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That's fine for gd (referring to our off list exchange), as gd does not use the MMM(M) D(D) format, only the D(D) MMM(M) format so just having the partitive forms should be ok. Unless I'm still getting the wrong end of the stick!


28/11/2011 17:36, sgrìobh Eike Rathke:
Bah, fingers crossed sense.. this is of course vice versa and should

   * if only<MonthsOfYear>  and<PartitiveMonths>  are specified but not
     <GenitiveMonths>, then for MMM(M) D(D) formats the<MonthsOfYear>
     nominative name is displayed. Only for D(D) MMM(M) formats the
     <PartitiveMonths>  name is displayed.
   * if only for MMM(M) D(D) formats the<GenitiveMonths>  are to be
     displayed but nominative names for D(D) MMM(M), then specify
     <PartitiveMonths>  identical to<MonthsOfYear>, do not omit it
     as otherwise it would inherit from<GenitiveMonths>  again.


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