Internationalization of neon
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/* Initialize translated error messages within neon. If 'encoding' is
* non-NULL, it specifies the character encoding for the generated
* translated strings. If it is NULL, the appropriate character
* encoding for the locale will be used.
* This call is only strictly necessary if either:
* a) neon has been installed into a different prefix than the
* gettext() implementation on which it depends for i18n purposes, or
* b) the caller requires that translated messages are in a particular
* character encoding.
* If ne_i18n_init() is never called, the message catalogs will not be
* found if case (a) applies (and so English error messages will be
* used), and will use the default character encoding specified by the
* process locale. The library will otherwise operate correctly.
* Note that the encoding used is a process-global setting and so
* results may be unexpected if other users of neon within the process
* call ne_i18n_init() with a different encoding parameter.
void ne_i18n_init(const char *encoding);
#endif /* NE_I18N_H */