<i18n dev>  RFR: 8202088: Japanese new era implementation
roger.riggs at oracle.com
Fri May 18 18:11:37 UTC 2018
Is there a reference to the official description or anticipation of the
JapaneseImperialCalendar: 134 NEWERA = 5; (The real name can also be
defined later; but still might be more unique as ERA_MAY_1_2019.)
- TCKJapaneseChronology:692: align the columns of decimal values.
- TestJapaneseChronology:61-62: space before the '}' brackets
:89: extra space before '}' // inconsistent within the file but
local consistency is good
TestUmmAlQuraChronology: there might be test dates that would not
require more changes later when the era name changes.
On 5/17/18 4:31 PM, Naoto Sato wrote:
> Please review the changes to the subject issue:
> The proposed change is located at:
> This is the implementation part of the upcoming Japanese new era,
> starting from May 1st, 2019. Current anticipation is that the new name
> won't be known till one month prior to the beginning of the era. So
> it's not possible to make changes to the JDK with the proper name.
> Instead, here we are going to implement the new era with a place
> holder name which will be immediately replaced with the proper name
> once it's known. The CSR is currently under review:
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