I reported this issue already at bug tracker (bug # 810047), but
after one week still no feedback, so trying to get it done via
this mailing list...
The displayed short name of a weekday is wrong with UTF-8 locales,
for example, Russian (became UTF-8 as of 1.4.2cvs). The reason is in
the following piece of code (src/left_main.php, line 863):
$clk = substr( getDayName( date( 'w', time() ) ), 0 ,3) . date( ', ' . $hr, time() );
that truncates a returned UTF-8 string at the 3rd character.
It should be corrected to:
$clk = getDayAbrv( date( 'w', time() ) ) . date( ', ' . $hr, time());
that returns correct translated value.
From: Tomas Kuliavas <tokul@us...> - 2003-09-28 06:44:02
> I reported this issue already at bug tracker (bug # 810047), but
> after one week still no feedback, so trying to get it done via
> this mailing list...
Fixed in SM-1_4-STABLE
date: 2003/09/28 06:27:21; author: tokul; state: Exp; lines: +2 -2
Fixes bug No.810047
Thanks to G.Mokhin
This code is left from the past. SquirrelMail should use getDayAbrv function
when short name of week is needed.
Maybe we should something more. I am thinking about ability to set default
clock format (12 or 24) in translation.
Will fix devel when I wake up.
Thanks for spotting that.
In my case the only affected 8bit weekday is
I guess I never looked at the clock on Saturdays.