Commit a1823a91 authored by Vincent Renardias's avatar Vincent Renardias

Use the std. format for country-dependant locales.

* Use the std. format for country-dependant locales.
parent d67bf3db
1998-10-02 Vincent Renardias <vincent@waw.com>
* Changed 'es@mx' into 'es_MX' for locale stuff in
configure.in, po/*, doc/translating.sgml.
1998-10-01 Adrian Likins <adrian@gimp.org>
* src/*.sgml: guess what? doc updates.. mainly
......
1998-10-02 Vincent Renardias <vincent@waw.com>
* Changed 'es@mx' into 'es_MX' for locale stuff in
configure.in, po/*, doc/translating.sgml.
1998-10-01 Adrian Likins <adrian@gimp.org>
* src/*.sgml: guess what? doc updates.. mainly
......
1998-10-02 Vincent Renardias <vincent@waw.com>
* Changed 'es@mx' into 'es_MX' for locale stuff in
configure.in, po/*, doc/translating.sgml.
1998-10-01 Adrian Likins <adrian@gimp.org>
* src/*.sgml: guess what? doc updates.. mainly
......
1998-10-02 Vincent Renardias <vincent@waw.com>
* Changed 'es@mx' into 'es_MX' for locale stuff in
configure.in, po/*, doc/translating.sgml.
1998-10-01 Adrian Likins <adrian@gimp.org>
* src/*.sgml: guess what? doc updates.. mainly
......
......@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@ AC_SUBST(CPPFLAGS)
AC_SUBST(LDFLAGS)
dnl ## internationalization support
ALL_LINGUAS="es es@mx fr ko pt it hu"
ALL_LINGUAS="es es_MX fr ko pt it hu"
AM_GNU_GETTEXT
AC_LINK_FILES($nls_cv_header_libgt, $nls_cv_header_intl)
......
......@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@
Gnumeric default is to follow the rules for the US, which are
month/day/year. Now, instead of adding those translations to the
es.po file, those strings should be added to a per-country file,
in this example the "es@mx.po" file. Currency in México uses the
in this example the "es_MX.po" file. Currency in México uses the
same symbols, so those format codes are left untouched. Decimal
point separator and thousand separators in Mexico are, again, the
same as in the US, so they are left untouched.</para>
......@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@
<para>So, basically: when doing currency/date/number format
translation, make sure no other country that uses your language
has a different set of rules (when in doubt, just dont touch the
formatting codes and add your localized version to the NN@MM.po
formatting codes and add your localized version to the nn_MM.po
file).</para>
</sect1>
......
......@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@
Gnumeric default is to follow the rules for the US, which are
month/day/year. Now, instead of adding those translations to the
es.po file, those strings should be added to a per-country file,
in this example the "es@mx.po" file. Currency in México uses the
in this example the "es_MX.po" file. Currency in México uses the
same symbols, so those format codes are left untouched. Decimal
point separator and thousand separators in Mexico are, again, the
same as in the US, so they are left untouched.</para>
......@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@
<para>So, basically: when doing currency/date/number format
translation, make sure no other country that uses your language
has a different set of rules (when in doubt, just dont touch the
formatting codes and add your localized version to the NN@MM.po
formatting codes and add your localized version to the nn_MM.po
file).</para>
</sect1>
......
#
# In Mxico, Number formats are the same as in the US, so no
# translation is required for them. But date formats are swapped:
# usually you write day/month/year, not month/day/year
#
#: src/formats.c:15
msgid "0.00"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:16
msgid "#,##0"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:17
msgid "#,##0.00"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:18
msgid "#,##0_);(#,##0)"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:19
msgid "#,##0_);[red](#,##0)"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:20
msgid "#,##0.00_);(#,##0.00)"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:21
msgid "#,##0.00_);[red](#,##0.00)"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:22
msgid "0.0"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:27
msgid "_($*#,##0_);_($*(#,##0);_($*\"-\"_);_(@_)"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:28
msgid "_(*$,$$0_);_(*(#,##0);_(*\"-\"_);_(@_)"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:29
msgid "_($*#,##0.00_);_($*(#,##0.00);_($*\"-\"??_);_(@_)"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:30
msgid "_(*#,##0.00_);_(*(#,##0.00);_(*\"-\"??_);_(@_)"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:35
msgid "m/d/yy"
msgstr "d/m/yy"
#: src/formats.c:36
msgid "m/d/yyyy"
msgstr "d/m/yyyy"
#: src/formats.c:37
msgid "d-mmm-yy"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:38
msgid "d-mmm-yyyy"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:39
msgid "d-mmm"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:40
msgid "d-mm"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:41
msgid "mmm/d"
msgstr "d/mmm"
#: src/formats.c:42
msgid "mm/d"
msgstr "d/mm"
#: src/formats.c:43
msgid "mm/dd/yy"
msgstr "dd/mm/yy"
#: src/formats.c:44
msgid "mm/dd/yyyy"
msgstr "dd/mm/yyyy"
#: src/formats.c:45
msgid "mmm/dd/yy"
msgstr "dd/mmm/yy"
#: src/formats.c:46
msgid "mmm/dd/yyyy"
msgstr "dd/mmm/yyyy"
#: src/formats.c:47
msgid "mmm/ddd/yy"
msgstr "ddd/mmm/yy"
#: src/formats.c:48
msgid "mmm/ddd/yyyy"
msgstr "ddd/mmm/yyyy"
#: src/formats.c:49
msgid "mm/ddd/yy"
msgstr "ddd/mm/yy"
#: src/formats.c:50
msgid "mm/ddd/yyyy"
msgstr "ddd/mm/yyyy"
#: src/formats.c:51
msgid "mmm-yy"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:52
msgid "mmm-yyyy"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:53 src/formats.c:63
msgid "m/d/yy h:mm"
msgstr "d/m/yy h:mm"
#: src/formats.c:54
msgid "m/d/yyyy h:mm"
msgstr "d/m/yyyy h:mm"
#: src/formats.c:59
msgid "h:mm AM/PM"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:60
msgid "h:mm:ss AM/PM"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:61
msgid "h:mm"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:62
msgid "h:mm:ss"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:64
msgid "mm:ss"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:65
msgid "mm:ss.0"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:66
msgid "[h]:mm:ss"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:71
msgid "0%"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:72
msgid "0.00%"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:77
msgid "# ?/?"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:78
msgid "# ??/??"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:83
msgid "0.00E+00"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:84
msgid "##0.0E+0"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:94
msgid "$#,##0_);($#,##0)"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:95
msgid "$#,##0_);[red]($#,##0)"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:96
msgid "$#,##0.00_);($#,##0.00)"
msgstr ""
#: src/formats.c:97
msgid "$#,##0.00_);[red]($#,##0.00)"
msgstr ""
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