Sources Bugzilla – Bug 12349
Incorrect thousands separator and first weekday for eu_ES locale
Last modified: 2012-11-20 12:19:30 UTC
Created attachment 5169 [details]
Fixes for thousands separator and first weekday
First weekday and first workday is Monday in Spain (and therefore for the eu_ES
locale), but the current locale data points to Sunday, which is incorrect.
Also, the thousands separator is missing (which is a dot '.', U+002E) and
grouping has to be done with three digits.
Surprisingly this information has been fixed downstream in several
distributions, but the upstream version remains buggy.
The attached patch fixes the mentioned issues.
Where is the reference for this change?
First day of week:
Thousands separator and grouping:
(In reply to comment #2)
> First day of week:
> Thousands separator and grouping:
Official documents. standards etc. Everyone can set up a web page and publish
their own opinions.
The first weekday has been fixed now as part of bug 14199. However, we would
still need some more references (or acknowledgement by original locale author)
for the thousands separator - please see
for some specific hints about what we are looking for. Thanks!