Changes between Version 154 and Version 155 of BackwardsIncompatibleChanges


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Timestamp:
02/12/2008 06:37:52 AM (7 years ago)
Author:
Johann C. Rocholl <johann@…>
Comment:

Removed "we" and some whitespace.

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    v154 v155  
    564564== Change es_AR to es-ar in LANGUAGES ==
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    566 In [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).
    567 
    568 The 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.
     566In [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).
     567
     568The only slight consequence here is that 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.
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