Re: [locales] change date/time display format for german locale in lenny like it has been on etch
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> Hi list,
> I recently noticed (took a while of head-scratching like "WTF? Something is
> very weird here, but what is it?") that after the upgrade from etch to lenny,
> the default display format for date/time when doing a "ls -al" for the german
> locale unfortunately changed from
> etch: »31.12.2008 12:34« to
> lenny: »13. Dez 12:34« and (IMO abdominable...!):
> lenny: »13. Dez 2006« (for older entries)
That looks horrible, indeed.
> Is there an easy way to get back my desired format as it has been on etch,
> preferably without the need to customize a locale file?
> As a workaround, I changed LC_TIME to "en_US.UTF-8", as this provides me at
> least with an ISO-8601-conform format, but I'd prefer the numerical display
> for german like it has been on etch.
This looks promising
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