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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 40432] - Charset of date on error pages
Date Thu, 07 Sep 2006 12:18:11 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From egmont@uhulinux.hu  2006-09-07 12:18 -------
Well, instead of removing the date, you could perhaps format it using numbers 
only (e.g. 2006/09/07 14:15 +0200) or format in English using a built-in table 
of English month and weekday names (hence not using libc's localized names).

I know about this newlocale()/uselocale()/*_l() stuff, but that's really glibc-
specific and requires a quite recent glibc, too. So it'd really be a bad 
approach for apache. I didn't realize when submitting the bug that apache is a 
multi-thread app so using setlocale() around strftime() isn't safe.


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