Accordingly to this file  and also because I'm Italian, I've seen
an error in the way the date is displayed in linux.
The correct formati for Italian speakers is:
day_name day_number month_name year HH:MM:SS
in the LC_TIME date_fmt things are really mixed up and should be changed to:
%a %e %b %Y, %H:%M:%S, %Z
popular Italian newspaper: http://www.corriere.it
the date is under the title "CORRIERE DELLA SERA", in the middle
Created attachment 4070 [details]
possible patch, that swaps the fields. It does not add the "," since I don't
know if it must be added or not
Is this the correct place, or should I ask in another bugzilla?
I'm sorry to ping you again, but I think this is an important and very simple
bug that can be fixed in 2 minutes, and a patch is present. It just needs your
Created attachment 4263 [details]
This is the correct format (note that : is now .)
updated patch accordingly.
"%a %e %b %Y, %H.%M.%S, %Z"
Now you just need to commit
Is this bugzilla dead??
I've added the changes.
Created attachment 4879 [details]
Just a question: what's the differnce betwen date_fmt and d_t_fmt?
What are you changing again and why with this new patch? Can you add a changelog
I'll answer tomorrow, since I have to look back at the patch because I forgot
Can you tell me the difference from date_fmt and d_t_fmt?
Frankly, I have not been able to figure what date_fmt is good for quickly - its
purpose seems to be the same as d_fmt, but I cannot find it being used anywhere
It's the default date(1) format.
So there's no reason for them to be different, right?
Created attachment 5001 [details]
This patch contains the changelog, and drops the bits for it_CH since I'm from
Italy, not from Switzerland.
reopening due to adding the changelog
Created attachment 5002 [details]
Sorry, I forgot to add a comment
different date and time formats are used depending from format :
% Appropriate date and time representation
% Appropriate date and time representation (%c) with abbreviations
% Appropriate date representation (%x)
% Appropriate time representation (%X)
Ok, so I will change date_fmt to not contain abbreviations.
What about the timezone? Should it be present for both date_fmt and d_fmt?