New statistics targets

Paul W. Frields stickster at
Thu Apr 5 23:42:56 UTC 2007

I've added a couple new targets to our Makefile.common for use by
translators and repo managers:

make postat
make postat-${LANG}    (e.g.:  make postat-pa)

These targets will give you information on the current statistics for
all languages (or a specific language).  These targets rely, of course,
on the definition of ${OTHERS} in the Makefile.  If you need to force a
new ${LANG} because it's not defined in the Makefile yet, you can use
the form:

OTHERS=${MYLANG} make -e postat-${MYLANG}

e.g.:  OTHERS=xx make -e postat-xx

Output is clipped from the normal "msgfmt --stat" command to look like
one of the following, where TT is translated, FF is fuzzy, and UU is

xx: TT/
xx: TT/UU/
xx: TT/FF/UU

Paul W. Frields, RHCE                
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