[Mythtv-translators] [mythtv] 0.25 Release Schedule -- feature freeze this Sunday
wwycheuk at gmail.com
Tue Mar 27 12:47:18 UTC 2012
So what are you going to add at first?
2012/3/27 Nicolas Riendeau <knight at teksavvy.com>
> Hi Walter!
> On 3/26/2012 10:05 PM, Walter Cheuk wrote:
>> Sorry if I didn't make my point very clear. It would be great if the
>> hour/month variables you are adding would have neither leading zero nor
>> leading space. Otherwise please just add %l (12-hour format of 'hour'
>> with leading space when there is only one digit). I will continue to use
>> %m and %d.
>> 2012/3/26 Walter Cheuk <wwycheuk at gmail.com <mailto:wwycheuk at gmail.com>>
>> The GNOME date/time variable %e (the day of the month) does not
>> exactly match the Chinese usage, where it should have neither
>> leading zero nor space. The same is also true for %l (hour). But
>> they are a bit better.
> Unfortunately according to the documentation Python's strftime doesn't
> offer that kind of flexibility.
> According to what I read it actually relies on the underlying C++ strftime
> which, on some platforms, might actually let you have better control over
> the formatting of the month and day but you can't use these in a portable
> way (ie it wouldn't work on all platform).
> Have a nice day!
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