Provided by: intltool_0.35.0-0ubuntu1_all bug

NAME

       intltool-extract - generate header files which can be read by gettext

SYNOPSIS

       intltool-extract [options]... SOURCE_FILE

DESCRIPTION

       intltool-extract   extracts  strings  in  the  specified  XML/INI  type
       SOURCE_FILE and writes them into a C header file. Then xgettext(1)  can
       merge these strings inside header file into po template.

       intltool-extract  is  usually  not  executed  manually, but called from
       intltool-update(8) instead.

OPTIONS

       -l
       --local
           Creates a  subdirectory  under  current  working  directory  (named
           "tmp/")  and  writes  files  there.  This option can’t be used with
           --update option.

       --update
           Writes header file into the same directory the source file  is  in.
           New  file  name  is  the source file name appending ".h" extension.
           This option can’t be used with  -l/--local  option.  Besides,  this
           option  is  the  default  option if neither --local nor --update is
           specified.

       --type=TYPE
           Specify the type of source file. Currently supported types are:
           "gettext/glade" (.glade, .glade2)
           "gettext/ini" (Generic INI file)
           "gettext/keys" (.keys)
           "gettext/rfc822deb" (RFC 822 format file)
           "gettext/schemas" (.schemas)
           "gettext/scheme" (.scm)
           "gettext/xml" (Generic XML file)

       -v
       --version
           Show version information.

       -h
       --help
           Show usage and basic help information.

       -q
       --quiet
           Be quiet while running.

REPORTING BUGS

       Report bugs to http://bugzilla.gnome.org (product name  "intltool")  or
       send email to <xml-i18n-tools@gnome.org>.

AUTHOR

       Darin Adler <darin@bentspoon.com>
       Kenneth Christiansen <kenneth@gnu.org>
       Maciej Stachowiak <mjs@eazel.com>

SEE ALSO

       intltoolize(8),   intltool-prepare(8),   intltool-merge(8),   intltool-
       update(8), xgettext(1)