Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 158715
Numeric Character for Punjabi Locale AM|PM
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:06 EST
Description of problem:
for Punjabi locale in Time (AM|PM) on desktop, Punjabi locale has a Numeric
character (5) instead of proper Punjabi Character.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Login into Punjabi Locale
2. check Time in panel in 12 hour format
string is like "à¨¸5à©à¨°à©"
It should be "à¨¸à¨µà©à¨°à©"
1)refer to bug 622
there is patch on 27Dec04, which was wrongly applied
2) <U035> should be replaced with <UA035>, but did with <U0035>
Created attachment 114812 [details]
screenshot for Problem
What about the last character? Shall it be <U0A2E> (ma) or <U002E> (dot)?
It should be <UA035> (va)!
<UA035> /xea/x80/xb5 YI SYLLABLE BYP
so I guess you mean
<U0A35> /xe0/xa8/xb5 GURMUKHI LETTER VA
sorry, (<U0A35> /xe0/xa8/xb5 GURMUKHI LETTER VA) is correct one!
The patch has been committed upstream:
The fixes will eventually make into FC3 and FC4 (probably FC3 sooner), but there
is no point to keep this bug open. glibc-2.3.90-2 in rawhide certainly has that