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13.6.1 Avoiding version mismatch in distributed development

In a project development with multiple developers, using CVS, there should be a single developer who occasionally - when there is desire to upgrade to a new gettext version - runs gettextize and performs the changes listed in Adjusting Files, and then commits his changes to the CVS.

It is highly recommended that all developers on a project use the same version of GNU gettext in the package. In other words, if a developer runs gettextize, he should go the whole way, make the necessary remaining changes and commit his changes to the CVS. Otherwise the following damages will likely occur: