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[Bug localedata/3430] Post-SU locales should have Monday as 1st weekday

------- Additional Comments From keld at dkuug dot dk  2006-10-30 13:24 -------
Subject: Re:  Post-SU locales should have Monday as 1st weekday

On Sat, Oct 28, 2006 at 09:38:51AM -0000, nshmyrev at yandex dot ru wrote:
> ------- Additional Comments From nshmyrev at yandex dot ru  2006-10-28 09:38 -------
> Sorry, Keld, I don't quite understand your comment as I noted in the first
> comment: the first day of the week is Monday. What should be present and where?

there should be a week statement defining the lenght of the week, and
when the week starts, and when the week numbering starts. I think the
following is what you need:

week 7,19971201,4

This corresponds to week handling according to ISO 8601, and says that
the week starts on a Monday. This spec is taken from TR 14652, and I
believe it is implemented in glibc.

This statement should be present in the LC_TIME category specification.

best regards


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