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Re: Fix localedata/locales/sr_YU int_curr_symbol
At 09 Sep 2002 09:07:18 +0200,
Martin v. Loewis wrote:
> > E.g. using USD as Ecuador currency if they are using Sucre ATM (I
> > don't know) just because the standard has not been updated to take
> > into account that change doesn't look right to me...
> The CIA World Fact Book 2001 reports USD as the currency of Ecuador,
> with a Note:
> # on 7 January 2000, the government passed a decree "dollarizing" the
> # economy; on 13 March 2000, the National Congress approved a new
> # exchange system whereby the US dollar is adopted as the main legal
> # tender in Ecuador for all purposes; on 20 March 2000, the Central
> # Bank of Ecuador started to exchange sucres for US dollars at a fixed
> # rate of 25,000 sucres per US dollar; since 30 April 2000, all
> # transactions are denominated in US dollars
> So if you have still sucres, there are not worth anything anymore :-)
> Also, if you have sucres in your database, it is your database which
> is outdated, not the one in the standard.
So, should we change localedata/locales/es_EC as follows?
From ECS to USD. Currency_symbol remains as "$", btw.
--- localedata/locales/es_EC 2002-08-03 13:00:40.000000000 +0900
+++ localedata/locales/es_EC.new 2002-09-09 16:18:18.000000000 +0900
@@ -61,7 +61,7 @@
> Again according to the CIA World Fact Book, Sudan uses Sudanese Dinar
> I don't know what the M in YUM stands for, but it might be
> "Montenegro" - even though Montenegro also accepts the Euro as legal