Changes between Version 148 and Version 149 of BackwardsIncompatibleChanges


Ignore:
Timestamp:
02/05/2008 07:20:23 PM (8 years ago)
Author:
mtredinnick
Comment:

Added note about s/es_AR/es-ar/ in LANGUAGES.

Legend:

Unmodified
Added
Removed
Modified
  • BackwardsIncompatibleChanges

    v148 v149  
    4949 * [6852] Dec. 2, 2007: [#ChangetoAPPEND_SLASHbehaviour Change to APPEND_SLASH behaviour]
    5050 * [6915] Dec 12, 2007 [#ModelFormsconstructornowmatchesForms ModelForm's constructor now matches Form's]
     51 * [7901] Feb 5, 2008 [#ChangeesARtoesarinLANGUAGES Change es_AR to es-ar in LANGUAGES]
    5152
    5253== Database constraint names changed ==
     
    555556form = MyForm(instance=obj)
    556557}}}
     558
     559== Change es_AR to es-ar in LANGUAGES ==
     560
     561In [7091] we fixed a bug that was inadvertently introduced recently with        regards to parsing language preferences. The LANGUAGES list in the              configuration file should use a hyphen to separate the locale main name and the variant (if any).
     562
     563The only slight consequence here is that we the Argentinean Spanish was         incorrectly specified as es_AR. If you are using Django's default language      list, there is no change required, since the central list has been updated and  specifying es-ar as the preference in your browser will still work. However, if you have created a custom LANGUAGES list in your settings file, overriding the list in global_settings, you will need to change "es_AR" to read "es-ar", otherwise your Argentinean Spanish readers will see English text, not Spanish.
Back to Top