[PATCH] [Bug 47450] adapt date format to fit Chinese (Taiwan) more

Cheng-Chia Tseng pswo10680 at gmail.com
Sun Apr 29 09:25:20 PDT 2012

Hi, I am a Chinese (Taiwan) translator.
This is my fist try to make better localization. I don't know whether
I do this in the right way or not.
If there is some things I missed, please tell me.

I edited date format file from from

There are some small problems with the date format for Chinese (Taiwan) now, so
I edit it to fit local use more.

1. Date format of Chinese (Taiwan) use four-digit YYYY instead of two-digit YY.
Most of the YY are changed to YYYY.
2. Added R.O.C.EE-MM-DD format to meet CNS standard.
3. Added "/", "-" and "." as date separaters to fit common use in Taiwan.
4. Added (NN) for short type of NNNN.

Patch is attached with the report issue.

Issue: https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=49274

by Cheng-Chia Tseng

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