Re: clock capplet and nautilus date and time formats
- From: Peter Nugent <Peter Nugent Sun COM>
- To: Artur Flinta <aflinta at kernel pl>
- Cc: Danilo Šegan <danilo gnome org>, nautilus-list gnome org, gnome-i18n gnome org
- Subject: Re: clock capplet and nautilus date and time formats
- Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2005 13:36:50 +0000
yes, this is another drawback in POSIX and many other locale systems.
FYI, there's a project called CLDR which you might have heard of which
provides both "stand-alone" and "format" alternatives.
you can view the pl and pl_Pl data at :
Artur Flinta ha scritto:
> Dnia 14-02-2005, pon o godzinie 13:27 +0100, Danilo Šegan napisał(a):
>>We might actually go another route: instead of relying on OS, develop
>>a library of supported time and date formats (or simply extend
>>g_strftime, or whatever it's called, to support special modifiers in
>>addition to %x, %X and %c).
> Well, I Agree, cause in polish language (like probably in other slavic
> languages) we got problems with months names. For example if month name
> is alone or only with year we use another form that is used in
> conjuction with day.
> So for February we should have:
> Luty 2005 and 14 Lutego 2005, but we have Luty 2005 and 14 Luty 2005,
> where last form is wrong.
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