Commit d216d89d authored by Matthias Clasen's avatar Matthias Clasen

GtkCalendar: Slightly change overflow behaviour

If the first of the month was falling on a Sunday, we would not
render any days of the previous month, and instead show two weeks
of the next month at the bottom. Improve this by showing one week
of each.

https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=301835
parent 7b9065c2
......@@ -983,27 +983,26 @@ calendar_compute_days (GtkCalendar *calendar)
first_day = day_of_week (year, month, 1);
first_day = (first_day + 7 - priv->week_start) % 7;
if (first_day == 0)
first_day = 7;
/* Compute days of previous month */
if (month > 1)
ndays_in_prev_month = month_length[leap (year)][month - 1];
else
ndays_in_prev_month = month_length[leap (year - 1)][12];
day = ndays_in_prev_month - first_day + 1;
day = ndays_in_prev_month - first_day+ 1;
row = 0;
if (first_day > 0)
for (col = 0; col < first_day; col++)
{
for (col = 0; col < first_day; col++)
{
priv->day[row][col] = day;
priv->day_month[row][col] = MONTH_PREV;
day++;
}
priv->day[0][col] = day;
priv->day_month[0][col] = MONTH_PREV;
day++;
}
/* Compute days of current month */
col = first_day;
row = first_day / 7;
col = first_day % 7;
for (day = 1; day <= ndays_in_month; day++)
{
priv->day[row][col] = day;
......
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