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9.10 Invoking the `msgexec' Program
===================================

     msgexec [OPTION] COMMAND [COMMAND-OPTION]

   The `msgexec' program applies a command to all translations of a
translation catalog.  The COMMAND can be any program that reads a
translation from standard input.  It is invoked once for each
translation.  Its output becomes msgexec's output.  `msgexec''s return
code is the maximum return code across all invocations.

   A special builtin command called `0' outputs the translation,
followed by a null byte.  The output of `msgexec 0' is suitable as
input for `xargs -0'.

   During each COMMAND invocation, the environment variable
`MSGEXEC_MSGID' is bound to the message's msgid, and the environment
variable `MSGEXEC_LOCATION' is bound to the location in the PO file of
the message.  If the message has a context, the environment variable
`MSGEXEC_MSGCTXT' is bound to the message's msgctxt, otherwise it is
unbound.

   Note: It is your responsibility to ensure that the COMMAND can cope
with input encoded in the translation catalog's encoding.  If the
COMMAND wants input in a particular encoding, you can in a first step
convert the translation catalog to that encoding using the `msgconv'
program, before invoking `msgexec'.  If the COMMAND wants input in the
locale's encoding, but you want to avoid the locale's encoding, then
you can first convert the translation catalog to UTF-8 using the
`msgconv' program and then make `msgexec' work in an UTF-8 locale, by
using the `LC_ALL' environment variable.

9.10.1 Input file location
--------------------------

`-i INPUTFILE'
`--input=INPUTFILE'
     Input PO file.

`-D DIRECTORY'
`--directory=DIRECTORY'
     Add DIRECTORY to the list of directories.  Source files are
     searched relative to this list of directories.  The resulting `.po'
     file will be written relative to the current directory, though.


   If no INPUTFILE is given or if it is `-', standard input is read.

9.10.2 Input file syntax
------------------------

`-P'
`--properties-input'
     Assume the input file is a Java ResourceBundle in Java
     `.properties' syntax, not in PO file syntax.

`--stringtable-input'
     Assume the input file is a NeXTstep/GNUstep localized resource
     file in `.strings' syntax, not in PO file syntax.


9.10.3 Informative output
-------------------------

`-h'
`--help'
     Display this help and exit.

`-V'
`--version'
     Output version information and exit.



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