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From Torokhov Sergey <torokhov_...@mail.ru>
Subject Re: Implementation of genitive case of month names (posessive context)
Date Tue, 13 Mar 2012 18:59:20 GMT
It's pity but it seems there is will not be progress this problem :(
as there is no any activity and reply on appropriate bug page from developers 
is planning some changes or not.


Is there at least anybody of Russian localisation team ?
I'm not success to find fresh mail list - the one of the old openoffice oficial 
page looks strange and seems not active for a long time and onather as
http://l10n.openoffice.org/servlets/ProjectMemberList   link
from the page http://www.openoffice.org/l10n/how-to-join.html 

returns:
"The requested URL /l10n/servlets/ProjectMemberList was not found on this 
server."



> Hi to all, 
> 
> previously I try to write to incubator.apache.org about this but encouted
> some encoding problem of theme header, and I try again
> 
> 
> So, the promlem is that ...
> 
> for a long time (about 6 years) there is a feature request conserns Date
> Format representation as current one doesn't corresponds to National
> Standarts. It is related to the abcence of possibility to use possessive
> genitive and partitive genitive case of moth's names that are accepted in
> many countries while choosing date format.
> 
> Is there any opinion about this problem ? Thre is no progress of this
> request resolving for a long time on the bugtracker.
> 
> 
> I tried to implement it (refering of LibreOffice3.5.0 resolving - see
> attached files on bugtracker) but I'm not a programmer  and I encoutered
> the problem that there is no enough of "locale.dtd" and "ru_RU.xml" file
> (for example) - there is a parsing error of new "ru_RU.xml" took place.
> 
> 
> 
> For more details see: https://issues.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=62460
> 
> Also please note that this feature was realized in the LibreOffice (3.5.0),
> see decription of resolving method:
> http://erack.org/blog/archives/2-LibreOffice-possessive-genitive-case-and-
> partitive-case-month-names.html
> 

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