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Hi Joan,

On Sunday, 2011-11-20 11:24:19 +0100, Joan Montané wrote:

That looks like it would be possible to define genitive months as
"de març", "d'abril", "de maig", ... give it a try.

However, that might lose the ability to parse such dates as currently
the " de " is defined as LongDateDaySeparator, and the input is matched
against separators followed by month names. Might need some massaging in
parser code.

Thanks for quick reply. If we define genitive months as "de març",
"d'abril",... can we access current months?  That is, when genitive or
current months forms are used?

I'm not sure I understand what you mean by "current months", is that the
month names as currently defined by the <MonthsOfYear> element? Note
that <GenitiveMonths> is an additional element and does not replace the
<MonthsOfYear> element.

In context of the parser, the parser tries to match against both,
GenitiveMonths and MonthsOfYear elements, so if MonthsOfYear specifies
the month name without the leading "de " then things should still work
if they did before, I didn't try yet.


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