Behold the [non-fa-IR default] PersianCalendar class

by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2007/06/27 02:31 -04:00, original URI: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/michkap/archive/2007/06/26/3559309.aspx


From the MSDN Feedback Center....

The title is simple enough: Jalaali Calendar should be default calendar for fa-IR culture.

Well, maybe.

I mean, it makes sense to me.

And the site is tracking it as a top issue, I guess since people agree with the idea, and all....

(This a calendar I have discussed before, in this post)

But there is a problem here....

The fa-IR locale exists in Windows, and the Jalaali Calendar does not, at this time.

(Once it is added and this update is made, we can look forward to this other issue coming up again, for a new culture and calendar!)

But for now, the data always starts from Windows, so until/unless the calendar is added to Windows (including a constant in winnls.h and so on!), it can't be the default in the culture....

 

This post brought to you by پ (U+067e, a.k.a. ARABIC LETTER PEH)


AbdulHyee Waqas on 3 Jul 2007 6:45 PM:

There is no letter پ in Arabic. There is پ in Urdu and Farsi languages though.

Michael S. Kaplan on 3 Jul 2007 10:20 PM:

The Unicode character name refers to the Arabic script. :-)


referenced by

2011/12/28 I won't Dari or double Dari you to knock our Persian calendar support...

2007/12/17 No good way to get one's Jalalis playing with calendars in Windows or .NET, really

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