[Mailman-Users] mailman NameError: global name '_' is not defined
Steven.Jones at vuw.ac.nz
Wed Jun 8 05:07:45 CEST 2011
thankyou for your time.
From: Mark Sapiro [mark at msapiro.net]
Sent: Wednesday, 8 June 2011 2:53 p.m.
To: Steven Jones
Cc: mailman-users at python.org
Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] mailman NameError: global name '_' is not defined
On 6/7/2011 6:35 PM, Steven Jones wrote:
> Oops sorry think i copied the wrong one!
OK. See comments inline.
> import sys
> import getpass
> import getopt
> import paths
> from Mailman import Utils
> from Mailman.i18n import C_
It appears that Red Hat has implemented a Mailman.i18n.C_ function that
is not in standard GNU Mailman and are using it here instead of the
standard Mailman.i18n._ function.
I can guess that C_ is intended to be 'command _', i.e. a replacement
for the standard i18n._() to be used in command line programs, but that
is only a guess, and I have no idea why they would do this.
> PROGRAM = sys.argv
> def usage(code, msg=''):
> if code:
> fd = sys.stderr
> fd = sys.stdout
> print >> fd, _(__doc__)
However, in changing the references from _() to C_(), the line above was
overlooked. You can fix your issue by changing the single line above from
print >> fd, _(__doc__)
print >> fd, C_(__doc__)
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