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# This file is taken from the GNUnet project's website source code,
# originally in the public domain.
# This file is re-distributed under the terms of CC0 1.0 (Public Domain).
# You should have received a copy of CC0 1.0 along with this distribution.
# If not, see <>.
# <>
# All: build HTML pages in all languages and compile the
# TypeScript logic in web-common.
# Hardly anyone seems to read README files anymore, so keep this note here:
# Don't remove the variables for python etc. They exist
# because one system sticks with PEPs, and others opt
# for installing every version side-by-side,
# Same goes for babel.
LANGUAGES = en gd de es el fr it nl ja pt pt_BR ru zh hi ar ko nb_NO cs pl da et fi sv
all: locale/messages.pot locale template
# Consider using pax instead of cp.
cp -R dist rendered/
cp -R static rendered/
cp rendered/static/robots.txt rendered/robots.txt
cp rendered/static/robots.txt rendered/dist/robots.txt
for lang in $(LANGUAGES); do \
cp rendered/static/robots.txt rendered/$$lang/robots.txt; \
cp rendered/sitemap.xml rendered/en/sitemap.xml
#cp rss.xml rendered/rss.xml
#for lang in $(LANGUAGES); do \
#cp rss.xml rendered/$$lang/rss.xml ; \
# Extract translateable strings from jinja2 templates.
# Because of the local i18nfix extractor module we need
# to set the pythonpath before invoking pybabel.
locale/messages.pot: common/* template/*.j2
PYTHONPATH=. $(BABEL) -v extract -F locale/ -o locale/messages.pot .
# Update translation (.po) files with new strings.
locale-update: locale/messages.pot
for lang in $(LANGUAGES); do \
msgmerge -U -m --previous locale/$$lang/LC_MESSAGES/messages.po locale/messages.pot ; \
if grep -nA1 '#-#-#-#-#' locale/*/LC_MESSAGES/messages.po; then echo -e "\nERROR: Conflicts encountered in PO files.\n"; exit 1; fi
# Compile translation files for use.
for lang in $(LANGUAGES); do \
$(BABEL) -v compile -d locale -l $$lang --use-fuzzy ; \
# Process everything related to gettext translations.
locale: locale-update locale-compile
# Run the jinja2 templating engine to expand templates to HTML
# incorporating translations.
template: locale-compile
$(PYTHON) ./
it: template
current_dir = $(shell pwd)
run: all
@[ "$(BROWSER)" ] || ( echo "You need to export the environment variable 'BROWSER' to run this."; exit 1 )
cd rendered && $(PYTHON) -m http.server
# docker-all: Build using a docker image which contains all the needed packages.
docker: docker-all
docker build -t gnunet-www-builder .
# Importing via the shell like this is hacky,
# but after trying lots of other ways, this works most reliably...
$(PYTHON) -c 'import i18nfix'
docker run --rm -v $$(pwd):/tmp/ --user $$(id -u):$$(id -g) gnunet-www-builder
rm -rf __pycache__
rm -rf en/ de/ fr/ it/ es/ ru/ zh/ pt/
rm -rf rendered/
rm -rf *.pyc *~ \.*~ \#*\#