[mythtv] Mythweb from cvs

Rob Hillis rob at hillis.dyndns.org
Sun Nov 28 06:09:23 UTC 2004

Torbjörn Jansson wrote:

>There seems to be something wierd with the mythweb from cvs.
>There is lots of generic_date and generic_time texts instead of the actual
>dates and times.
For some reason, the defaults have been changed in includes/init.php.  
All I did was to change them.  Look at the end of init.php and try the 
following replacement lines.

// Load/set default session data
    if (!$_SESSION['date_statusbar'])       
$_SESSION['date_statusbar']       = '%a %d, %b %Y, %I:%M %p';
    if (!$_SESSION['date_scheduled'])       
$_SESSION['date_scheduled']       = '%a %d, %b %Y (%I:%M %p)';
    if (!$_SESSION['date_scheduled_popup']) 
$_SESSION['date_scheduled_popup'] = '%a %d, %b %Y';
    if (!$_SESSION['date_recorded'])        
$_SESSION['date_recorded']        = '%a %d, %b %Y<br>(%I:%M %p)';
    if (!$_SESSION['date_search'])          
$_SESSION['date_search']          = '%a %d, %b %Y, %I:%M %p';
    if (!$_SESSION['date_listing_key'])     
$_SESSION['date_listing_key']     = '%a %d, %b %Y, %I:%M %p';
    if (!$_SESSION['date_listing_jump'])    
$_SESSION['date_listing_jump']    = '%a %d, %b %Y';
    if (!$_SESSION['date_channel_jump'])    
$_SESSION['date_channel_jump']    = '%a %d, %b %Y';
    if (!$_SESSION['time_format'])          
$_SESSION['time_format']          = '%I:%M %p';

Should look much better.  Also much more widely acceptable than using a 
dd/mm/yyyy or mm/dd/yyyy when you get people complaining that the dates 
are backwards.  (I'm not going to get into an argument over which is 
correct, though it /does/ seem more logical to use the dd/mm/yyyy format...)
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