On Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 02:56:39PM +0200, Khaled Hosny wrote:
I actually wonder why the Debian rules file needs to explicitly list
the languages to be built, was it so that en-US is the first one as the
comment above it says, or are there other reasons?
1) en-US has to be the first. at least had to be in the past for configure
to actualy do the right thing.
2) we want tzpo have a choice what to include and what not. that means not ALL
languages which mightz be too less transalted ans increase the build time/uplload time/...
3) we need a list for packaging it up, do the package descriptions from etc.
We d*doÜ have custom rules which need to iterate over all the languages and
do stuff. (And we have rules to fix upstream brokeness up and to merge ca and ca_XV. Wouldn't be
possible or would be more complex with ALL there.
4) historical reasons :)
P.S.: Why on earth is libreoffice-l10n even in CC?
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