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Re: RFC: date parser strawman

From: SASAKI Suguru <sasaki_at_sonik.org>
Date: 2003-12-31 13:37:07 CET

On Wed, 31 Dec 2003 10:02:49 +0000, Colin Watson wrote:
> I'd been under the impression that YYYY/MM/DD was a commonly used date
> format in Japan, but I could be wrong there.

Yes, here in Japan, YYYY/MM/DD (and YY/MM/DD) is a very common date format.

I'm, as a Japanese, +1 for supporting YYYY/MM/DD.

But isn't locale-specific-ness a little problem?
If other locale-specific date formats will not be supported in 1.0,
I think, YYYY/MM/DD need not to be supported, too.
(Support in post 1.0 is appropriate.)


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