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Bug 591584 - Install latest gnome-doc-utils on progress
Install latest gnome-doc-utils on progress
Product: sysadmin
Classification: Infrastructure
Component: Packages
Other Linux
: Normal major
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Assigned To: GNOME Sysadmins
GNOME Sysadmins
Depends on:
Blocks: 593900 618126
Reported: 2009-08-12 17:16 UTC by Claude Paroz
Modified: 2010-05-09 21:02 UTC
See Also:
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Description Claude Paroz 2009-08-12 17:16:07 UTC
The first Mallard documentation has just landed in the Empathy module. To correctly extract strings from Mallard documents, we need the latest gnome-doc-utils version installed on (progress).
Comment 1 Claude Paroz 2009-09-02 20:53:37 UTC
Now we also need latest intltool (0.41.0), beacuse glib has a g_dngettext call that is not extracted by intltool before 0.41. Would you like another bug report for this?
Comment 2 Jeff Schroeder 2009-09-24 18:20:09 UTC
The latest gnome-doc-utils is now installed. Can you provide a new intltool package?
Comment 3 Claude Paroz 2009-09-24 21:10:27 UTC
Seeing the current karmic intltool package, it seems all the dependencies should be met. I've downloaded it on /home/users/claudep/intltool_0.41.0-0ubuntu1_all.deb

I think bkor previously installed a locally built intltool for 0.40.4 (run `which intltool-update`) so it might be a good idea to uninstall it before.
Comment 4 Olav Vitters 2009-09-25 08:02:17 UTC
I've upgraded progress to 9.04 instead of 8.04 before.

gnome-doc-utils 0.18.0-0ubuntu1
intltool 0.40.6-1
Comment 5 Claude Paroz 2009-10-12 16:13:03 UTC
Could you try to install the 0.41.0 deb package? 0.41 is required for glib as stated in comment 1
Comment 6 Olav Vitters 2010-05-09 03:14:58 UTC
Progress was updated recently to 10.04 LTS. I assume that is new enough?
Comment 7 Claude Paroz 2010-05-09 14:00:43 UTC
Thanks Olav for the upgrade. In fact, the customized version is currently hiding the more recent system one:

$ which intltool-update

$ /usr/local/bin/intltool-update --version
intltool-update (intltool) 0.40.4

$ /usr/bin/intltool-update --version
intltool-update (intltool) 0.41.0
Comment 8 Olav Vitters 2010-05-09 21:01:07 UTC

I really dislike whoever did that :-( :-( :-(

Everything should be packaged
Comment 9 Olav Vitters 2010-05-09 21:02:37 UTC
Removed the /usr/local/bin crap