[Kst] [Bug 91643] Date outputs need to use KCalendarSystem

George Staikos staikos at kde.org
Tue Mar 8 22:31:31 CET 2005

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------- Additional Comments From staikos kde org  2005-03-08 22:31 -------
On Monday 07 March 2005 17:22, Andrew Walker wrote:
> ------- I must still be missing something here. KCalendarSystem does not
> (that I can see) provide a formatted string from a QDate. What it does do
> is return such things as the month name, day of week name, etc from a
> QDate. So I don't see where KCalendarSystem would be useful in this
> scenario as I'm not interested in anything but numeric values for day,
> month, etc. Qt does exactly what I want, and KCalendarSystem adds nothing
> to it. If you disagree please give me same example code of how
> KCalendarSystem could be used in this case, else I'll withdraw this bug.

   Ok, I think there may have been month text code in there at one time.  If 
it's gone, then we probably don't need KCalendarSystem.  -However-, numeric 
formatting for dates and times still need to follow the KDE l10n settings 
since, for example, 03/03/05 means one of six different things depending on 
the location.

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