svn commit: r193688 - head/share/timedef
obf at gmx.de
Wed Jun 10 15:56:27 UTC 2009
Edwin Groothuis schrieb:
> On Mon, Jun 08, 2009 at 12:38:56PM +0200, Alexander Leidinger wrote:
>>> [patch] [locale] German locales use old %d.%m.%y date format
>>> instead of newer ISO date
>>> From the submitter:
>>> DIN 5008 (German norm for text processing) defines the old date
>>> format (%d.%m.%Y) to be obsolete and to be used only, if unambigous.
>>> In international communications the new format (%Y-%m-%d) is now
>>> required and FreeBSD should respect this.
> What do the German doc people think about it?
I share Alexanders opinion. In daily communication the normal date
format is still %d.%m.%Y and I am sure, it will remain for nearly ever ;-)
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