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El 21/11/11 13:40, Eike Rathke escribió:

If "d'MMMM" is only used in a form where also the day of month is
present, then yes, that should work.


Hi Eike, all

Well, let's go!. What I'm trying is

-For long dates, with the name of the day and it's number: «xueves, 25 de xineru de 2034» or «llunes, 12 d'agostu de 2115»

-For long dates, only with the day's number: «25 de xineru de 2034» or «12 d'agostu de 2115»

-For shorter dates, just month's name without «de» or «d'»: «25 xin 2034» or «12 ago 2115»

-For dates without the number, just month's name: «xineru de 2034» or «agostu de 2115»

My best guess for that is the attached file, I've included the full ast_ES.xml and not a .diff since it may be useful for catalan and galician/portuguese just by adapting months and days names to these languages. Also I've converted days, months and quarters names to lowercase following the Asturian Language Academy orthographic rules; the diff file may be longer than expected ;)

Best regards!

Xuacu Saturio

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