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+     gpe-today          |          [] []                         |
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+     gpe-todo           |          []                []          |
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+     lingoteach_lessons |                                        |
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+     mailutils          |                                        |
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+     make               |          []    [] [] []          [] [] |
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+     man-db             |          []                   () ()    |
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+     parted             |          []    []                []    |
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+     ptx                | []    [] [] [] []       [] []          |
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+     screem             |                                        |
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+     wastesedge         |          ()                            |
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+     wget               | []    [] []    [] [] [] []       []    |
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+     xchat              | []       []                      []    |
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+     xpad               |                                        |
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+                        +----------------------------------------+
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+     batchelor          |                                        |
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+     bluez-pin          |                                     [] |
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+     jpilot             |                ()    ()                |
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+     jwhois             |                []              []   [] |
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+     wget               |                []       []          [] |
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+     xchat              |       []       []                      |
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+     xpad               |                                     [] |
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+                        +----------------------------------------+
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501
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+     cpio               | []          []                 []         | 13
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+     diffutils          | []          []    []                 []   | 21
506
+     e2fsprogs          |                   []                      |  3
507
+     enscript           | []          []    []                      | 11
508
+     error              |    []             []                 []   | 14
509
+     fetchmail          |                   []                      |  7
510
+     fileutils          | []    []    []    []           []    []   | 15
511
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515
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519
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520
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521
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523
+     gnucash            |    []                                []   |  4
524
+     gnucash-glossary   |    []       []                       []   |  8
525
+     gnupg              |    []       []    []                 []   | 16
526
+     gpe-calendar       |                                      []   |  5
527
+     gpe-conf           |                                           |  3
528
+     gpe-contacts       |                                      []   |  4
529
+     gpe-edit           |                                      []   |  5
530
+     gpe-login          |                                      []   |  5
531
+     gpe-ownerinfo      |                                      []   |  7
532
+     gpe-sketchbook     |                                      []   |  5
533
+     gpe-timesheet      |                                      []   |  6
534
+     gpe-today          |                                      []   |  6
535
+     gpe-todo           |                                      []   |  6
536
+     gphoto2            |             []                 []         |  9
537
+     gprof              |             []    []                      |  7
538
+     gpsdrive           |    []       []                            |  3
539
+     grep               | []    []          [] []                   | 24
540
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541
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542
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543
+     indent             | [] []       []    []                      | 19
544
+     jpilot             |             []    []    []     []    []   | 10
545
+     jwhois             | ()          ()    []                 []   | 10
546
+     kbd                |             []    []                      |  8
547
+     ld                 |             []    []                      |  5
548
+     libc               |    []       []    []           []         | 20
549
+     libgpewidget       |                                           |  6
550
+     libiconv           | [] [] []    []    [] []                   | 21
551
+     lifelines          |             []                            |  2
552
+     lilypond           |             []                            |  4
553
+     lingoteach         |                                           |  2
554
+     lingoteach_lessons |                                ()         |  0
555
+     lynx               | []          []    [] []                   | 14
556
+     m4                 | []          []                 []         | 15
557
+     mailutils          |                                           |  2
558
+     make               | []          []    []           []         | 15
559
+     man-db             |             []                            |  6
560
+     mysecretdiary      |             []    []                      |  8
561
+     nano               | []          []       []                   | 15
562
+     nano_1_0           | []          []       []                   | 15
563
+     opcodes            |             []    []                      |  9
564
+     parted             |             []    []                      | 13
565
+     ptx                | []          []    []                      | 22
566
+     python             |                                           |  0
567
+     radius             |                                           |  0
568
+     recode             | []    []    []    []                      | 19
569
+     screem             |             []                            |  1
570
+     sed                |    [] []    []    [] []                   | 20
571
+     sh-utils           | []    []          []                      | 13
572
+     sharutils          | []          []    []                 []   | 16
573
+     sketch             |             []                            |  5
574
+     soundtracker       |             []                            |  7
575
+     sp                 |                   []                      |  3
576
+     tar                |    [] []    []    []           []         | 24
577
+     texinfo            | []          []    []           []         | 13
578
+     textutils          | []    []    []    []                 []   | 15
579
+     tin                |                                           |  1
580
+     util-linux         |             []    []                      | 14
581
+     vorbis-tools       | []                                        |  7
582
+     wastesedge         |                                           |  0
583
+     wdiff              | [] []       []    []                      | 17
584
+     wget               | [] [] []    []    [] []              []   | 25
585
+     xchat              |    [] []    []                            | 11
586
+     xpad               |                                           |  1
587
+                        +-------------------------------------------+
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+       50 teams           ru sk sl sr sv ta tr uk vi wa zh_CN zh_TW
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+       97 domains         32 19 16  0 56  0 48 10  1  1  12    23    913
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+
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+   Some counters in the preceding matrix are higher than the number of
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+visible blocks let us expect.  This is because a few extra PO files are
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+used for implementing regional variants of languages, or language
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+dialects.
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+
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+   For a PO file in the matrix above to be effective, the package to
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+which it applies should also have been internationalized and
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+distributed as such by its maintainer.  There might be an observable
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+lag between the mere existence a PO file and its wide availability in a
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+distribution.
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+
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+   If May 2003 seems to be old, you may fetch a more recent copy of
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+this `ABOUT-NLS' file on most GNU archive sites.  The most up-to-date
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+matrix with full percentage details can be found at
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+`http://www.iro.umontreal.ca/contrib/po/HTML/matrix.html'.
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+
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+Using `gettext' in new packages
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+===============================
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+
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+   If you are writing a freely available program and want to
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+internationalize it you are welcome to use GNU `gettext' in your
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+package.  Of course you have to respect the GNU Library General Public
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+License which covers the use of the GNU `gettext' library.  This means
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+in particular that even non-free programs can use `libintl' as a shared
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+library, whereas only free software can use `libintl' as a static
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+library or use modified versions of `libintl'.
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+
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+   Once the sources are changed appropriately and the setup can handle
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+the use of `gettext' the only thing missing are the translations.  The
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+Free Translation Project is also available for packages which are not
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+developed inside the GNU project.  Therefore the information given above
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+applies also for every other Free Software Project.  Contact
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+`translation@iro.umontreal.ca' to make the `.pot' files available to
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+the translation teams.
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