intltool 0.30 is available


A new release of the intltool package is available; this time codenamed 
"Kinst keyn Sweeds praten? Pech, der bint ook andere spraken in disse
wereld dey du leren kinst".

The intltool package is a set of tools for translating the contents of
data files using the gettext translation framework.

As always, we suggest everyone to upgrade.

Some of the changes since the last release:

 * added missing [] quotation macro name defined in AC_DEFUN() 
   (Tomasz Kloczko)
 * Handle embedded newlines thereby avoiding the silent corruption of 
   files. (Morten Welinder)
 * Now intltool-merge does not compress whitespace in attributes 
   and CDATA. (Brian Cameron)
 * Now intltool-merge supports dashes in attribute names, and  supports 
   attributes delimited by single quotes. (Brian Cameron)
 * Misc small fixes (Kenneth Chr., Danilo Segan)

You can find the source code for intltool 0.30 on GNOME FTP site:


If you have problems with intltool, please report bugs at


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