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About date display

I know this site is displayed date like "January 1 2013"(%{month} %{day}, %{year}). In Korean, date is showed like "2013년 1월 1일"(%{year}년 %{month} %{day}일). In Chinese and Japanese, date is showed like "2013年 1月 1日"(%{year}年 %{month} %{day}日). but site is use only "%{month} %{day}, %{year}".

아라다 알아 (talk)07:36, 18 January 2013

Apologies, this is (surprisingly or not) outside the scope of EOL translations. We rely on Sven Fuch's Rails I18n ( https://github.com/svenfuchs/rails-i18n ) for date translations. If the format is incorrect, it would actually need to be fixed there. :\

Sorry.

Jrice (talk)22:58, 28 January 2013

Is rails-i18n now being used? I recall that in the early days, there was a customised version in EOL...

아라, if you're interested, I could guide you to contributing to the rails i18n framework (if you don't know already or are not able to find out by yourself -- it would be a new thing for me too :P).

Siebrand23:25, 28 January 2013

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Any status update, Jeremy?

Siebrand23:06, 2 December 2013

It's still on the TODO list, sorry. We've had some ... shall we say... "team restructuring" that has made it difficult to prioritize this task. Sorry!

Jrice (talk)19:55, 21 March 2014

Seems we can use EOL:Website-date.formats.long and EOL:Website-time.formats.long to localize it now, so why not close this?

Liuxinyu970226 (talk)02:01, 12 January 2015