Localized dates in tasklist (US vs EU notation)
Right now the task list due-date formats are verbose and confusing. I'm in the USA, so I have to invert all the m/d to d/m, which is a bit confusing.
The GNU coreutils can handle dates in a variety of formats, somewhat free-form, so it seems like there should be a good Python module available to handle a wider variety of date formats. What I'd really like is to be able to use a format like "23 jan", which is unambiguous and easy to type.
BTW, could we also do away with the "d:" and just use, e.g. "[23 jan]" for the due date? When I'm inputting a lot of tasks with due dates, as I have over the past few days of entering my class schedules, all the extra "d:" adds up after a while.
|Jaap Karssenberg (jaap.karssenberg) wrote : Re: [Bug 920806] [NEW] Task list: better date formats||#1|
- Task list: better date formats
+ Localized dates in tasklist (US vs EU notation)
|tags:||added: embedded-objects localization|
|Changed in zim:|
|status:||New → Confirmed|
|importance:||Undecided → Low|