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Re: [PATCH] make update-po workable

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  • Ben Schmidt
    ... I take, it seems, the reverse approach to Tony and use installvimbin frequently, so I d put in a vote for including that. Though what I d really use, if
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 28, 2008
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      Tony Mechelynck wrote:
      > On 21/07/08 22:44, Bram Moolenaar wrote:
      >> Markus Heidelberg wrote:
      >>
      >>> "make update-po" in the src/ directory aborts with an error. This adds
      >>> the missing update-po target in src/po/Makefile. Furthermore two other
      >>> targets are declared as phony.
      >> Thanks, I'll include it.
      >>
      >
      > If adding additional targets to some makefiles -- one target I use a lot
      > is installruntime (to install updated runtime files if there's been no
      > change in the other sources). Of course it's no big deal since I can
      > always use (with Gnu make)
      >
      > make -C src installruntime 2>&1 |tee instrt.log
      >
      > but it might be a good idea to include this target (and possibly a few
      > others too) among those which the top-level Makefile "automatically"
      > passes to src/Makefile.

      I take, it seems, the reverse approach to Tony and use installvimbin
      frequently, so I'd put in a vote for including that. Though what I'd
      really use, if there were such a target, is something to install
      everything but the runtime files, since I update them in place with aap,
      and so prefer not to clobber them when I patch and reinstall Vim.
      Not that it would actually make a difference to me, as I tend to use a
      script to do it all, rather than typing the patch, configure and make
      commands myself, but other users may have a similar usage pattern and
      may find it helpful.

      Smiles,

      Ben.



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