The date separator should better be "/", rather than the full-width "／" (it looks ugly).
For example, "2014/10/13" looks much better than "2014／10／13".
Created attachment 107768 [details]
This is the proposed patch.
Could someone kindly commit it, thanks.
As you may have seen, I put your patch to review:
(In reply to Julien Nabet from comment #2)
> As you may have seen, I put your patch to review:
The "Review in Progress" is still going on. Anything I can do to "speed up" this process?
Also,could you help to backport this to 4.3 branch?
I am also considering to change the following:
Should I file a new bug report, or you can help to change it together?
Kevin: I updated the patch with your last comment.
I can't speed up the review.
About 4.3, I could backport it only if it's ok for master first.
Eike: thought you might be interested in this one, if you have any advice about it...
I doubt the change to English TRUE/FALSE and quarter words. Why would Chinese speakers want that?
with an additional change to one DateAcceptancePattern to make that actually build, but without the change to English keywords. If really wanted we can commit a subsequent change.
(In reply to Eike Rathke from comment #6)
> I doubt the change to English TRUE/FALSE and quarter words. Why would
> Chinese speakers want that?
TRUE/FALSE are logic value, they should be displayed as "1/0" or "TRUE/FALSE", which is more professional. This is also consistent with many other database applications (including LibreOffice Base) and other office suites. People who uses logic values in spreadsheet all know what TRUE/FALSE means, otherwise they would not use this data type.
The previous short form of quarter strings are totally wrong.
For example, for date 2014-10-16, the format code "YYYY Q" will be displayed as "2014 1季", which is very bad Chinese wording.
The only correct *short* form should be "2014 第1季", but this is not *short* at all, and also hard to understand and not professional.
In my opinion, the best option should be Q1/Q2/Q3/Q4. This is more professional, and I am sure most people know what it means. (Those who don't know this will never use this short form, they will use "第1季度" instead).
Thanks for your commit!
Also, I will try to contact the zh_TW and zh_HK team to see whether they want to change these strings too.