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icon6.gif  Re: Suggestion: i18n of date/time formats [message #1754 is a reply to message #1752] Mon, 22 April 2002 07:37 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Kerhold is currently offline  Kerhold   Poland
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Salut!

Well. I have a small question.
Is it possible to obtain names of month in other then English language?
For example in English it is Apr and in Polish it should be Kwi, like on machine on which forum is installed, when I invoke 'ls' command.

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Re: Suggestion: i18n of date/time formats [message #1756 is a reply to message #1752] Mon, 22 April 2002 11:12 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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djupsjob wrote on Mon, 22 April 2002 7:04 AM

I just noticed a minor problem with the time format. FUDforum seems to be unaware of the fact that the 24h ("military") time format is used in Finland and Sweden. This shows in, for example, the post view. The time box at the bottom of the page is correct, though.

Update: strangely enough the time format is correct in some places, but not in others. See online_today.php for an example. The second column is correct, the third isn't.


The time is "correct" in some places because the date formatting string passed to strftime() function asks for 24h format is some places and AM/PM format in others.

If anything, this could be a consistency bug, I s'pose but the different date types were entered intenionaly.


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Re: Suggestion: i18n of date/time formats [message #1917 is a reply to message #1914] Wed, 24 April 2002 16:10 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Because I'll most likely be getting rid of AM/PM entirely and changing to 24 hour format. Smile

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Re: Suggestion: i18n of date/time formats [message #1920 is a reply to message #1752] Wed, 24 April 2002 19:52 Go to previous message
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Too many files to list here are affected.

Checkout the entire tmpl/ and i18n/ directories


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