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Id: 113406
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Requestors: MBETHKE [...] cpan.org
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Broken in: 2.30
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Subject: @Date::Language::German::DoWs is in an uncommon format
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The two-letter abbreviations of weekdays (So, Mo, Di, Mi, Do, Fr, Sa) are far more common in German than the three-letter ones used in Date::Language::German. Unless I have overlooked something that says they should always be three letters for easier substitutability of languages I'd vote for changing them.
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On 2016-03-28 11:16:30, mbethke wrote: Show quoted text
> The two-letter abbreviations of weekdays (So, Mo, Di, Mi, Do, Fr, Sa) > are far more common in German than the three-letter ones used in > Date::Language::German. Unless I have overlooked something that says > they should always be three letters for easier substitutability of > languages I'd vote for changing them.
It's also what OS locale implementations think it should be, at least on freebsd and linux (debian) systems: $ env LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8 perl -MPOSIX=strftime -E 'say strftime "%a", 0,0,0,28,3-1,2016-1900,1' Mon $ env LC_ALL=de_DE.UTF-8 perl -MPOSIX=strftime -E 'say strftime "%a", 0,0,0,28,3-1,2016-1900,1' Mo


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