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* Copyright (c) 2010-2011 Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason
* This is a skeleton no-op implementation of gettext for Git.
* You can replace it with something that uses libintl.h and wraps
* gettext() to try out the translations.
#ifndef GETTEXT_H
#define GETTEXT_H
#if defined(_) || defined(Q_)
#error "namespace conflict: '_' or 'Q_' is pre-defined?"
#ifndef NO_GETTEXT
# include <libintl.h>
# ifdef gettext
# undef gettext
# endif
# define gettext(s) (s)
# ifdef ngettext
# undef ngettext
# endif
# define ngettext(s, p, n) ((n == 1) ? (s) : (p))
#define FORMAT_PRESERVING(n) __attribute__((format_arg(n)))
#ifndef NO_GETTEXT
void git_setup_gettext(void);
int gettext_width(const char *s);
static inline void git_setup_gettext(void)
static inline int gettext_width(const char *s)
return strlen(s);
static inline FORMAT_PRESERVING(1) const char *_(const char *msgid)
if (!*msgid)
return "";
return gettext(msgid);
const char *Q_(const char *msgid, const char *plu, unsigned long n)
return ngettext(msgid, plu, n);
/* Mark msgid for translation but do not translate it. */
#define N_(msgid) msgid
* Strictly speaking, this will lead to invalid C when
* used this way:
* static const char s[] = N_("FOO");
* which will expand to
* static const char s[] = ("FOO");
* and in valid C, the initializer on the right hand side must
* be without the parentheses. But many compilers do accept it
* as a language extension and it will allow us to catch mistakes
* like:
* static const char *msgs[] = {
* N_("one")
* N_("two"),
* N_("three"),
* };
* (notice the missing comma on one of the lines) by forcing
* a compilation error, because parenthesised ("one") ("two")
* will not get silently turned into ("onetwo").
#define N_(msgid) (msgid)
const char *get_preferred_languages(void);
int is_utf8_locale(void);