Summary:ASTERISK-05201: [patch] [post 1.2] Say formatted date in Russian
Reporter:Roman Avramenko (roman_)Labels:
Date Opened:2005-09-30 08:24:11Date Closed:2006-03-02 17:48:29.000-0600
Versions:Frequency of
Environment:Attachments:( 0) say.patch
Description:ast_say_date_with_format_ru added.
Comments:By: Clod Patry (junky) 2005-09-30 09:32:49

good addition, thanks.

By: Igor Goncharovsky (igorg) 2005-11-27 23:51:57.000-0600

See here:
Patch for russian formated number and enumeration is ready. Please contact me.

By: Tilghman Lesher (tilghman) 2005-12-21 12:09:15.000-0600

I'm a little concerned that a number of the fields in here do not sound natural for Russian; mind you, I don't speak Russian, so I can't be sure.  However, given that most of the code is a verbatim copy of the _en version, my concerns are:

a)  that you're using the "oh" sound.  (The English pronunciation of 7:08 is "seven oh eight".)  Does the Russian language also pronounce minutes in this way?
b)  that formats 'Q' and 'q' are verbatim copies.  Does the format specified here sound natural for a native Russian speaker?

By: Igor Goncharovsky (igorg) 2005-12-22 03:28:49.000-0600

This is not a better of two of aviable patches. Here you can saw second patch: http://bugs.digium.com/view.php?id=5933

I'll try to give answers:
a) No, we simple say "seven hours eight minutes".
b) Can you provide samples, where q and Q keys using? I haven't get diffrece between this two codes.

By: Tilghman Lesher (tilghman) 2005-12-22 07:44:44.000-0600

'Q' and 'q' are supposed to be the natural way a native speaker would say a date, but customized for recent.

The only difference between 'Q' and 'q' is that for date/time that occurs the same day, 'q' will omit saying "today".  Otherwise, 'Q' says the following:

"Today" | "Yesterday" | <day-of-week> (if less than 7 days ago)
<day-of-week> <month> <day> <year> (if 7 days or more ago)

Again, this is the natural way a native English speaker would say a date, customized for recent dates.  If the way that you say a date varies in Russian, you should customize 'q' and 'Q' to that format for ast_say_date_with_format_ru.

By: Igor Goncharovsky (igorg) 2005-12-23 03:38:43.000-0600

Ok. I'll put new patch to bugtracker next week.

By: Olle Johansson (oej) 2006-01-04 05:41:40.000-0600

Are we still waiting for an update?


By: Igor Goncharovsky (igorg) 2006-01-05 05:14:07.000-0600

I think that no, my patch (ASTERISK-5875933) now more functional. Also several peoples test it now. May be now resolve bug ASTERISK-5527 and then other bugs from 'Internationalization'.

By: Matt O'Gorman (mogorman) 2006-03-02 17:48:28.000-0600

closing for now as other bugs exist to solve this problem and no word from roman in far to long , feel free to reopen with more of a patch