Nodes are clamped to the beginning of years

Bug #718191 reported by Jeff Fortin Tam on 2011-02-13
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Donjan Rodic

Bug Description

If I have a node starting at 2009-05-01 for example, the rendered output will always show the node exactly at the beginning, on the year line (as if it started on 2009-01-01).

Donjan Rodic (bryonak) wrote :

Could you please provide (parts of) the verbose input data?

The syntax in the .csv file is Y.M.D, not Y-M-D
I'm thinking about changing this for the next version.

Changed in gnuclad:
status: New → Confirmed
assignee: nobody → Donjan Rodic (bryonak)
status: Confirmed → New
Jeff Fortin Tam (kiddo) wrote :

Ah ha, then this explains some things. I used gnumeric and exported to csv, but gnumeric doesn't provide options when saving to csv, and saves the dates as yyyy/mm/dd.

Perhaps gnuclad could parse the three separator formats; the dot, the slash and the hyphen.

Donjan Rodic (bryonak) wrote :

Haven't checked with Gnumeric yet, but OO (resp. LO) has extensive csv settings.

Good idea, will implement that. Could take a bit though, the ToDo is pretty long already.

Changed in gnuclad:
importance: Undecided → Low
status: New → Triaged
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