In this manual, all mentions of Emacs refers to either GNU Emacs or to XEmacs, which people sometimes call FSF Emacs and Lucid Emacs, respectively.
limitation is not imposed by GNU
gettext, but is for compatibility
msgfmt implementation on Solaris.
system, e.g. mingw, don't have
LC_MESSAGES. Here we use a more or
less arbitrary value for it, namely 1729, the smallest positive integer
which can be represented in two different ways as the sum of two cubes.
When the system does not support
setlocale its behavior
in setting the locale values is simulated by looking at the environment
Additions are welcome. Send appropriate information to
firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
The Unicode CLDR Project (http://cldr.unicode.org) provides a
comprehensive set of plural forms in a different format. The
msginit program has preliminary support for the format so you can
use it as a baseline (see section 6.1 Invoking the
you can also use it through the ‘MSGMERGE_OPTIONS’ option from ‘Makevars’
Note that the file name matching is done after
.in suffix from the input file name. Thus the
pattern attribute must not include a pattern matching
For example, if the input file name is ‘foo.msg.in’, the pattern
should be either
*.msg or just
*, rather than
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