Στις 19/11/2011 06:11 μμ, ο/η Eike Rathke έγραψε:
some Slavic languages and Russian and Greek (afaik) use possessive
genitive case month names when used in conjunction with the day of
I fully agree with Eike's remarks and I can just confirm that the use of
possessive genitive is also the case with the Greek language.
For this I added support in the i18n framework and number
formatter. There's a new optional element <GenitiveMonths> within the
<Calendar> element of the i18npool/source/localedata/data/*.xml files,
following the <MonthsOfYear> element. Its content is similar to the
already existing <MonthsOfYear> element and has <DefaultAbbrvName> and
<DefaultFullName> elements. If the <GenitiveMonths> element is not
specified, the content of <MonthsOfYear> will be taken. For technical
details see also
If localizers hurry up ;-) and provide patches to their locales' data
files you can get it in before the 3.5 branch-off.
I got the message! I will try to hurry up indeed!
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