Commit 5fbd9e43 authored by Bruno Coudoin's avatar Bruno Coudoin

Updated by the gtk toolchain.

parent 5329289b
......@@ -37,82 +37,121 @@ export PANGO_RC_FILE="$bundle_etc/pango/pangorc"
export PYTHONPATH=$bundle_lib/python2.6/site-packages:$bundle_lib/python2.6/site-packages/gtk-2.0/:$bundle_lib/python2.6:$bundle_lib/python2.6/plat-darwin:$bundle_lib/python2.6/plat-mac:$bundle_lib/python2.6/lib-dynload
APP=gcompris
I18NDIR="$bundle_data/locale"
# Set the locale-related variables appropriately:
unset LANG LC_MESSAGES LC_MONETARY
unset LANG LC_MESSAGES LC_MONETARY LC_COLLATE
# Start by trying the Collation preference, in case it's the only setting that exists.
# Has a language ordering been set?
# If so, set LC_MESSAGES and LANG accordingly; otherwise skip it.
# First step uses sed to clean off the quotes and commas, to change - to _, and change the names for the chinese scripts from "Hans" to CN and "Hant" to TW.
APPLELANGUAGES=`defaults read .GlobalPreferences AppleLanguages | sed -En -e 's/\-/_/' -e 's/Hant/TW/' -e 's/Hans/CN/' -e 's/[[:space:]]*\"?([[:alnum:]_]+)\"?,?/\1/p' `
if test "$APPLELANGUAGES"; then
# A language ordering exists.
# Test, item per item, to see whether there is an corresponding locale.
for L in $APPLELANGUAGES; do
#test for exact matches:
if test -f "$I18NDIR/${L}/LC_MESSAGES/$APP.mo"; then
export LANG=$L
break
fi
#This is a special case, because often the original strings are in US
#English and there is no translation file.
if test "x$L" == "xen_US"; then
export LANG=$L
break
fi
#OK, now test for just the first two letters:
if test -f "$I18NDIR/${L:0:2}/LC_MESSAGES/$APP.mo"; then
export LANG=${L:0:2}
break
fi
#Same thing, but checking for any english variant.
if test "x${L:0:2}" == "xen"; then
export LANG=$L
break
fi;
done
fi
unset APPLELANGUAGES L
# If we didn't get a language from the language list, try the Collation preference, in case it's the only setting that exists.
APPLECOLLATION=`defaults read .GlobalPreferences AppleCollationOrder`
if test "${APPLECOLLATION}"; then
COLL=`ls -d /usr/share/locale/${APPLECOLLATION}*.UTF-8 2>> /dev/null`
if test "${COLL}"; then
# $COLL is potentially multi-line; concatenate lines by not using quotes.
export LANG=`echo ${COLL} | awk '{print $1}' | awk -F/ '{print $5}'`
fi
if test -z ${LANG} -a -n $APPLECOLLATION; then
if test -f "$I18NDIR/${APPLECOLLATION:0:2}/LC_MESSAGES/$APP.mo"; then
export LANG=${APPLECOLLATION:0:2}
fi
fi
if test ! -z $APPLECOLLATION; then
export LC_COLLATE=$APPLECOLLATION
fi
unset APPLECOLLATION COLL
unset APPLECOLLATION
# Continue by attempting to find the Locale preference.
APPLELOCALE=`defaults read .GlobalPreferences AppleLocale`
if test "${APPLELOCALE}"; then
LOCALELANG=`echo "${APPLELOCALE}" | awk -F@ '{print $1".UTF-8"}'`
if test -d "/usr/share/locale/${LOCALELANG}"; then
export LANG="${LOCALELANG}"
if test -f "$I18NDIR/${APPLELOCALE:0:5}/LC_MESSAGES/$APP.mo"; then
if test -z $LANG; then
export LANG="${APPLELOCALE:0:5}"
fi
fi
unset LOCALELANG
# If there is still no locale value, then set US English as a default.
if test -z "${LANG}"; then
export LANG=en_US.UTF-8
elif test -z $LANG -a -f "$I18NDIR/${APPLELOCALE:0:2}/LC_MESSAGES/$APP.mo"; then
export LANG="${APPLELOCALE:0:2}"
fi
# The AppleLocale setting may contain a currency-related substring.
# Attempt to act on it.
# First strip the string to just the currency symbol and the language symbol
APPLECURRENCY=`echo "${APPLELOCALE}" | awk -F= '{print $2}'`
APPLELANG=`echo "${APPLELOCALE}" | awk -F_ '{print $1}'`
if test "${APPLECURRENCY}"; then
# The user has set a currency different from that of their locale.
# Search for a locale that uses that currency, and set LC_MONETARY accordingly.
# First try to find an LC_MONETARY file that combines the language with the currency.
FILES=`find /usr/share/locale/${APPLELANG}*UTF-8 -name LC_MONETARY -exec grep -H $APPLECURRENCY {} \;`
if test -z "$FILES"; then
# Otherwise try to find any LC_MONETARY file that uses that currency.
FILES=`find /usr/share/locale/*UTF-8 -name LC_MONETARY -exec grep -H $APPLECURRENCY {} \;`
#Next we need to set LC_MESSAGES. If at all possilbe, we want a full
#5-character locale to avoid the "Locale not supported by C library"
#warning from Gtk -- even though Gtk will translate with a
#two-character code.
if test -n $LANG; then
#If the language code matches the applelocale, then that's the message
#locale; otherwise, if it's longer than two characters, then it's
#probably a good message locale and we'll go with it.
if test $LANG == ${APPLELOCALE:0:5} -o $LANG != ${LANG:0:2}; then
export LC_MESSAGES=$LANG
#Next try if the Applelocale is longer than 2 chars and the language
#bit matches $LANG
elif test $LANG == ${APPLELOCALE:0:2} -a $APPLELOCALE > ${APPLELOCALE:0:2}; then
export LC_MESSAGES=${APPLELOCALE:0:5}
#Fail. Get a list of the locales in $PREFIX/share/locale that match
#our two letter language code and pick the first one, special casing
#english to set en_US
elif test $LANG == "en"; then
export LC_MESSAGES="en_US"
else
LOC=`find $PREFIX/share/locale -name $LANG???`
for L in $LOC; do
export LC_MESSAGES=$L
done
fi
if test "$FILES"; then
# We found a locale that matches; set LC_MONETARY.
export LC_MONETARY=`echo ${FILES} | awk -F: '{print $1}' | awk -F/ '{print $5}'`
else
#All efforts have failed, so default to US english
export LANG="en_US"
export LC_MESSAGES="en_US"
fi
CURRENCY=`echo $APPLELOCALE | sed -En 's/.*currency=([[:alpha:]]+).*/\1/p'`
if test "x$CURRENCY" != "x"; then
#The user has set a special currency. Gtk doesn't install LC_MONETARY files, but Apple does in /usr/share/locale, so we're going to look there for a locale to set LC_CURRENCY to.
if test -f /usr/local/share/$LC_MESSAGES/LC_MONETARY; then
if test -a `cat /usr/local/share/$LC_MESSAGES/LC_MONETARY` == $CURRENCY; then
export LC_MONETARY=$LC_MESSAGES
fi
fi
if test -z "$LC_MONETARY"; then
FILES=`find /usr/share/locale -name LC_MONETARY -exec grep -H $CURRENCY {} \;`
if test -n "$FILES"; then
export LC_MONETARY=`echo $FILES | sed -En 's%/usr/share/locale/([[:alpha:]_]+)/LC_MONETARY.*%\1%p'`
fi
fi
fi
unset APPLECURRENCY APPLELANG APPLELOCALE FILES
# Has a language ordering been set?
# If so, set LC_MESSAGES accordingly; otherwise skip it.
APPLELANGUAGES=`defaults read .GlobalPreferences AppleLanguages | awk 'length > 2' | awk -F, '{print $1}' | sed s/\ //g | sed s/-/_/ | sed s/\"//g`
if test "$APPLELANGUAGES"; then
# A language ordering exists.
# Test, item per item, to see whether there is an corresponding locale.
for L in $APPLELANGUAGES
do
POS=`echo ${L} | awk '{print index(ENVIRON["LANG"], $0)}'`
if test $POS -eq 1; then
# The language symbol is a subset of the $LANG variable. We're done!
break
fi
# NOTE: the following may fail for the alternate Chinese localizations.
LC=`ls -d /usr/share/locale/${L}*.UTF-8 2>> /dev/null`
# $LC is potentially multi-line; concatenate lines by not using quotes.
if test $LC; then
# There is a UTF-8 locale matching this language.
export LC_MESSAGES=`echo ${LC} | awk '{print $1}' | awk -F/ '{print $5}'`
break
fi
done
#No currency value means that the AppleLocale governs:
if test -z "$LC_MONETARY"; then
LC_MONETARY=${APPLELOCALE:0:5}
fi
unset APPLELANGUAGES POS LC L
#For Gtk, which only looks at LC_ALL:
export LC_ALL=$LC_MESSAGES
unset APPLELOCALE FILES LOC
if test -f "$bundle_lib/charset.alias"; then
export CHARSETALIASDIR="$bundle_lib"
......
......@@ -36,82 +36,121 @@ export PANGO_RC_FILE="$bundle_etc/pango/pangorc"
export PYTHONPATH=$bundle_lib/python2.6/site-packages:$bundle_lib/python2.6/site-packages/gtk-2.0/:$bundle_lib/python2.6:$bundle_lib/python2.6/plat-darwin:$bundle_lib/python2.6/plat-mac:$bundle_lib/python2.6/lib-dynload
APP=gcompris
I18NDIR="$bundle_data/locale"
# Set the locale-related variables appropriately:
unset LANG LC_MESSAGES LC_MONETARY
unset LANG LC_MESSAGES LC_MONETARY LC_COLLATE
# Start by trying the Collation preference, in case it's the only setting that exists.
# Has a language ordering been set?
# If so, set LC_MESSAGES and LANG accordingly; otherwise skip it.
# First step uses sed to clean off the quotes and commas, to change - to _, and change the names for the chinese scripts from "Hans" to CN and "Hant" to TW.
APPLELANGUAGES=`defaults read .GlobalPreferences AppleLanguages | sed -En -e 's/\-/_/' -e 's/Hant/TW/' -e 's/Hans/CN/' -e 's/[[:space:]]*\"?([[:alnum:]_]+)\"?,?/\1/p' `
if test "$APPLELANGUAGES"; then
# A language ordering exists.
# Test, item per item, to see whether there is an corresponding locale.
for L in $APPLELANGUAGES; do
#test for exact matches:
if test -f "$I18NDIR/${L}/LC_MESSAGES/$APP.mo"; then
export LANG=$L
break
fi
#This is a special case, because often the original strings are in US
#English and there is no translation file.
if test "x$L" == "xen_US"; then
export LANG=$L
break
fi
#OK, now test for just the first two letters:
if test -f "$I18NDIR/${L:0:2}/LC_MESSAGES/$APP.mo"; then
export LANG=${L:0:2}
break
fi
#Same thing, but checking for any english variant.
if test "x${L:0:2}" == "xen"; then
export LANG=$L
break
fi;
done
fi
unset APPLELANGUAGES L
# If we didn't get a language from the language list, try the Collation preference, in case it's the only setting that exists.
APPLECOLLATION=`defaults read .GlobalPreferences AppleCollationOrder`
if test "${APPLECOLLATION}"; then
COLL=`ls -d /usr/share/locale/${APPLECOLLATION}*.UTF-8 2>> /dev/null`
if test "${COLL}"; then
# $COLL is potentially multi-line; concatenate lines by not using quotes.
export LANG=`echo ${COLL} | awk '{print $1}' | awk -F/ '{print $5}'`
fi
if test -z ${LANG} -a -n $APPLECOLLATION; then
if test -f "$I18NDIR/${APPLECOLLATION:0:2}/LC_MESSAGES/$APP.mo"; then
export LANG=${APPLECOLLATION:0:2}
fi
fi
if test ! -z $APPLECOLLATION; then
export LC_COLLATE=$APPLECOLLATION
fi
unset APPLECOLLATION COLL
unset APPLECOLLATION
# Continue by attempting to find the Locale preference.
APPLELOCALE=`defaults read .GlobalPreferences AppleLocale`
if test "${APPLELOCALE}"; then
LOCALELANG=`echo "${APPLELOCALE}" | awk -F@ '{print $1".UTF-8"}'`
if test -d "/usr/share/locale/${LOCALELANG}"; then
export LANG="${LOCALELANG}"
if test -f "$I18NDIR/${APPLELOCALE:0:5}/LC_MESSAGES/$APP.mo"; then
if test -z $LANG; then
export LANG="${APPLELOCALE:0:5}"
fi
fi
unset LOCALELANG
# If there is still no locale value, then set US English as a default.
if test -z "${LANG}"; then
export LANG=en_US.UTF-8
elif test -z $LANG -a -f "$I18NDIR/${APPLELOCALE:0:2}/LC_MESSAGES/$APP.mo"; then
export LANG="${APPLELOCALE:0:2}"
fi
# The AppleLocale setting may contain a currency-related substring.
# Attempt to act on it.
# First strip the string to just the currency symbol and the language symbol
APPLECURRENCY=`echo "${APPLELOCALE}" | awk -F= '{print $2}'`
APPLELANG=`echo "${APPLELOCALE}" | awk -F_ '{print $1}'`
if test "${APPLECURRENCY}"; then
# The user has set a currency different from that of their locale.
# Search for a locale that uses that currency, and set LC_MONETARY accordingly.
# First try to find an LC_MONETARY file that combines the language with the currency.
FILES=`find /usr/share/locale/${APPLELANG}*UTF-8 -name LC_MONETARY -exec grep -H $APPLECURRENCY {} \;`
if test -z "$FILES"; then
# Otherwise try to find any LC_MONETARY file that uses that currency.
FILES=`find /usr/share/locale/*UTF-8 -name LC_MONETARY -exec grep -H $APPLECURRENCY {} \;`
#Next we need to set LC_MESSAGES. If at all possilbe, we want a full
#5-character locale to avoid the "Locale not supported by C library"
#warning from Gtk -- even though Gtk will translate with a
#two-character code.
if test -n $LANG; then
#If the language code matches the applelocale, then that's the message
#locale; otherwise, if it's longer than two characters, then it's
#probably a good message locale and we'll go with it.
if test $LANG == ${APPLELOCALE:0:5} -o $LANG != ${LANG:0:2}; then
export LC_MESSAGES=$LANG
#Next try if the Applelocale is longer than 2 chars and the language
#bit matches $LANG
elif test $LANG == ${APPLELOCALE:0:2} -a $APPLELOCALE > ${APPLELOCALE:0:2}; then
export LC_MESSAGES=${APPLELOCALE:0:5}
#Fail. Get a list of the locales in $PREFIX/share/locale that match
#our two letter language code and pick the first one, special casing
#english to set en_US
elif test $LANG == "en"; then
export LC_MESSAGES="en_US"
else
LOC=`find $PREFIX/share/locale -name $LANG???`
for L in $LOC; do
export LC_MESSAGES=$L
done
fi
if test "$FILES"; then
# We found a locale that matches; set LC_MONETARY.
export LC_MONETARY=`echo ${FILES} | awk -F: '{print $1}' | awk -F/ '{print $5}'`
else
#All efforts have failed, so default to US english
export LANG="en_US"
export LC_MESSAGES="en_US"
fi
CURRENCY=`echo $APPLELOCALE | sed -En 's/.*currency=([[:alpha:]]+).*/\1/p'`
if test "x$CURRENCY" != "x"; then
#The user has set a special currency. Gtk doesn't install LC_MONETARY files, but Apple does in /usr/share/locale, so we're going to look there for a locale to set LC_CURRENCY to.
if test -f /usr/local/share/$LC_MESSAGES/LC_MONETARY; then
if test -a `cat /usr/local/share/$LC_MESSAGES/LC_MONETARY` == $CURRENCY; then
export LC_MONETARY=$LC_MESSAGES
fi
fi
if test -z "$LC_MONETARY"; then
FILES=`find /usr/share/locale -name LC_MONETARY -exec grep -H $CURRENCY {} \;`
if test -n "$FILES"; then
export LC_MONETARY=`echo $FILES | sed -En 's%/usr/share/locale/([[:alpha:]_]+)/LC_MONETARY.*%\1%p'`
fi
fi
fi
unset APPLECURRENCY APPLELANG APPLELOCALE FILES
# Has a language ordering been set?
# If so, set LC_MESSAGES accordingly; otherwise skip it.
APPLELANGUAGES=`defaults read .GlobalPreferences AppleLanguages | awk 'length > 2' | awk -F, '{print $1}' | sed s/\ //g | sed s/-/_/ | sed s/\"//g`
if test "$APPLELANGUAGES"; then
# A language ordering exists.
# Test, item per item, to see whether there is an corresponding locale.
for L in $APPLELANGUAGES
do
POS=`echo ${L} | awk '{print index(ENVIRON["LANG"], $0)}'`
if test $POS -eq 1; then
# The language symbol is a subset of the $LANG variable. We're done!
break
fi
# NOTE: the following may fail for the alternate Chinese localizations.
LC=`ls -d /usr/share/locale/${L}*.UTF-8 2>> /dev/null`
# $LC is potentially multi-line; concatenate lines by not using quotes.
if test $LC; then
# There is a UTF-8 locale matching this language.
export LC_MESSAGES=`echo ${LC} | awk '{print $1}' | awk -F/ '{print $5}'`
break
fi
done
#No currency value means that the AppleLocale governs:
if test -z "$LC_MONETARY"; then
LC_MONETARY=${APPLELOCALE:0:5}
fi
unset APPLELANGUAGES POS LC L
#For Gtk, which only looks at LC_ALL:
export LC_ALL=$LC_MESSAGES
unset APPLELOCALE FILES LOC
if test -f "$bundle_lib/charset.alias"; then
export CHARSETALIASDIR="$bundle_lib"
......
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