
2) install lablgtk2 (version >20030423)
3) install unison (version >2.9.36)
Simply type 'make'.
Makefile will detect the presence of lablgtk2 directory
$(OCAMLLIBDIR)/lablgtk2 (such as /usr/local/lib/ocaml/lablgtk2/)
and use UISTYLE=gtk2 by default. If absent, it falls back to
lablgtk with UISTYLE=gtk, then back to UISTYLE=text.
You can force the selection by
or make UISTYLE=gtk
or make UISTYLE=text
4) setup your locale environment properly
for example, export LANG=zh_HK.BIG5-HKSCS
otherwise, you will get
Uncaught exception Glib.GError("Invalid byte sequence in conversion input")
5) enjoy unison with i18n!
For gtk2-specific questions, please contact
Stephen Tse <stse@...>
For general questions, please contact
Benjamin Pierce <bcpierce@...>
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