|Status:||Needs Feedback||Start date:||2012-02-22|
|Priority:||Should have||Due date:|
While translating the sysext "form" into german, I came across several labels with weired values like
- tx_form_system_validate_date.strftime.m => mm
- tx_form_system_validate_date.strftime.b => mmm
Just to name two examples.
I grep'ed the source and did not find a usage. IMO they should be cleaned up in order to make the translators life easier. ;-)
If they are not used otherwise and just can be removed, I would provide a patch.
Updated by Stefan Galinski about 1 year ago
- Status changed from New to Needs Feedback
I added Patrick as watcher. Maybe he knows the meaning of this labels.
Updated by Jigal van Hemert about 1 year ago
They are used in tx_form_System_Validate_Date::humanReadableDateFormat() to turn a strftime configuration in a more readable form.
Look in the PHP defintion of strftime ( http://php.net/strftime ) for the meaning of the labels.
%m is a two digit representation of the month - the label: 'mm'
%b is an abbreviated name of the month - the label: 'mmm'
tx_form_system_validate_date.strftime.Y - four digit year - English label: 'yyyy', German label: 'jjjj'
Is this enough information to translate the labels?