Intlize is a tool to provide internationalization to programs and libraries.
Gettext tools may be used to process the human readable files.
C and C++ runtime files are provided to be directly included in your sources.
On most systems, no arguments to configure and make are needed.
cd to the top-level source directory (where you found this README),
sudo make install
Useful options for configure may be:
without this argument, the package is installed in /usr/local/, i. e.,
programs in /usr/local/bin, libraries in /usr/local/lib, headers in /usr/local/include, etc.
With this argument given to configure, the package is installed in DIR.
E.g. ./configure --prefix=/usr installs programs in /usr/bin, libraries in /usr/lib, etc.
For additional information please refer to INSTALL.
What is new in this release:
- This release of libintlize returns an error message when i5e_getmsg is called before i5e_open. Older versions caused a segmentation fault in that case.
What is new in version 0.4.1:
- Koi8-r, koi8-u koi8-t and iso-8859-16 encodings have been added.
- The C++ runtime files have been modified to support these new encodings.