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13.6.3 Invoking the `autopoint' Program
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     autopoint [OPTION]...

   The `autopoint' program copies standard gettext infrastructure files
into a source package.  It extracts from a macro call of the form
`AM_GNU_GETTEXT_VERSION(VERSION)', found in the package's
`configure.in' or `configure.ac' file, the gettext version used by the
package, and copies the infrastructure files belonging to this version
into the package.

13.6.3.1 Options
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`-f'
`--force'
     Force overwriting of files that already exist.

`-n'
`--dry-run'
     Print modifications but don't perform them.  All file copying
     actions that `autopoint' would normally execute are inhibited and
     instead only listed on standard output.


13.6.3.2 Informative output
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`--help'
     Display this help and exit.

`--version'
     Output version information and exit.


   `autopoint' supports the GNU `gettext' versions from 0.10.35 to the
current one, 0.17.  In order to apply `autopoint' to a package using a
`gettext' version newer than 0.17, you need to install this same
version of GNU `gettext' at least.

   In packages using GNU `automake', an invocation of `autopoint'
should be followed by invocations of `aclocal' and then `autoconf' and
`autoheader'.  The reason is that `autopoint' installs some autoconf
macro files, which are used by `aclocal' to create `aclocal.m4', and
the latter is used by `autoconf' to create the package's `configure'
script and by `autoheader' to create the package's `config.h.in'
include file template.

   The name `autopoint' is an abbreviation of `auto-po-intl-m4'; the
tool copies or updates mostly files in the `po', `intl', `m4'
directories.


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