Upgrading languages.conf to new releases

Julian Field mailscanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Sat Aug 14 16:06:59 IST 2004

It just occurred to me that upgrade_MailScanner_conf should be able to do
exactly the same job on languages.conf files.

I just tried it and it worked very nicely. Instead of the usual command,
try this on a Linux system:
   cd /etc/MailScanner/reports/en
   upgrade_MailScanner_conf languages.conf languages.conf.rpmnew >

Then take a look at languages.new and see if it has all the new strings added.

I'm sure the non-Linux users among you know enough of what you're doing to
be able to work out the corresponding commands on your own systems. Just
replace "MailScanner.conf" with "languages.conf" and make sure you are in
the right directory.

Does this work?
If so, I've just solved the problem of upgrading languages.conf files :-)
Julian Field
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