Description of problem:
gnome clock applet apearing February month incorrectly with si-LK locale.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. select the Sinhala laguage as language before login
2. log-in to gnome desktop env
3. open the clock applet and seelct the month february
in /usr/share/i18n/locales/si_LK file,
under "% Full month names (%B)" second line (february)
I cannot find this information online to verify it. If you have a reference,
pass it on. Otherwise contact the author of the locale and get him or her to agree.
I've checked in the patch upstream and Danishka actually verified it already.
Needs to be backported.
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