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+Alessio Adamo <gianvacca@unity-linux.org>
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+* Sat Sep 05 2009 Gianvacca <gianvacca@unity-linux.org>
+- Initial release
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+include Rules.mk
+
+all: prep
+
+version:
+ @echo "$(PKGNAME), $(TRANSLATEMEVER)-$(TRANSLATEMEREL)"
+
+$(DBNAME): $(DBNAME).in
+ $(shell ./gen_database.sh)
+
+$(SCRIPTNAME).in: $(SCRIPTNAME).in.in
+ $(CAT) $(SCRIPTNAME).in.in | \
+ $(SED) -e 's,@PKGNAME@,$(PKGNAME),g' \
+ >$(SCRIPTNAME).in
+
+gen_script.sh: gen_script.sh.in
+ $(CAT) gen_script.sh.in | \
+ $(SED) -e 's,@SCRIPTNAME@,$(SCRIPTNAME),g' \
+ >gen_script.sh
+ $(CHMOD) 755 gen_script.sh
+
+$(SCRIPTNAME): $(SCRIPTNAME).in $(DBNAME) gen_script.sh
+ $(shell ./gen_script.sh)
+
+$(PKGNAME).spec.in: $(SCRIPTNAME)
+ $(CAT) $(PKGNAME).spec.in.in | \
+ $(SED) -e 's,@PKGNAME@,$(PKGNAME),g' | \
+ $(SED) -e 's,@SCRIPTNAME@,$(SCRIPTNAME),g' | \
+ $(SED) -e 's,@TRANSLATEMEVER@,$(TRANSLATEMEVER),g' | \
+ $(SED) -e 's,@TRANSLATEMEREL@,$(TRANSLATEMEREL),g' | \
+ $(SED) -e 's,@SPECDATE@,$(SPECDATE),g' | \
+ $(SED) -e 's,@ARCHIVEVER@,$(ARCHIVEVER),g' \
+ >$(PKGNAME).spec.in
+
+$(PKGNAME).spec: $(PKGNAME).spec.in
+ $(shell ./gen_spec.sh)
+
+spec: $(PKGNAME).spec
+
+prep: $(PKGNAME).spec
+ $(MKDIR) -p $(DISTDIR)/$(LANGPACKSDIR)
+ $(CP) -f $(SCRIPTNAME) $(DISTDIR)
+ $(CP) -f $(PKGNAME).spec $(DISTDIR)
+ $(CP) -f $(LANGPACKSDIST) $(DISTDIR)/$(LANGPACKSDIR)
+
+install:
+ $(MKDIR) -p $(DESTDIR)$(SHAREDIR)
+ $(MKDIR) -p $(DESTDIR)$(BINDIR)
+ $(INSTALL) -m 644 $(DISTDIR)/$(LANGPACKSDIR)/*.tar.xz $(DESTDIR)$(SHAREDIR)
+ $(INSTALL) -m 755 $(DISTDIR)/$(SCRIPTNAME) $(DESTDIR)$(BINDIR)
+
+install-doc:
+ $(MKDIR) -p $(DESTDIR)$(DOCDIR)
+ $(CP) -f $(DOCDIST) $(DOCDIR)
+
+clean:
+ $(RM) -rf $(TRANSLATEMEDIST)
+ $(RM) -rf $(DISTDIR)
+ $(RM) -f $(DBNAME)
+ $(RM) -f $(SCRIPTNAME).in
+ $(RM) -f $(SCRIPTNAME)
+ $(RM) -f $(PKGNAME).spec.in
+ $(RM) -f $(PKGNAME).spec
+ $(RM) -f gen_script.sh
+
+dist: prep
+ $(MKDIR) -p $(TRANSLATEMEDIST)/$(LANGPACKSDIR)
+ $(CP) $(DOCDIST) $(TRANSLATEMEDIST)
+ $(CP) $(BUILDDIST) $(TRANSLATEMEDIST)
+ $(CP) -f $(LANGPACKSDIST) $(TRANSLATEMEDIST)/$(LANGPACKSDIR)
+ $(TAR) --xz -cvf $(DISTDIR)/$(TRANSLATEMEDIST).tar.xz $(TRANSLATEMEDIST)
+ $(MD5SUM) $(DISTDIR)/$(TRANSLATEMEDIST).tar.xz >$(DISTDIR)/$(TRANSLATEMEDIST).tar.xz.md5
+ $(RM) -rf $(TRANSLATEMEDIST)
+
+rpm: dist
+ $(RPMBUILD) -ta $(DISTDIR)/$(TRANSLATEMEDIST).tar.xz --clean
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+# Adapted from Rules.mk in mklivecd project
+
+# Version identifiers: These should only be changed by the release
+# manager as part of making a new release
+PKGNAME=tinyme_localization
+SCRIPTNAME=translateme
+DBNAME=lang_database
+MAJORVER=0
+MINORVER=1
+PATCHVER=0
+RELVER=1
+CVSVER=yes
+
+# Automatic variable updates, leave alone
+TRANSLATEMEVER=$(MAJORVER).$(MINORVER).$(PATCHVER)
+ifeq "$(CVSVER)" "yes"
+ CVSDATE=$(shell date +%Y%m%d)
+ TRANSLATEMEREL=0.$(CVSDATE).$(RELVER)
+ ARCHIVEVER=$(TRANSLATEMEVER)-$(CVSDATE)
+else
+ TRANSLATEMEREL=$(RELVER)
+ ARCHIVEVER=$(TRANSLATEMEVER)
+endif
+SPECDATE=$(shell LC_ALL=C date +"%a %b %e %Y")
+
+# Internal directories: don't edit
+DISTDIR=dist
+LANGPACKSDIR=langpacks
+TRANSLATEMEDIST=$(PKGNAME)-$(ARCHIVEVER)
+
+# Destination directories: you can change the locations for your site either
+# here or as an override on the make command-line (preferred)
+DESTDIR=
+PREFIX=/usr
+SBINPREFIX=$(PREFIX)
+BINDIR=$(PREFIX)/bin
+LIBDIR=$(PREFIX)/lib/$(PKGNAME)
+SHAREDIR=$(PREFIX)/share/$(PKGNAME)
+DOCDIR=$(PREFIX)/share/doc/$(PKGNAME)-$(TRANSLATEMEVER)
+SBINDIR=$(SBINPREFIX)/sbin
+RCDIR=$(SHAREDIR)/init.d
+DESKTOPDIR=$(PREFIX)/share/applications
+LOCALEDIR=$(PREFIX)/share/locale
+
+# Utility programs: you can change the locations for your site either
+# here or as an override on the make command-line (preferred)
+BZIP2=$(shell which bzip2)
+CAT=$(shell which cat)
+CP=$(shell which cp)
+GZIP=$(shell which gzip)
+CHMOD=$(shell which chmod)
+INSTALL=$(shell which install)
+MD5SUM=$(shell which md5sum)
+MKDIR=$(shell which mkdir)
+LN=$(shell which ln)
+RM=$(shell which rm)
+RPMBUILD=$(shell which rpmbuild)
+SED=$(shell which sed)
+TAR=$(shell which tar)
+TOUCH=$(shell which touch)
+
+# langpacks/ content
+LANGPACKS=${wildcard $(LANGPACKSDIR)/*.tar.xz}
+
+# these are files in the root dir
+DOCDIST=\
+ AUTHORS \
+ CHANGELOG \
+ COPYING \
+ README
+
+BUILDDIST=\
+ Makefile \
+ Rules.mk \
+ $(SCRIPTNAME).in.in \
+ $(PKGNAME).spec.in.in \
+ $(DBNAME).in \
+ gen_database.sh \
+ gen_script.sh.in \
+ gen_spec.sh \
+ $(PKGNAME).spec
+
+# these are files in the langpack dir
+LANGPACKSDIST=\
+ $(LANGPACKS)
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+#!/bin/sh
+
+# Before proceeding, it cleans up the any previous generated file.
+rm -f lang_database
+
+# It generates a database which only contains the languages
+# for which a tarball with .mo files is provided.
+touch lang_database
+
+pushd langpacks 1> /dev/null
+for i in $(ls *.tar.xz); do
+ langcode=$(echo $i|cut -d. -f1)
+ grep "^$langcode;" ../lang_database.in >> ../lang_database
+done
+popd 1> /dev/null
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47 tinyme_localization/gen_script.sh.in
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+#!/bin/sh
+
+# Before proceeding, it cleans up the any previous generated file.
+rm -f @SCRIPTNAME@
+
+# It generates a script which handles only the supported languages.
+
+# First, it finds the position of the tags in @SCRIPTNAME@.in and how many
+# lines is composed of.
+c=1
+for tagname in @@LANGCODES@@ @@DESCRIPTIONS@@ @@LANGLIST@@; do
+ position[$c]=$(grep -n "$tagname" @SCRIPTNAME@.in|cut -f1 -d:)
+ ((c++))
+done
+
+numberoflines=$(grep -c ".*" lang_database)
+
+# The generation of @SCRIPTNAME@ starts here
+touch @SCRIPTNAME@
+
+sed -n "1,$[${position[1]}-1]p" @SCRIPTNAME@.in >> @SCRIPTNAME@
+
+c=1
+while [ $c -le $numberoflines ]; do
+ i=$(sed -n "${c}p" lang_database|cut -d';' -f1)
+ echo "\"$i\" \\" >> @SCRIPTNAME@
+ ((c++))
+done
+
+sed -n "$[${position[1]}+1],$[${position[2]}-1]p" @SCRIPTNAME@.in >> @SCRIPTNAME@
+
+c=1
+while [ $c -le $numberoflines ]; do
+ i=$(sed -n "${c}p" lang_database|cut -d';' -f3)
+ echo "\"$i\" \\" >> @SCRIPTNAME@
+ ((c++))
+done
+
+sed -n "$[${position[2]}+1],$[${position[3]}-1]p" @SCRIPTNAME@.in >> @SCRIPTNAME@
+
+c=0
+while [ $c -lt $numberoflines ]; do
+ echo " \"\${langcodelist[$c]}\" \"\${description[$c]}\" \"\${onoffvalue[$c]}\" \\" >> @SCRIPTNAME@
+ ((c++))
+done
+
+sed -n "$[${position[3]}+1],\$p" @SCRIPTNAME@.in >> @SCRIPTNAME@
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+#!/bin/sh
+
+# Before proceeding, it cleans up the any previous generated file.
+rm -f tinyme_localization.spec
+
+# It finds the position of the tags in tinyme_localization.spec.in and how many
+# languages are supported.
+c=1
+for tagname in @@DATAPACKAGES@@ @@FILESDATAPKGS@@; do
+ position[$c]=$(grep -n "$tagname" tinyme_localization.spec.in|cut -f1 -d:)
+ ((c++))
+done
+
+numberoflines=$(grep -c ".*" lang_database)
+
+# The generation of translateme starts here
+touch tinyme_localization.spec
+
+sed -n "1,$[${position[1]}-1]p" tinyme_localization.spec.in >> tinyme_localization.spec
+
+c=1
+while [ $c -le $numberoflines ]; do
+ langcode=$(sed -n "${c}p" lang_database|cut -d';' -f1)
+ extlang=$(sed -n "${c}p" lang_database|cut -d';' -f2)
+ echo -e "%package $langcode
+Group: System/Internationalization
+Summary: Data for TinyMe localization in $extlang
+Requires: tinyme_localization-common
+
+%description $langcode
+It provides data for localization of a fresh TinyMe install in $extlang.
+" \
+ >> tinyme_localization.spec
+ ((c++))
+done
+
+sed -n "$[${position[1]}+1],$[${position[2]}-1]p" tinyme_localization.spec.in >> tinyme_localization.spec
+
+c=1
+while [ $c -le $numberoflines ]; do
+ langcode=$(sed -n "${c}p" lang_database|cut -d';' -f1)
+ echo -e "%files $langcode
+%defattr(-,root,root,-)
+%{_datadir}/%{name}/$langcode.tar.xz
+" \
+ >> tinyme_localization.spec
+ ((c++))
+done
+
+sed -n "$[${position[2]}+1],\$p" tinyme_localization.spec.in >> tinyme_localization.spec
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+it;Italian;Italian translation files
+fr;French;French translation files
+de;German;German translation files
+es;Spanish;Spanish translation files
+hu;Hungarian;Hungarian translation files
+nl;Dutch;Dutch translation files
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55 tinyme_localization/tinyme_localization.spec.in.in
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+%define name @PKGNAME@
+%define scriptname @SCRIPTNAME@
+%define version @TRANSLATEMEVER@
+%define release %mkrel @TRANSLATEMEREL@
+
+
+Summary: Easy localization of a fresh TinyMe install
+Name: %{name}
+Version: %{version}
+Release: %{release}
+License: GPL
+Group: System/Internationalization
+URL: http://www.unity-linux.org/
+Source0: %{name}-@ARCHIVEVER@.tar.xz
+BuildArch: noarch
+BuildRoot: %{_tmppath}/%{name}-%{version}-%{release}-buildroot
+
+%description
+It provides a script for localization of the packages which come with a TinyMe
+fresh install. It permits to have a fully localized install without reinstalling
+all packages.
+
+%package common
+Group: System/Internationalization
+Summary: Script for TinyMe localization
+Requires: Xdialog
+
+%description common
+It provides a script for localization of the packages which come with a TinyMe
+fresh install. It permits to have a fully localized install without reinstalling
+all packages.
+
+@@DATAPACKAGES@@
+
+%prep
+%setup -q -n %{name}-@ARCHIVEVER@
+
+%build
+%make
+
+%install
+%make DESTDIR=%{buildroot} install
+
+%clean
+rm -rf %buildroot
+
+%files common
+%defattr(-,root,root,-)
+%{_bindir}/%{scriptname}
+
+@@FILESDATAPKGS@@
+
+%changelog
+* Sat Sep 05 2009 Gianvacca <gianvacca@unity-linux.org> 0.1.0-1unity2009
+- First build
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+#!/bin/sh
+
+# Make sure we're running as root
+[ ! "`whoami`" = "root" ] && exec gksu $0
+
+# Array of supported lang codes
+langcodelist=( \
+@@LANGCODES@@
+)
+
+# Array of descriptions
+description=( \
+@@DESCRIPTIONS@@
+)
+
+# Builds the array of lang default status
+# If locales-xx package is installed on the system,
+# it automatically selects the xx language pack
+# for installation
+c=0
+echo "Installed locales:"
+for i in `echo ${langcodelist[@]:0}`; do
+ rpm -q locales-$i
+ if [[ $? = 0 ]]
+ then onoffvalue[$c]="on"
+ else onoffvalue[$c]="off"
+ fi
+ ((c++))
+done
+echo
+
+Xdialog --separator=" " --title "CHOOSE THE LANGUAGE" \
+ --checklist "Below, there is a list of supported languages.\n\
+ Please, pick those you want to install.\n" 30 61 6 \
+ @@LANGLIST@@
+ 2> /tmp/checklist.tmp
+
+retval=$?
+
+choice=$(cat /tmp/checklist.tmp)
+rm -f /tmp/checklist.tmp.$$
+case $retval in
+ 0)
+ echo "'$choice' chosen.";;
+ 1)
+ echo "Cancel pressed.";;
+ 255)
+ echo "Box closed.";;
+esac
+
+c=0
+echo -n "To be installed: "
+for i in $choice; do
+ packagetoinstall[$c]="@PKGNAME@-$i"
+ echo -n "${packagetoinstall[$c]} "
+((c++))
+done
+echo
+echo
+
+smart update --gui
+
+smart install --yes ${packagetoinstall[@]:0} --gui
+
+for i in $choice; do
+
+cp -f /usr/share/@PKGNAME@/$i.tar.xz /usr/share/locale/$i/LC_MESSAGES/
+pushd /usr/share/locale/$i/LC_MESSAGES/ 1> /dev/null
+ tar -Jxvf $i.tar.xz
+ rm -f $i.tar.xz
+popd 1> /dev/null
+
+done
+
+smart remove --yes @PKGNAME@-common
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