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Month and week day names

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Hallo,
where are the translations for localized month and week day names?
Are those in some upstream .po file from Ubuntu?
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dave9000 wrote:
Thu May 06, 2021 4:38 am
Hallo,
where are the translations for localized month and week day names?
Are those in some upstream .po file from Ubuntu?
Regards. Davide
Partly yes, partly no. Why?
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In the Mint .po files I can only find "sunday" and "monday", but they are only used in a dialog to select the first day of the week.
I wonder where are the translations used by strftime, for example ...
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dave9000 wrote:
Thu May 06, 2021 4:57 am
In the Mint .po files I can only find "sunday" and "monday", but they are only used in a dialog to select the first day of the week.
I wonder where are the translations used by strftime, for example ...
That stuff definitely comes from as upstream as you can get. Debian, no doubt, not even Ubuntu.
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