Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 205569
[ta_IN] Calendar dates completely wrong
Last modified: 2013-07-02 20:40:44 EDT
Description of problem:
when you click on Date in system-tray (Gnome Deskto) in Tamil (ta_IN), then date
is shown as text, which should be only numeric.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Everytime during running system-config-time with ta_IN locale
Steps to Reproduce:
1.on gnome-terminal run following command
2. LANG=ta_IN.UTF-8 system-config-time
3. check calender dates
Text is appearing instead of Numeric
only Numeric data should be there
1) LANG=ta_IN.UTF-8 cal
output is correct
Created attachment 135737 [details]
ta_IN 's date with wrong format
So the output of "LANG=ta_IN.UTF-8 date" is also wrong?
OUTPUT is following:
[aalam@aalam timezones]$ LANG=ta_IN.UTF-8 date
செ செப 12 10:05:58 IST 2006
This is also OK
Sounds like it may be a translation issue then if it is specific to
adding Translation to CC and check with him for issue
Ah, or perhaps it is a GtkCalendar bug?
This is a translation error, which I cannot fix since I don't speak that language:
#. Translate to calendar:week_start:0 if you want Sunday to be the
#. * first day of the week to calendar:week_start:1 if you want Monday
#. * to be the first day of the week, and so on.
This clearly looks as if calendar and week_start have been translated, and
there are many more examples of this in ta.po
I'll file an upstream bug and add a bug ref here.
ifelix, can you help with this?
mclasen and jens thanks for clearing and I made the necessary modification.I
think it 'll be fixed.
Thanks, looking much better now for ta.po. We'll get those updated translations
into FC6 with the next gtk release.
Fixed in 2.10.4-2