[Mono-bugs] [Bug 75916][Nor] Changed - FullDateTimePattern does not match that of MS.NET for most cultures

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Sun Aug 28 05:37:51 EDT 2005

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Changed by kornelpal at hotmail.com.


--- shadow/75916	2005-08-28 03:45:06.000000000 -0400
+++ shadow/75916.tmp.16967	2005-08-28 05:37:51.000000000 -0400
@@ -339,6 +339,20 @@
 Expect result:
 Sunday, August 28, 2005 9:14:36 AM
 (Resetting priority to normal ;-))
+------- Additional Comments From kornelpal at hotmail.com  2005-08-28 05:37 -------
+I think unless we know that a specific pattern is bugous in .NET we 
+should copycat their patterns. This is part of .NET Framework 
+compatiblity just like public assembly metadata.
+>Moreover, the list does not show the fact. For example, we Japanese
+>never use '?' for date and time.
+That's correct. But this list was printed to console that uses ANSI 
+code page (in this case SBCS with only 256 characters; in fact less 
+because of control chars) and Windows converts unknown or 
+unrepresentable characters to '?'. If you want to get the correct 
+list simply print the same data to an UTF-8 encoded file.

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