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Initial import from the monolithic Qt.

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#!/bin/sh
scriptpath=`dirname $0`
perl $scriptpath/createpackage.pl "$@"
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@echo off
set scriptpath=%~dp0
perl %scriptpath%createpackage.pl %*
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#!/bin/sh
scriptpath=`dirname $0`
perl $scriptpath/elf2e32_qtwrapper.pl "$@"
@echo off
set scriptpath=%~dp0
perl %scriptpath%elf2e32_qtwrapper.pl %*
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#!/usr/bin/perl -w
# vi:wrap:
# See Qt I18N documentation for usage information.
use POSIX qw(strftime);
$projectid='PROJECT VERSION';
$datetime = strftime "%Y-%m-%d %X %Z", localtime;
$charset='iso-8859-1';
$translator='FULLNAME <EMAIL@ADDRESS>';
$revision_date='YYYY-MM-DD';
$real_mark = "tr";
$noop_mark = "QT_TR_NOOP";
$scoped_mark = "qApp->translate";
$noop_scoped_mark = "QT_TRANSLATE_NOOP";
$header=
'# This is a Qt message file in .po format. Each msgid starts with
# a scope. This scope should *NOT* be translated - eg. translating
# from French to English, "Foo::Bar" would be translated to "Pub",
# not "Foo::Pub".
msgid ""
msgstr ""
"Project-Id-Version: '.$projectid.'\n"
"POT-Creation-Date: '.$datetime.'\n"
"PO-Revision-Date: '.$revision_date.'\n"
"Last-Translator: '.$translator.'\n"
"Content-Type: text/plain; charset='.$charset.'\n"
';
$scope = "";
if ( $#ARGV < 0 ) {
print STDERR "Usage: findtr sourcefile ... >project.po\n";
exit 1;
}
sub outmsg {
my ($file, $line, $scope, $msgid) = @_;
# unesc
$msgid =~ s/$esc:$esc:$esc/::/gs;
$msgid =~ s|$esc/$esc/$esc|//|gs;
# Remove blank lines
$msgid =~ s/\n\n+/\n/gs;
$msgid = "\"\"\n$msgid" if $msgid =~ /\n/s;
print "#: $file:$line\n";
$msgid =~ s/^"//; #"emacs bug
print "msgid \"${scope}::$msgid\n";
#print "msgstr \"$msgid\n";
print "msgstr \"\"\n";
print "\n";
}
sub justlines {
my $l = @_;
$l =~ tr|\n||dc;
return $l;
}
print $header;
foreach $file ( @ARGV ) {
next unless open( I, "< $file" );
$source = join( "", <I> );
# Find esc. Avoid bad case 1/// -> 1/1/1/1 -> ///1
$esc = 1;
while ( $source =~ m!(?:$esc/$esc/$esc)|(?:$esc///)
|(?:$esc:$esc:$esc)|(?:$esc:\:\:)! ) {
$esc++;
}
# Hide quoted :: in practically all strings
$source =~ s/\"([^"\n]*)::([^"\n]*)\"/\"$1$esc:$esc:$esc$2\"/g;
# Hide quoted // in practically all strings
$source =~ s|\"([^"\n]*)//([^"\n]*)\"|\"$1$esc/$esc/$esc$2\"|g;
# strip comments -- does not handle "/*" in strings
while( $source =~ s|/\*(.*?)\*/|justlines($1)|ges ) { }
while( $source =~ s|//(.*?)\n|\n|g ) { }
while( $source =~ /
(?:
# Some doublequotes are "escaped" to help vim syntax highlight
# $1 = scope; $2 = parameters etc.
(?:
# Scoped function name ($1 is scope).
(\w+)::(?:\w+)
\s*
# Parameters etc up to open-curly - no semicolons
\(([^();]*)\)
\s*
(?:\{|:)
)
|
# $3 - one-argument msgid
(?:\b
# One of the marks
(?:$real_mark|$noop_mark)
\s*
# The parameter
\(\s*((?:"(?:[^"]|[^\\]\\")*"\s*)+)\)
)
|
# $4,$5 - two-argument msgid
(?:\b
# One of the scoped marks
(?:$scoped_mark|$noop_scoped_mark)
\s*
# The parameters
\(
# The scope parameter
\s*"([^\"]*)"
\s*,\s*
# The msgid parameter
\s*((?:\"(?:[^"]|[^\\]\\")*"\s*)+) #"emacs
\)
)
|
# $6,$7 - scoped one-argument msgid
(?:\b
# The scope
(\w+)::
# One of the marks
(?:$real_mark)
\s*
# The parameter
\(\s*((?:"(?:[^"]|[^\\]\\")*"\s*)+)\)
)
)/gsx )
{
@lines = split /^/m, "$`";
$line = @lines;
if ( defined( $1 ) ) {
if ( $scope ne $1 ) {
$sc=$1;
$etc=$2;
# remove strings
$etc =~ s/"(?:[^"]|[^\\]\\")"//g;
# count ( and )
@open = split /\(/m, $etc;
@close = split /\)/m, $etc;
if ( $#open == $#close ) {
$scope = $sc;
}
}
next;