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       Internationalization and gettext 
              Patrick Powell
        Fri Sep  5 13:01:06 PDT 2003

Internationalization is done using the gettext
packages.   There are three possibilities to use this
functionality:

a)  no internationalization (default)
      ./configure
b)  nationalization if system supports it and gettext installed
    on your system:
      ./configure --enable-nls

You may discover that system support for NLS has been put into
/usr/local/{include,lib}.  Sometimes the C compiler does not
search these directories by default and you will need to use:

 configure 'CPPFLAGS=-I/usr/local/include' \
   'LDFLAGS=-L/usr/local/lib' --enable-nls



How to Install the gettext software:

1. Get the gettext distribution and install it on your local system

   ftp://prep.ai.mit.edu/pub/gnu/gettext-<version>

   Unpack it by using:

    tar zxvf gettext-<version>.tgz
    cd gettext-<version>

   Read the documentation.  It is pretty straight forward with
   respect to installation.

2. Create and/or update the configuration information using the
   CREATE_CONFIGURE script in the source directory:
   sh CREATE_CONFIGURE