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Has anyone used gettext() with success (C++,Windows)?

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I have been using gettext() in PHP and it works great. Tried to do so in C++ and... there are numerous problems. Tried to google it but could not find any solution only a list of similar problems other people had (primarily ).

Have you used gettext() in your C/C++ project? Had you make it work?

I'm using Windows+MINGW+Code::Blocks.

 

 

At this point I'm considering writing my own .mo file parser, maybe that would be simplier :)

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Worked with it long ago with no problems, used in a portable win32/linux app.

See quick tutorial here: http://www.labri.fr/perso/fleury/posts/programming/a-quick-gettext-tutorial.html

The main "problem" you can hit with gettext - is when you want to change language explicitly. It's important to call setlocale(LC_ALL, "") and have LANGUAGE environment variable set to desired language. Normally gettext returns translations depending on system's settings, so if you want to change language from within the app - just putenv() LANGUAGE var explicitly.

Also pay attention to .mo files final location. It must be as described in tutorial, e.g. "top_translations_dir/language/LC_MESSAGES/domain.mo". In bold there's your language (en/fr/ja, etc), and text domain, top_translations_dir is location passed to bindtextdomain()

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4 hours ago, vstrakh said:

Worked with it long ago with no problems, used in a portable win32/linux app.

See quick tutorial here: http://www.labri.fr/perso/fleury/posts/programming/a-quick-gettext-tutorial.html

The main "problem" you can hit with gettext - is when you want to change language explicitly. It's important to call setlocale(LC_ALL, "") and have LANGUAGE environment variable set to desired language. Normally gettext returns translations depending on system's settings, so if you want to change language from within the app - just putenv() LANGUAGE var explicitly.

Exactly :) The most annoying part is you can't override the system settings (and tell gettext to use a desired language) and you are on the mercy of system settings.

And there is another problem, for some reason there is no putenv() function available "error: 'setenv' was not declared in this scope" (MinGW, Windows)... Which is quite weird... And, as I have heard, you can't make gettext work without setenv()...

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2 minutes ago, Acharis said:

And there is another problem, for some reason there is no putenv() function available

There's _putenv() on windows :)

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12 minutes ago, vstrakh said:

There's _putenv() on windows :)

Which is not available as well :) Same for _putenv_s() of course :)

There is SetEnvironmentVariable() but... it does not seem to have any effect.

It's as if everything related to setting system variables was not available or not working on my computer.

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